Waiting is not Procrastinating
Published on June 17, 2013 by Francisco Sáez
Highly efficient people know when they have to start a task and when they have to wait.
Highly efficient people know when they have to start a task and when they have to wait. To be a great performer you need to learn to listen to that inner voice that tells you “wait”.
Productivity is about YOU
Published on June 10, 2013 by Francisco Sáez
To be really productive you have to get stop thinking about productivity.
There are people who live in an eternal pursuit of productivity. They read books and articles related to the topic to learn new methods and techniques, know concrete use cases and discover what is the latest fashion technology in this field. They research into how to get that their boss, their colleagues or their partner do not hinder their productivity. They check out every single application that promises to solve their life.
The Someday/Maybe list, under control
Published on June 06, 2013 by David Torné Llorens
Do not let your Someday/Maybe list become a bottomless pit where you leave all your creativity and pending projects.
I am afraid the Someday/Maybe list is doomed to become a bottomless pit where we accumulate our creativity and pending projects. All the stuff that we cannot process right now, are immediately set as something that we will do someday, so this list becomes a huge queue of wishes. It is for this reason that the Someday/Maybe list cannot be treated as a manageable foreground list, like Next Actions, but we should work to structure it so as not to lose confidence on it and avoid turning it into a storeroom for our activity.
No Habits, No Productivity
Published on June 03, 2013 by Francisco Sáez
The main reason why many people fail to stay well organized is that they fail to establish the necessary habits.
I am absolutely convinced that the main reason why many people are not well organized and live burdened by the pressure of their work and personal tasks, is that they fail to establish the necessary habits to have everything under control, calmly.
Falling off the wagon
Published on May 30, 2013 by Francisco Sáez
Falling off the wagon is natural, so do not get discouraged. The solution is getting back on it.
The phrase falling off the wagon is commonly used when we want to say that, despite our good intentions to acquire a certain habit, we have not been able to. We ended up leaving. We screwed up.
How to deal with interruptions in The Pomodoro Technique
Published on May 27, 2013 by Francisco Sáez
One of the objectives of the Pomodoro Technique is to cut down on interruptions. Here you'll see how.
After a brief introduction to the Pomodoro Technique and a post in which I explained this method in more detail, I find it interesting to expose what Francesco Cirillo, author of The Pomodoro Technique, proposes to manage the interruptions that may occur when you are in the middle of a pomodoro.
8 Things to Do in your Waiting Times
Published on May 20, 2013 by Francisco Sáez
Do not you get bored when you are waiting for someone? Do you mind? If you are prepared, waiting times can be very productive.
Unfortunately, we all have to waste some of our precious time waiting somewhere. At the airport, at the doctor’s office, at the bank, at the postal office, in a appointment with an unpunctual person… There is a good amount of waiting times we do not choose or plan, so that when they arrive, we just try to spend the time the best possible.
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