Category: “Productivity and GTD”

Multitasking

Why Multitasking Does Not Work

Multitasking is a myth, at least in human beings. It turns out that this ability to carry out various things at the same time that some gladiators of modern life seem to have doesn’t exist as such.

Working alone

Working Alone to Be More Productive?

Many companies design open work spaces so that all employees are in constant communication, since they believe that higher collaboration will allow them to be more productive. Group brainstorming dynamics are used again and again as a mechanism to get more and better ideas about any subject. In our society, and especially in the business world, while cooperative group work is very much appreciated, individual work is undervalued.

Getting rid of the unnecessary

Capture Everything. Then Get Rid of the Unnecessary

If you follow the GTD philosophy in your personal organization you already know that one of its most important principles is to capture quickly and without thinking every thing what comes to your mind, so that you can continue with what you were doing without distractions.

Get more done

6 Productivity Tips to Help You Get More Done

If you sometimes lie awake at night worrying about how you’re going to get all your work done, you’re not the only one. According to research from the Anxiety and Depression Association of America (ADAA), 40% of American employees experience excessive anxiety in their working lives. In a tough economic environment, professionals have to work harder to stay ahead of the competition, meaning they take on more projects with tighter deadlines and don’t defer tasks when required. No wonder national stress levels are sky high!

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