Category: “Productivity and GTD”

Students summer

5 Tips for Students to Make a Jobless Summer Productive

So the summer has rolled around and you don’t have any plans. Maybe you didn’t get the internship you wanted, or you’re looking to spend the summer having fun before you graduate and get down to work. Whatever the reason, you can still make the summer productive, and give yourself a leg up for the new semester. Here’s 5 tips that will help you get ahead.

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10 Reasons Why GTD Might Be Failing

Your life was a complete chaos and you decided to put it together once and for all. You had heard or read about GTD somewhere and that sentence, the art of stress-free productivity, sounded just like the perfect solution for your organisation problem. However, you’ve been using this methodology on a daily basis for a while now, and, even though things are certainly improving, you don’t feel as if it has made a significant change in your personal productivity.

Self talk

Talk to Yourself to Be More Productive

If you are running a 5k race trying to achieve your best time, surely in the halfway point you’ll be struck by doubt about whether you will get it or not. In full effort, with your heart beating so hard and the muscle fatigue accumulating in your legs, you will have a strong urge to slow down.


Interruptions, the Great Enemy of Personal Productivity

Interruptions are the number one public enemy in the field of personal productivity. If you don’t get things done on time and you need to work late, or even on weekends, it’s probably because there have been many interruptions at work. In other words, it’s not that you have that much to do, but that you’re not good at managing your attention.

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