I agree, just have a system, any system. What is your system?
Being more productive in our work and personal life is worth spending time on to improve. Who doesn’t want to get stuff done and finished? I hope this is why you are reading this now. Getting a lot of meaningless things done isn’t productive. We know this. Spending time with family and friends is productive. The next time you are writing your To Do list add more people to see, connect and bless! (added benefit: You Will Live Longer)
Reviewing the past year I wanted to highlight one application that continues to help me be productive. That application is Daylite, from Marketcircle. I have been using Daylite for over ten years and it has helped in business and general life organization. This simple Christmas story will introduce you to Daylite.
Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! The Productivity DJ wishes everyone a productive and prosperous 2015!
Don’t we have enough distractions in our life?
I know I do!
This article is particularly relevant since I just upgraded to the iPhone 6 and wanted to do things differently. Turning off notifications seemed pretty radical to me, but I am doing it. I also moved all social applications and things I check regularly to my second screen. This way the minute I turn my iPhone on, they’re not glaring at me to do something and therefore distracting.
Join me and let me know how it is going in the comments. #LTD
Definitely worth the read, Joel outlines a great reason to have zero notifications. Read the full article.
Photo credit: Christian Ostrosky
I have been a long time GTD’er (over tens years) and Josh really nails the weekly review. My weekly review could use an overhaul and I am going to pick from Josh’s lists to improve my process.