Productivity

70% of a busy executive’s time is wasted

I’m fanatical about productivity. I hate wasting time and time-wasting activities. I’m pretty ruthless when it comes to not wasting time on activities that are meant to make us look busy versus actually producing (I like to “leave” work on time…and no, that is not a sign of laziness but efficency). Here’s just some of …

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Save your sanity working from home with this…

I’ve mostly worked remotely for over fifteen years now, add to that I’m an Introvert (on the extreme side of the spectrum) – my wife laughs at me saying I’ve trained my entire life for this global pandemic. But I know many people who are experiencing this for the first time for such a long …

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The positive effects of a 4-day work week

With the advanced of artificial intelligence and automation, we as humans should be taking advantage of the efficiencies AI and robotics give us. And it looks like there are positive effects when we reduce our work week to four days. [Have a look here]

Do you hate meetings?

The biggest time killer and waster is meetings. Specifically unfocused meetings. It’s the one bain of time management. It’s also the one thing I rarely grant and waste time on unless: There’s a specific need There’s a specific structure and topic It’s pre-scheduled Otherwise, I don’t do meetings. The Economics talks more about the dreaded …

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Being productive whether you’re an Introvert or Extrovert

I’m a huge proponent of working to your natural preferences (I’m a natural Introvert). Despite the fact the world is majority catered to Extroverted people, the increasing awareness of how both types work differently is really nice to see. Here’s a nice article on how both types can create a more productive environment whicever type …

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