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Best Productivity System/ Advice

Started this discussion. Last reply by Benjamin Ritter Mar 12. 16 Replies

Hi guys,ill keep this short and sweet.I'm 22 and i have many ambitions however i struggle to prioritise, plan, and just generally be productive.Can any of you offer advice or recommend a book or…Continue

Gaining clarity and getting organised

Started this discussion. Last reply by Christopher LeJeune Feb 24, 2013. 2 Replies

Hi EveryoneI'm a second year university student and this semester I've been getting more commitments than I've previously had and I'm finding it difficult to get clarity on what needs doing, how to…Continue

Any straight razor users out there

Started this discussion. Last reply by Michael M. Dec 24, 2012. 4 Replies

Hi everyone,I'm looking into starting straight razor shaving and I was wondering if any of you have had a chance to use this blade…Continue

Help with my future career/ finances

Started this discussion. Last reply by Rockozt Sep 8, 2012. 20 Replies

Hello everyone,I haven't been on the forum for a few months, its good to be back.I'm going through a dilemma at the moment, Here goes:I'm 21 years old, Just completed the first year of business…Continue

 

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Benjamin Ritter replied to Anthony McKechnie's discussion Best Productivity System/ Advice
"All of the ideas are wonderful but you know you need to do something but don't...my feeling is you may not have an overall direction or goal so there isn't much to organize your life towards. I support everything everyone has said but I…"
Mar 12
Robert A. Jones replied to Anthony McKechnie's discussion Best Productivity System/ Advice
"I don't know if your a student but "how to become a straight-A student"-Cal Newport offers a great little time managemant system which equates well with anyone trying to squeze more time out of the day, in attempts to be productive.…"
Mar 5
John Muir replied to Anthony McKechnie's discussion Best Productivity System/ Advice
"Work from Z to A. "I want"
Mar 5
Anthony McKechnie replied to Anthony McKechnie's discussion Best Productivity System/ Advice
"excellent advice from everyone! Sorry for the late reply I have been on a trip to the US. Brad, I definitely like the advice about setting processes Jack Bauer - excellent set of recommended books. I'm going to order the recommended books.…"
Mar 5
Native Son replied to Anthony McKechnie's discussion Best Productivity System/ Advice
"To echo most of the other posts: DEFINE AND WORK THE PROBLEM. More detail about what it is you're trying to prioritize for productivity. Not to be a wet blanket, but you need to formally write out your ambitions, needs and desires.  ONce…"
Mar 3
John replied to Anthony McKechnie's discussion Best Productivity System/ Advice
"All of these are great ideas on this thread from all of you..will try google tasks and voice memo recorder..."
Mar 2
Jack Bauer replied to Anthony McKechnie's discussion Best Productivity System/ Advice
"What are you trying to plan for?  Finances?  Career planning?  School?  Family?  What do you mean by "productivity system"? I'm not clear on the real problem here.  There's no planning that'll…"
Mar 2
Nate Thallas replied to Anthony McKechnie's discussion Best Productivity System/ Advice
"I'm going to be the odd man out here, but I never plan anything aside from my monthly budget. Lord knows I tried; I tried hard for years to organize my life and direct where it was headed, but my brain just can't seem to accept that (it…"
Mar 2
John Muir replied to Anthony McKechnie's discussion Best Productivity System/ Advice
"A few random tips that work for me: Figure out what your most naturally productive time of day is. For a week, keep a little notepad in your pocket with the hours of the day listed on the left in a column, broken into half-hours. Fill that part…"
Mar 2
Augustin replied to Anthony McKechnie's discussion Best Productivity System/ Advice
"Wow, I'm going to try this. I know I wasn't the one who asked for the advice, but thanks for sharing it."
Mar 2
Brad Williams replied to Anthony McKechnie's discussion Best Productivity System/ Advice
"No distractions.  No PS3, no kitchen, no privacy.  Also the coffee itself kickstarts my brain and helps me focus.  I don't have an espresso machine at home."
Mar 2
Augustin replied to Anthony McKechnie's discussion Best Productivity System/ Advice
"I think I get it. Why do you go to the coffee shop? Is it because it is the environment you feel more comfortable to work in?"
Mar 2
Brad Williams replied to Anthony McKechnie's discussion Best Productivity System/ Advice
"Don't focus on goals.  Focus on a lifestyle of and the processes by which you will achieve your goals. I'm a surfer.  I don't set a goal like, "I'm going to do trick _____" by the end of the year. …"
Mar 2
Richard replied to Anthony McKechnie's discussion Best Productivity System/ Advice
"Eat That Frog! by Brian Tracy. Check it out at your local library"
Feb 7
Jay D replied to Anthony McKechnie's discussion Best Productivity System/ Advice
"What are your goals?"
Feb 7
Casey Rice replied to Anthony McKechnie's discussion Best Productivity System/ Advice
"http://www.artofmanliness.com/2012/08/05/weekly-plan/ I recommend this article. It will allow you to plan your week, prioritizing what you need to get done, and scheduling what you will do and when you will do it. It keeps you focused, and really…"
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