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BOSS Personal Planner Apr 23
Some Anyone have others they like to use?
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Mark Struczewski Apr 22
How to control email: intentionally schedule time on your calendar for checking email and only check it during this time. Unless your job is to be in email all day, every day (which I doubt), compartmentalize when you will be in it.
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Shared Hands Apr 24
18+ Free Tools to get things done. 5+ Free Mindfulness Tools to be in best mental health. and have listed 23 completely FREE productivity resources. Save this free resource -
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Mark Struczewski Apr 23
How to control email: be careful who you give your contact information (business card) to. Just because you're connected with someone on LinkedIn does not give you permission to add them to your newsletter.
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Mark Struczewski Apr 22
How to control email: proactively unsubscribe from newsletters/emails you donโ€™t read or get value. Note: archiving/deleting emails and/or getting a new email address is only a temporary fix.
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Stephen S. Musoke - Homo sapiens #aedifex #Xennial Apr 23
Replying to @NiggerByte
Oh wow!!! looks really lovely - downloading and trying it out now ...
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Mark Struczewski Apr 22
How to control email: disable notifications. If you need to be alerted for email messages from certain people, see if your email client has a VIP feature and if you can enable notifications for these recipients only.
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Shayne Lucena Apr 23
#1 is always my go-to strategy! What are some of your favorite ?
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Rose Azuike 13m
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Mark Struczewski Apr 20
Productivity tip: social media got you under itโ€™s control? Try this: 1) move offending apps off your home screen, 2) disable all notifications and/or 3) delete the apps from your devices (access platforms via a browser instead).
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Productive Blogging Apr 23
1. Only have open the tabs you are using RIGHT NOW 2. Number your to do list 3. Focus on one task at a time 4. Turn off all notifications 5. Only check email/social media once or twice a day 6. Plan every day the night before
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Mark Struczewski Apr 23
2 more ways to break through mindset distractions: 1) failing to know your limits and 2) trying to do it "all".
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indrajit ghosh Apr 16
AI at it's best. Ever we knew that our good old friend is capable to translate inside a workbook? Thank you @JackMillerTech for sharing this.
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... - The first time, I was successfully able to eat a live frog first thing in the morning, and it felt awesome again as I knew, the nothing worse can happen. All good, but I was still a night owl and this time from the east coast too.
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Productive Blogging Apr 18
What do you need to STOP doing? We write loads of nonsense on our to do lists, don't we? I know I am guilty of writing way too many things on mine!! But, if it's not taking you one step closer to achieving your goals, then maybe it's time to stop doing it!
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Tracy Clancy 21h
How to increase without giving up your free time
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Mark Struczewski Apr 19
Changing your email address when your inbox is out of control is NOT a good solution. Neither is just archiving and deleting email. Be the boss. Unsubscribe from unwanted emails.
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Mark Struczewski Apr 19
The first step to being a more productive version of yourself is to DECIDE. Do you REALLY want to be more productive? If yes, then COMMIT to learning how to be more productive. Finally, START learning.
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Mark Struczewski Apr 19
Itโ€™s important to have a MORNING routine and a BEDTIME routine to set yourself up for productivity success. When youโ€™re consistent, you will be fresh when you wake up and wonโ€™t need an alarm clock.
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