Strategies to Handle Interruptions and Distractions Like a Pro | ProductivityHackr
Interruptions are the number one enemy against personal productivity. In a society where everything is trying to grab your attention, it’s hard to stay productive. Smartphones, internet and technology have created a culture of distractions which often totally destroys our personal productivity.
Productivity 101: Eat That Frog | ProductivityHackr
“Eat a live frog first thing in the morning and nothing worse will happen to you the rest of the day.” - Mark Twain A “Frog” is that thing that ugly, disgusting, thing on your to-do list that you want to put off until later more than anything else. It’s something that needs to get done, but you have absolutely zero motivation to do it, the task you usually procrastinate.
Flowtime: When The Pomodoro Technique Doesn't Cut It | ProductivityHackr
The first problem with the Pomodoro Technique is that the timer is a tyrant. The indivisibility of a pomodoro is supposed to prevent interruptions. Instead, it often forces an exhausted me to work longer than I’m comfortable with, or it interrupts me when I’m engaged and working well.
The Pomodoro Technique: How to Master Time-Management in 25 Minutes | ProductivityHackr
The Pomodoro Technique is a productivity system created by developer and author Francesco Cirillo. He named the system after a tomato-shaped kitchen timer that he used to keep himself focused and productive at college.
The Best Apps For Automating Your Life | ProductivityHackr
The ability to automate processes marked a signifiant shift in the ability to increase manufacturing productivity and quality. Finding ways to automate tasks can also help you increase your productivity and effectiveness at work and in life.
RescueTime Review: The Ultimate Time-Management Tool | ProductivityHackr
RescueTime is simply the best time-management app we've ever tested. It helps increase your productivity by monitoring your computer use and informing you when and how you're both productive and distracted.