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013 Getting Unstuck! – ProductivityCast

By Ray Sidney-Smith Have you ever gotten stuck? Are you stuck right now? How do you get unstuck? Well, getting unstuck is tough, The post 013 Getting Unstuck! – ProductivityCast appeared first on ProductivityCast. …read more Source:: ProductivityCast.net




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The Evaluations Learners Complete in My Book/Training

If you are no stranger to my book, you probably know that I use the ETaPS method shown in the diagram below. Recently, I put together a graphic showing all the evaluations from Perfect Time-Based Productivity. Here is an example of






Posted in New Ideas / Research

Why Superpowers Are the Purpose of My Books

Ever since 2007, when I relaunched my efforts to improve time-based productivity, I have wanted to deliver more than tips, tricks, and shortcuts. Instead, I argued that people need to learn how to improve their current system. After all, without this






Posted in New Product / Service

How to Overcome a Failure to Schedule Everything

In Perfect Time-Based Productivity I described a Green Belt as someone who scheduled all their tasks. Well, now there’s an upgrade to that advice, a fact that I plan to include in a new edition available later this year. You






Posted in New Ideas / Research, New Product / Service

A school for scheduling everything

This is a bit of a heads up. 2Time Labs is launching something new – Schedule U. And yes, it’s a school to help people who want to schedule everything! At the moment, there’s not much to see, but you






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Update on Writing a New Edition

It’s time to get to work on crafting an updated version of Perfect Time-Based Productivity. Why? Here are a few reasons. Reason 1 – No longer following my own advice Shortly after my book was published in November 2014, I






Posted in Presenting the Book

Can Time Be Managed?

In my books, I have raised the following questions: Can Time Be Managed? Does Time Management Exist? Is the Phrase “Time Management” a Misnomer? These are more than esoteric issues. Each year, people invest millions of dollars, hundreds of hours






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How my book can help app designers

When I wrote my book, I had a hunch that it could prove to be useful to designers of productivity apps, devices, planners and other aids. I didn’t exactly know how, but I saw instances where a poor understanding of






Posted in Designers and Developers

The Warned and Informed Selves

Top productivity today means setting up ways to manage specific kinds of information. In the prior article on the Interrupted Self (part of The Notified Self), I described the need to set up interruptions so that you never run late






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