020 Valuing Other People’s Time – ProductivityCast

By Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto received mistakenly a letter from his local municipality, and the time-wasting process began of fixing another person’s mistakes. And,

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019 Maker, Manager and the Artist’s Productivity – ProductivityCast

By Ray Sidney-Smith

Eight years ago Paul Graham wrote an article characterizing two different types of time management, each centering on either a

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018 Think More, Do Less, Get More Done – ProductivityCast

By Ray Sidney-Smith

There was a recent study of ravens that found they can plan. They can do the simple-to-humans function of planning

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017 Overcoming Your Own Productivity System – ProductivityCast

By Ray Sidney-Smith

Ray starts out most productivity seminars with a fundamental definition of a productivity system: a dynamic set of skills, strategies

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016 The Power of Reflection – ProductivityCast

By Ray Sidney-Smith

Consider this: you couldn’t have gotten to this cast without reflection. Consciously or unconsciously, you reflected on taking that action

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015 Creating Your Ideal Workspace – ProductivityCast

By Ray Sidney-Smith

Where do you work best? And for what type of work (focused thinking work, diffuse thinking work, mundane/ministerial tasks, big

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014 Productivity and the Need for Speed – ProductivityCast

By Ray Sidney-Smith

Is doing more faster really better? When is slow good for productivity? That’s what the ProductivityCast team seeks to find

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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,

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Past Podcasts

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Clutter is a pernicious problem for many people. And, so is its cousin, digital clutter. Across your many desktop and The post 021 Digital Decluttering – ProductivityCast appeared first on ProductivityCast.
Tue, Nov 21, 2017
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Augusto received mistakenly a letter from his local municipality, and the time-wasting process began of fixing another person's mistakes. And, The post 020 Valuing Other People's Time – ProductivityCast appeared first on ProductivityCast.
Tue, Nov 14, 2017
Source: ProductivityCast.net Category: PRODUCTIVITYCAST
Eight years ago Paul Graham wrote an article characterizing two different types of time management, each centering on either a The post 019 Maker, Manager and the Artist's Productivity – ProductivityCast appeared first on ProductivityCast.
Tue, Nov 07, 2017
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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 the output which a single person can generate.

Of course, this is just the first step, and someone can’t possibly complete this chart effectively without being trained. This is the purpose of my live program, book and online training.

The method I use is simple. I teach a few distinctions surrounding 11 Fundamentals and then coach trainees how to complete the form, one step at a time.

In the new edition which I am currently writing, I also identify 2 “Executables”: Habiting and Flowing. While both were mentioned in the current edition, there were no details provided on the latter. That’s all about the change in a matter of weeks.

Now, you can get an idea of what the Flowing Executable. Check out the interactive simulation on the sales page for my MyTimeDesign online program.

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