If you haven’t heard about Kanban before (which many of our productivity enthusiasts had not, so you’re not alone!) started The post 061 Personal Kanban: Visualizing Your Productivity System appeared first on ProductivityCast.
Are you always hearing excuses from others about why they didn’t get something done? Or, are you coming to terms The post 060 Excuses, Excuses, Excuses appeared first on ProductivityCast.
We all intuit the importance of our spaces in being and staying productive throughout the workday. Yet, companies and management The post 059 Open Office Spaces: Are They a Productivity Enabler or Disabler? – ProductivityCast appeared first on ProductivityCast.
You’ve likely experienced good and bad meetings in your work and personal lives. Meetings that seem to never end, or The post 058 Anatomy of a Successful Meeting appeared first on ProductivityCast.
What we did this week is unusual for us, but we hope this works out to be a good format The post 057 Productivity Potpourri, Premiere Edition appeared first on ProductivityCast.
Social Media is ubiquitous today. Almost every mobile or Web-based app we use has social technologies built in—like buttons and The post 056 Using Social Media Productively appeared first on ProductivityCast.
We are picking up from where we left off on the last cast in our discussion of two books, The The post 055 Chronotypes and Ideal Daily Schedules appeared first on ProductivityCast.
Every day, we wake up, we go about our day, and then we go to bed. In that span of The post 054 Chronotypes and Optimal Productivity appeared first on ProductivityCast.
Do you see the world in a half-glass-full or half-glass-empty perspective? And, pertinent to us, how does optimism versus pessimism The post 053 Optimism versus Pessimism for Productivity appeared first on ProductivityCast.
Last December, I interviewed Ray Sidney-Smith, an expert on digital storage, on the topic of defining the ideal system for someone’s needs. Prompted by a crash in early 2018, I had searched for advice but found only a hodge-podge of …