If you're like me, you have scattered thoughts running through your head all day long. Use these three techniques to get thoughts out of your head and into your most visited mobile / desktop application so you can stop forgetting your to-do's and take actionable steps towards your goals.
I'm on a personal mission to create an optimal weekly schedule. One that perfectly blends a harmonious balance between productive work, exercise, hobbies, family time, and rest.
I do my most productive work in the morning. This is due in part to my love for craft coffee (or caffeine buzz, if I'm being transparent.) But I'm also leveraging another compound naturally found in green tea.
Habits are daily self-improvement exercises that have compounding interest. I believe any habit can be built by starting with a small weekly goal of 2x per week.
If nothing else was completed during the day, these 4 habits would make the day a win.
I enjoy my personal life just as much as I enjoy building my business. Early on, I found that my work was cutting into spending time with my wife, friends, and the fun outdoor activities that we get to enjoy in Colorado.I wanted to come up with a way to get the most that I could out of my work week, instead of letting a 50 or 60 hour week turn into an 80-100 hour week.
How I use Roam for daily productivity to move the needle on my most important projects and crush my to-do list.
The structure I'm following to increase my productivity amidst the uncertainty of COVID-19.
There's a ton of hype right now about Roam. Is it worth making the switch from Notion? I discuss the positives and negatives of both in this article.
I’ve tested a lot of different habits, but the following have proven to boost my productivity and overall well being. Here’s the 8 that made the cut in 2020.
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