Category Archives: Productivity Tools

How Guy Kawasaki Manages His Social Media Presence

This is likely to pop-up all over the web. It is a good insight into how “one” person, Guy Kawasaki, manages a large social-media presence. How I Post—A Social-Media Core Dump By Guy Kawasaki Many people ask me how I … Continue reading

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Free Productivity Tools and Links at Daily PlanIt

A new find for the reading list and blog roll, Daily PlanIt. This blog covers areas of personal development, productivity, relationships, information management, and more. The blog’s tagline is, “Work smarter. Live better. PlanIt for success!” Among the wealth of information … Continue reading

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Evernote adds reminders

Evernote has added “reminders” to Mac, iOS and web-based versions. Hopefully. the feature will be added to the Windows version in the not too distant future. Here’s a short video tutorial.

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Social Media Use Leads to Employees Who are More Productive

Workers who tweet, chat, like, and Skype on the job are among the most productive, according to new academic research from Warwick University in the U.K. The advent of Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter and smartphones means people are connected in a … Continue reading

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5 Advantages of a To-Do List

One of the fundamental tools for time management is that list of things you need to get done. It consolidates all your tasks in one place. From there you can prioritize them and tackle the important ones first. There are … Continue reading

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The Benefits of Checklists

I’m a big fan of the checklist. When I need to remember a number of items or how to step through a process, nothing works as well as the list. Chip and Dan Heath look at the effectiveness of checklists … Continue reading

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