Let's talk about time management, or rather, attention management! Here are some tips & a framework to help you prioritize your time and be more productive.
“It's your responsibility to teach people how to treat you.” When you learn to say no more often, you teach others that you have boundaries. And the best part? They'll usually respect you for it. Erin Falconer is a digital entrepreneur and author of How to Get Sh*t Done, a book on self improvement and female empowerment.
“If you can learn, then you can do anything. And if you can do anything, you can be anything.” Today's guest is the expert on learning faster, remembering more, and being more productive. Jonathan Levi is the founder of SuperHuman Enterprises. His podcast, books, and courses teach people how to become “SuperHuman”: teaching them how to learn so that they can do anything and be their best self.
This episode's a highly-requested collaboration with YouTuber/creator Rowena Tsai! Rowena has her own channel on self care and productivity, and also Beauty Within: a beauty & lifestyle channel celebrating inner beauty and wellness.
How can you make time for everything you want to do? Sharing some time management tips & an exercise today that might help.
Get some ideas on how to organize your life with this tour of my to do list on Wunderlist! This system was inspired by the book Getting Things Done by David Allen, but I've tweaked it to my liking over the years.
Today's back to basics episode is on productivity: how to simplify and prioritize your to do list when you're feeling overwhelmed. This is how I organize my life when I have too much on my plate. I love to declutter my tasks and focus on what's most important.
This is a snapshot of my life when things are happening. It’s an exciting time but it can also be overwhelming. From handling daily video uploads for the #5DaystoMinimalism Challenge to meetings & appointments to a new training/orientation to big deadlines to prepping for a major event… This week has been a jam-packed whirlwind of movement! I’m grateful to … Read more
Have you heard of Parkinson's Law? The law states that a task will swell in importance the more time you allot to complete it, meaning that the more time you give yourself to do something, the more complex and daunting it will seem. The lesson? Set tight deadlines and time limits for tasks. I read about it in The 4 Hour Workweek, and although I'd never heard of it before, it made sense immediately: I (unintentionally) worked Parkinson's law to create and launch my first album!
The Pareto Principle – also known as the “80/20 Rule” – states that roughly 80% of the effects come from 20% of the causes. Learn how you can apply this rule to any area of your life and make it work to your advantage!