Author Archives: Power.ME

  The perspective of your manager can be a lot different from yours, making it hard for you to get on his or her good side. However, there are things that you can do to make life easier: – When you present your boss with a problem, also present possible solutions to the problem. Problems in […]

The last part of the GTD workflow discussion is about the last two phases of workflow: reviewing and doing. Again, this is nothing new, but the information should serve as a reminder of why Getting Things Done works for so many people. Reviewing and doing complete the reason for GTD’s success. People can fully trust […]

The GTD productivity model is a clear model that anyone can implement. It may seem intimidating to jump all the way in to this system, but once you do, you’ll have a process that you can trust, freeing up your mind to actually complete tasks instead of just worrying about them. Today, I’ll cover how […]

The Hunger Games movie comes out this weekend, and the hype is exploding. Such a popular story, the Hunger Games has also taught us some important lessons in productivity. On Teamwork Katniss plans to go it alone in the Arena, but as her relationships with both Peeta and Haymitch develop, she understands the benefits of […]

The GTD productivity model is a clear model that anyone can implement. It may seem intimidating to jump all the way in to this system, but once you do, you’ll have a process that you can trust, freeing up your mind to actually complete tasks instead of just worrying about them. In several posts, I’ll […]

The worst of the productivity killers is procrastination. Procrastination takes many forms, some of which are innocent: “Oh, I’ll have more focus to work on that in an hour.” Even with good intentions, your procrastination negatively affects your productivity. You are working around excuses instead of working through problems. It can be easy to beat, […]