Author Archives: Kristy Stewart

Last Friday Joey Faucette wrote a Halloween-themed article about office vampires and their effect on your productivity. He describes these office vampires as workers that “have a poor attitude about the [work]place … [and] drain valuable time and energy you could be using to run your business.” There are other vampires who can suck out […]

One of Power.ME’s greatest features is its adaptability. It can accommodate everything from minimalist to-do list productivity to multilevel, large-group project management and everything in between. However, some of the customizable options for larger endeavors get lost in the shuffle. So if you’re looking for a better way to manage your Power.ME collaboration, even small-scale […]

Why do you need a to-do list? This isn’t a question of how you carve through that list, how you get the tasks on the list done, or how you organize the list. Why do you have one in the first place? When you’re in the trenches, so to speak, it can be easy to […]

People who strive for productivity sometimes run into the problem of producing a whole lot of sub-par results very, very quickly. It’s a symptom of a very fine virtue becoming an ugly vice. However, because productivity is a good thing, it can be hard to determine when you’re pushing to get too much done in […]

Last time I posted tips about how to work from home successfully; this week I’ll turn to success in a more traditional workplace. The office is supposed to be a sanctuary in which you accomplish all your work. Unfortunately, sometimes workplace dynamics can make your office the last place you want to be when you […]

Working from home comes with a host of advantages. Telecommuting means you can work where you want, dressed however you like, and using whatever tools seem appropriate for you. You gain huge advances in autonomy and control over your work and your environment. The downside of being more autonomous is that many of us don’t […]