Tag Archives: tasks

Power.ME’s new feature makes adding tasks and files a snap. You can add tasks and files to your Power.ME account by sending an email to your own Power.ME email address, which is unique to your account. You can find this email address on the Power.ME Web App in the drop down menu under your account […]

Breaks are an important element of your work day. To understand the reason why taking breaks at work is important, think about a scenario where you have to slam on your brakes in a car. This usually happens when your focus has drifted slightly from the road and from driving. Slamming on your breaks is […]

This week is probably the week with the most distractions built in: interruptions from coworkers, parties, end-of-year meetings, and your own holiday to-do list plaguing your mind every half hour. There is nothing wrong with all of these holiday events and to-dos, but it does get tough to stay focused during this time of year. […]

If you’ve read David Allen’s Getting Things Done, you’ve encountered the idea of a “next action.” If you haven’t read the book or encountered the GTD productivity system, understanding the idea isn’t difficult: a next action is the very next task you need to complete to make progress on your project. So if you’re planning […]

In the past there have been posts about culling your task list and dropping things that aren’t important that might be stealing away your attention. Both of these are great ways to make sure your to-do list is full of things worth doing. But at the end of the day, tampering with your to-dos isn’t […]

For most of us the words “important” and “urgent” sound a lot alike. They both mean something definitely needs to be done. But the two words mean different things, and they should bear different weight when you’re planning your time. According to Merriam-Webster, urgent means “calling for immediate attention.” Important, on the other hand, means […]