Remember that time you decided you were going to start checking your email only twice a day?
Maybe you kept it up for a week and then were back to checking your inbox in long lines at the grocery store, during your pedicure, and between commercials during Scandal.
It’s not just you. When we decide to make a change or create a habit, it’s more likely that they’ll revert back to old routines instead of making sustainable change in the long run.
So how can you create habits that permanently stick?
Try taking these three steps to start creating change that lasts.
How do you feel when you open your email inbox?
Stressed? Overwhelmed? Tired?
If you feel this way about your inbox, I’m guessing you’ve tried your best to clean it up and organize it, but you keep falling prey to the boomerang effect. It might be organized for a couple of days, and before you realize it, it’s out of control again.
So what’s going on?
How can you find the right solution for *you* and your inbox?
Try asking yourself these three questions to get to the root of the problem and get rid of your email mess forever.
Do you find yourself playing hide-and-seek with your digital documents more than you actually use them?
If that’s the case, you need a better way to organize your files!
Increase your productivity and tidy up your digital space by asking yourself these four five questions.
You’ve started your podcast, and you’re loving it, but it’s also taking up a lot of your time — time that you could be spending on other revenue-generating activities.
So how can you be more efficient when it comes to your podcast while still making sure it’s a valuable resource?
Start using a system!
So much to do, so little time. Who hasn’t experienced that?
Sure, you could continue to follow the classic time management approach of trying to squeeze your to-do list into your schedule, or you could switch gears and do what your schedule allows.
When you make the mindset shift from time management to task management, you’ll find that you could potentially fit twenty hours of work into an eight-hour work day.
How can you know if you’ve been focusing on time management instead of task management?
Here are five actions to avoid if you want to feel more productive and in control of your day.