The Pomodoro Technique breaks down your tasks into shorter, focused sessions with regular breaks. It’s one of the simplest and easiest to implement productivity hacks around.
The best way to reclaim your time is to do a full time audit. When your time audit is done you’ll be able to increase productivity and reach your goals.
Learn about a tool for self-directed work in this Complice review
Exactly how to do an annual review
How to get a handle on where you are now, so you can get where you want to go.
A detailed review of completing Asian Efficiency Rituals Course materials.
How to Read a Book by Mortimer J. Adler and Charles Van Doren is THE classic text on reading thoughtfully. Is it still worth reading, even though it was last updated in 1972?
I used up one whole SELF journal, which takes about one quarter. Here’s what I thought of the experience.
Looks like a lot of other people shared my sentiments towards Tim’ Book The 4 Hour Work Week. It hit up to number 8 on the Amazon best seller list, and is hovering steadily in that area. Apparently they actually ran out of books (which is quite a feat for the first day of sales).Ã‚Â … Read more
I recently had the privilege of previewing Tim Ferriss’ The 4-Hour Workweek, the soon-to-be monster on the best-selling lists. This book has tons of solid information on how to completely transform the way you think about work. From the top down. The 4-Hour Workweek‘s main premise is this: You can do more, by doing less.… Read more
Note: Behance is a sponsor of LifeDev. But rest assured we wouldn’t have written this if we didn’t mean every word. Every word. Behance is a productivity outfitter of sorts. As per their slogan “making ideas happen”, they’ve interestingly focused their products for creative types. This is a smart move. Creativity is a very important… Read more