Ask yourself: Do you control your email, or does it control you?
If you’re like most people, you’ll have a hard time saying anything but the latter. But, creating a daily email routine will save you hours each week and improve your ability to close-out tasks.
First, you must create a structure to your daily email routine with some good habits:
We continue to ask readers to send comments and questions about planning, productivity and time management, to our time management and organization guru Jeff Doubek. Your response has been fantastic. Here is an answer to a user question that might be of interest.
Dear readers: the question I’m most often asked by readers is “what planner should I use?” While I will state that there’s no one-size-fits-all answer, here are some helpful tips…
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Ralph Waldo Emerson. Captain Cook. Ronald Reagan. Kurt Cobain. John Boy from The Walton’s. What do these people have in common? They all kept personal journals.
There are many reasons why these famous individuals kept journals, and there is equally as many reasons why you should consider keeping one, too. The benefits that journaling provides are plentiful, both on a personal level and in a business environment. For example, journaling provides you with:
All of us at Day-Timer wish you a wonderful holiday season and thank you for letting us be your trusted adviser for daily planning, time management and reaching your goals.
Please enjoy your time and make it count with your family and friends. We’ll see you later in the week as we prepare for a fantastic and successful New Year!
It’s one of the worst feelings… finding yourself stuck in a unproductive week.
In fact, it might be happening to you right now.
Turning an unproductive week around is much easier said than done, especially in the middle of a busy week.
But there are a few key ways you can get your week turned around, let me show you a few right now.