Work Simply written by John Jantsch read more at Small Business Marketing Blog from Duct Tape Marketing Marketing Podcast with Carson Tate Routine, process, to-do and task lists – that’s how we get stuff done right? Turns out the most productive individuals all have one thing in common and that’s a system. Show More Summary
We’ve all been there. The half-written to-do list stretching the length of your arm. The incessant notifications calling for our attention. The feeling of drowning in a list of never ending tasks — from a computer waiting to be configured, to an unplayed game, to a terrifyingly busy inbox. Show More Summary
Purchasing a home is a major milestone that tops many people's lifetime to-do lists—and maybe their list of financial fears too. But it certainly doesn't have to be a scary or stressful experience. With time, care, and research, you can take control of the home-buying process. Read more...
It's not uncommon for our to-do lists to get cluttered with things that other people need from us. It's easy to forget to take care of ourselves first. This tip is simple: Make sure your to-dos include things that are good for and focused on you—then make sure you check them off. Read more...
Do you feel like your to-do list is never-ending? We know the feeling. Thankfully, DailyWorth has compiled a list of some of the best apps to help streamline your life and tackle your to-do list in a much more organized and timely manner. Quick poll: Raise your hand if you're always looking for extra hours in a day. Show More Summary
When it comes to keeping track of all your text and to-do lists, there's no shortage of apps to choose from, but sometimes the ease and simplicity of working with plain text files can actually be more productive. Here are ten clever plain text files that you might want to keep on hand. Read more...
Post-its. Whiteboards. Hand-written to-do lists. Keeping projects organized, whether at home or in the office, used to require a whole lot of ink. In today's world of digital, however, staying on top of your work is more "swipe" andShow More Summary
Every MLB team has its own to-do list each offseason, but for a handful of clubs, filling one specific area of need could be the difference between contending and watching from home come October. For teams on the rise or already on the...Show More Summary
When you're in time poverty, you're always rushing. You charge through your day, darting from task to task, and you never get anything done. Your to-do list is anxiety inducing because it is constantly growing, and you're always stressed...Show More Summary
Don't use a busy schedule as an excuse to let your healthy-living goals disappear. These workouts are perfect for busy holiday days, no matter what's on your to-do list. Whether you have two, five, 10, or 20 minutes, choose a quick workout...Show More Summary
Things, our favorite to-do list app has been chosen by Apple as their Free App of the Week. You can grab a seriously awesome pair of apps for free. Things for iPhone ($9.99) is normally sold separately from Things for iPad ($19.99). The bundle is free representing a savings of $30. Show More Summary
For many of us, the holiday season is the busiest time of the year. From decorating, to shopping, to visiting friends and family, our “to-do” lists runneth over. It is also the time of year we feel most altruistic and motivated to give back. Show More Summary
Whoa, how did I miss this? Steve Carell, check. Channing Tatum, check. Mark Ruffalo, check. Based on a true story, check. Positive reviews, check. Currently on the to-do list: watch every single movie produced by Annapurna Pictures, a production and distribution company founded by Megan Ellison, who is Oracle founder Larry Ellison's daughter. Show More Summary
We asked the experts: How can we make our to-do lists better? Can we get things done faster? Is is possible to make a to-do list fun? It's the oldest, simplest, yet probably still the most effective method for making sure you get everything done: the humble to-do list. Show More Summary
Menus. Stocking stuffers. Festive décor. Travel plans. The to-do lists you're already scribbling for the upcoming holiday season likely feel endless -- not to mention packed with pricey items to purchase. Fortunately, you don't haveShow More Summary
No matter how good you get at prioritizing and juggling your to-do lists, there are still times when you’d like to make your most tedious business tasks disappear. You know the ones: data collection, data entry, appointment scheduling, managing your inbox and so on. Show More Summary
Google today detailed a recent update to the Google Keep application, which is used for saving notes, web pages, and other snippets of information. The newest version of Keep makes to-do lists and other items shareable, which lets people work on them together. Show More Summary
Angel investor Rick Gibson explains how he effectively prioritizes his most important tasks.
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You’re an organised person. You add upcoming events to your calendar, you plan your career in Trello, and you have a decent labeling system in Gmail to ensure you always respond to things. And yet, when you check your to-do list, there are certain tasks from these other places that haven’t yet made it to the list. Show More Summary