The Secret of Productivity: How to Master Your Time

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From http://www.waspbarcode.com 1314 days ago
Made Hot by: sannwood on October 19, 2012 5:15 pm
Experienced business consultant and Kelley School of Business professor, Mark S. Long, outlines "The Secret of Productivity: How to Master Your Time."

In four detailed steps, Long gives time management advice to benefit small business owners, executives, and employees.There are 168 hours in the week. Make the most of them!



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Written by lyceum
1312 days ago

Mark Long: You have written a hard hitting post. It is time to get things done! ;) That is why I am developing my own personal productivity method called F.I.X IT! (form - information - eXecute - information technology!).

On point 1: I have studied Dr. Edwin A. Locke's goal-setting theory and have set up goals that are for my life.

On point 2: Have you used Eisenhower's matrix in order to execute goals?

On point 3: I am struggling with constant interruptions and I have to become better at saying NO! ;)

On point 4: Thanks for the "Swiss cheese" technique. I know that I have problem with procrastination now and then and the "slight edge" approach could help me to master my time in the long run.

I will print out your post and put it on my bulletin board as a daily reminder! :)



Written by BizRock
1313 days ago

Awesome tips how to boost your productivity! Its not important how much someone work, only productivity is important and only must be!

Thank you for sharing!



Written by tcamba
1314 days ago

This post is like a slap on my face. I have been saying to myself that there isn't enough time to do the things to do but in reality, there is. I'm just wasting most of my time not doing the things that I want to do.



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