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Making Time for Yourself in a University Life

Posted by Brock Calderon   on April 25, 2017
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University can be demanding. You probably find yourself struggling to make time for everything you need to do, which includes not only studies, but also keeping up with friends and family and taking time for yourself. Self care during school requires a bit of planning. Here are some of the ways that you can make time for yourself. Set Aside Time You should schedule time for yourself just like you schedule anything else. It couldRead More
Hello Control Your Day Crew! First off I am sorry it has been so long since I updated my blog, I have been busy with a few big projects. A number of you have asked if I am going to publish a new version of Control Your Day, I do have some great new ideas to share, I just have to get through a couple other projects and then I can work on CYD VersionRead More

Simple ways you can reduce your monthly expenses

Posted by JIm McCullen   on February 24, 2016
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This blog post is a bit out of the norm for me but I thought it would be great to share these ideas with my audience. At the beginning of each year I go through all of my monthly expenses and check to see if there is any way I can reduce the cash that is flying out of my wallet. My intention is not to reduce the quality of the services, just reduce theRead More
100 Life Hacks You Need To Read To Start Your 2016 Right http://www.huffingtonpost.com/quora/100-life-hacks-you-need-t_b_8939902.htmlRead More

Getting Things Done – A Primer

Posted by CYD   on January 10, 2016
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GTD is an organizational system. It doesn’t put rules around how you actually do your work. Instead, it focuses on how you capture the work you need to do, organize it, and choose what needs your attention. At its core, GTD stands on five “pillars,” or steps to getting and staying organized: Learn more about the basics of David Allen’s Getting Things Done from this Lifehacker artice on GTD. Jim McCullen / controlyouday.net    Read More
The new year is a great time for a fresh start. Give thought to the systems and processes you apply to get things done at work and home. Here are 5 things you should stop doing to make 2016 a more successful and productive year. Reduce the noise from incoming email Turn off the automatic send and receive feature on your email and the pop-up alerts that tell you when new email has arrived. TurnRead More

Control Your Day – Top GTD Productivity Book

Posted by CYD   on November 8, 2015
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Best selling author S.J. Scott included my book Control Your Day in his list of top GTD productivity books. Fantastic to see my name up there with some of the top books on the subject. Stop by his site to check out the complete list and to check out his content on forming great habits. He has some great free content on his site including a free audio book and ebook.Read More

Take Back Control of your Inbox

Posted by CYD   on November 8, 2015
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I wrote this as a guest post for Joy Healey over at www.joyhealey.com. Joy blogs about internet marketing, blogging, ebooks and other topics, she also posts reviews on books of interest. Take Back Control of Your Inbox What does your email inbox look like today? When I say inbox I am really talking about all of your collection buckets. A collection bucket is any place or device or software that you use to keep trackRead More

10 Tips to Manage your Time and Get Things Done

Posted by CYD   on November 8, 2015
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I came across a great post today by Martin Webster. This is a great post to print out and post on your wall right next to your monitor. I need great reminders like this to reset myself every once in a while, especially when my workload gets overloaded. http://www.leadershipthoughts.com/10-tips-for-managing-your-time-effectively-and-getting-things-done/#comment-138113Read More
Latest Gmail phishing scam. A hacker that knows your email address and cell phone # goes to Gmail and requests an SMS password reset. They then send you an email from an address that looks like it is coming from Google or a text and say your account is at risk, they just sent you a code, please reply back with that code so we can protect your account. The hacker now has the codeRead More
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