Thought I would share a few tips with everyone that might help you to wrap up your digital world for 2018 and get prepared for 2019.
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 Version 2.0. Please drop me a line with any ideas or suggestions you have, if I include them in the next version I will be sure to give you credit and send you a free copy of the book.
I came across a great productivity questionnaire that you should definitely complete. Once done, the site will provide an analysis of your time management skills. You answer a series of questions, it only takes a few minutes, and they give you a page of feedback with your results and suggestions on how to improve.
I thought they nailed it with the following line about me.
Your answers indicate a highly significant pattern of good time management, with a little easily distracted, behavior.
Give it a shot.
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 the costs. The link to the Samsung product is an affiliate link, the other links are just direct to the site.
Finally I am not an expert in any of these areas, I have no official training or certifications, I am just sharing with you my experiences. Please obtain professional advise if needed before making any decisions or changes. If you have suggestions to add, please comment on the post and feel free to share it with others on your social networks.
100 Life Hacks You Need To Read To Start Your 2016 Right
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.
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