Each week I want to share different productivity tools, articles, or ideas that I find in the previous week. You can find all earlier published post about weekly productivity tools here.
Today, we are witnesses of high technological effect of our everyday life. That means that we use different technological solutions to stay on top of our to-do list. We use different technological solutions to be more productive, to remember everything, to learn more and more…
I want to learn, to try different things, to test different options to become more productive person.
This series of posts on My Productivity Tools is the place where I share different resources that I find and think will be useful in increasing my own and your productivity. I encourage you to check the links also try tools to see how they can affect on your personal and professional life.
Excellent productivity stuff that I chose for this week:
- Rescue Time. Rescue Time is the tool that measure everything that I do on my computer and categorze the work as productive and unproductive work. The tool can be customized according to my own selection of productive and unproductive work. I can easily see where I spend my unproductive time and think about the strategy to decrease it or eliminate it. All in all this is the excellent tool.
- Marc Andreessen’s Productivity Trick to Managing Your Own Psychology. This article talk about Anti-todo lists which you can use every time you do something useful during the day. You simple write it down in your Anti-Todo List all your accomplishments
- How to Get Away From Your Tight Schedule (And Still Get Things Done). Excellent article explaining our true about very tight schedules that we make to ourselves. Such schedules, instead to be tool to improve our productivity becomes the tool that increase our stress level. Here, you can find a useful blueprint for creating solid scheduling practice.
If you missed something, here are the posts titles from this week at My Productivity Tools: