Handling Workplace Stress

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. This is a guest post from Mans Denton who is a blogger at The Hacked Mind. He is also the co-founder of Pure Nootropics, which provides cognitive enhancement and smart [&hellip

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Merry Christmas

Your ads will be inserted here byEasy Plugin for AdSense.Please go to the plugin admin page toPaste your ad code OR Suppress this ad slot. Wow, its been a little while since I last posted here on Babbling Engineer.  For that, I really must apologise!  The reason for my silence has been down to a [&hellip

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Get to Inbox Zero with Boomerang

Just a quick post from me today, but I wanted to tell you about a really great tool I’ve found to keep your GMail account under control. Its called Boomerang. I’d heard about Boomerang before, but up until now had dismissed it as something that I didn’t need. However, now I’ve had a deeper look [&hellip

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The Myth About Batch Processing

There are plenty of articles out there on how batch processing can increase your productivity 10 fold.  Darren Rowse over at ProBlogger has covered it, Michael Hyatt has covered it.  Everybody tells you how batch processing is THE way to handle your tasks.  This isn’t always the case though. Krispy Kreme Portsmouth by Julia Manzerova [&hellip

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How to Improve Your Active Listening

The majority of people would much rather be talking than listening. Unfortunately, many often exercise this preference. However, being a good listener can improve your life in a number of ways. In order to improve your listening, then read on – and stop talking at the back! A study by Paul Rankin way back in [&hellip

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Rebooting My Personal Productivity System

I’ve done a lot of thinking lately about what works for keeping me productive in the workplace.  All seems to be working quite well.  I started capturing all my notes and actions in one place, At the end of each day I process that days notes and the first thing in the morning I decide [&hellip

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The Perfect To Do List Item

I’ve been struggling recently with my to do list.  I’ve tried GTD, and recently I discovered Leo Babauta’s essays on a modified approach to GTD. I much prefer this more laid back, simplistic approach to task list management. However, I’ve been struggling to knock items off my to do list. by Emily Raw One of [&hellip

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Moving Over Feeds

We will be moving over our feed provider over the next 24 hours.  Hopefully there will be no disruption to the service, however, if you don’t receive your regular Wednesday post (on Wednesday funnily enough!) then you may need to resubscribe.  If that does happen, then my sincere apologies. Hopefully, I will see you all [&hellip

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Handling My Actions At Work

I’ve been building up my productivity system for a couple of weeks now. Following a read of Leo Babauta’s Zen to Done, I decided that this could form a good foundation for my to-do system. Check out this post for details of what I planned to do. If you couldn’t be bothered going back to [&hellip

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How to Build a Habit That You’ll Stick To

I’ve been discussing habits a lot recently. It’s become incredibly apparent to me that it is habits that have been the reason that my previous attempts at improving my personal productivity have floundered. I need to build some good habits, but what are the best ways to do that? I’ve dug into a lot of [&hellip

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