3 Surprising Don'ts For Better Productivity
When it comes to boosting productivity in your work and life, there are the usual suspects. Yes, better managing your calendar and eliminating distractions is important. And, of course, we could talk forever about the methods and systems that might help the cause. But what about the less obvious realizations? Some folks manually rewrite their to-do list every day. Others insisted on keeping an analog schedule and project list despite the digital utilities at their disposal. Many admire (and extremely effective) leaders use an analog approach to productivity as a way to stay accountable and feel connected to their decisions around how they spend their energy.