Some Great Tips

The thing about productivity tips is that many of them are interesting, but they don’t have the basic importance of the 11 Components. The Components are recognized in the 2Time Management system as “inescapable” realities of managing time demands in a busy world.

Having said that, tips are interesting insights that work for some people, but not others. There are several sites that describe some incredibly insightful tips, and these particular tips from the zenhabits author are good enough for me to want to try it.

They are quite similar in concept, describing how a professional can decide what the most important milestones are for the day, and for the week.

There are several other sites like this, dealing with small improvements in productivity that a professional can make. Many of them can be reached from the zenhabits site. It really does have excellent content, making it one of the most popular productivity sites on the net.


One Response to “Some Great Tips”

  1. Galba Bright Says:


    I just followed a link from your newsletter to your new blog. It’s very interesting. Stephen R. Covey demonstrates the Big Rocks approach in his 8th Habit DVD. It makes sense to me. Funnily enough, I’ve just finished writing a short article in EQ and Time Management. I’ll send you the link as soon as it’s published. In the meantime, you might want to have a look at this BrightIdeas presenation. 3 Powerful Productivity Tips.

    I look at time management through a brain based lens, so as I read through your blog, I’ll be interested to see points of overlap/agreement and points of diversion/disagreement. Keep up thee good work.

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