Tom Mighell and I wrote a 3-part article on personal productivy tips based on a podcast episode we did last fall. It’s been published on the American Bar Association’s “Law Technology Today.”
The end of the year can seem like the “Time of the Overwhelm.”
It’s called “12 Personal Productivity Tips for Your Year-End Push” and can be found at:
- Part 1 – Waiting, Frog Eating, Kanban Boards, and Routines
- Part 2 – Triage, Prioritizing, Chunking, and Time Blocking
- Part 3 – Personal Quarterly Offsites, Weekly Reviews, Out of Your Head, and Managing Meetings
As we say in the conclusion to the article:
These 12 powerful personal productivity tips can help guide you through what we sometimes call the “Time of Overwhelm” and keep you out of the pit of personal productivity despair. Using some or all of the 12 tips in this three-part series puts you on a good path and allows you to do what you do best in an easier, more manageable, and more satisfying way. Try them out and let us know what works best for you.
[Originally posted on DennisKennedy.Blog (https://www.denniskennedy.com/blog/)]
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