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Two Lists You Should Look at Every Morning

Two Lists You Should Look at Every Morning | Productivity & Creativity | Scoop.it
I was late for my meeting with the CEO of a technology company and I was emailing him from my iPhone as I walked onto the elevator in his company's office building. I stayed focused on the screen as I rode to the sixth floor.
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Yes, You Can Stay on Top of Email

Yes, You Can Stay on Top of Email | Productivity & Creativity | Scoop.it
But it is really possible to get caught up on your email and stay caught up? Yes. I’ve done so for years, even as the demands of my job have increased. I’m not bragging; it’s just a fact. But I should warn you: there is no easy fix.
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A Super-Efficient Email Process

A Super-Efficient Email Process | Productivity & Creativity | Scoop.it
"Here's my problem with email," Jane*, a lawyer friend of mine told me recently, "I open Outlook expecting to quickly check my email, but then I read an email with a link in it, I follow the link, and then I'm lost on the internet for hours." "My...
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How to Stop So You Can Start

How to Stop So You Can Start | Productivity & Creativity | Scoop.it

Sometimes, we persist with actions or activities that we would have stopped long ago, if we were to have stepped back and realised we were getting nowhere.


Being too close or too committed, leads to denial and ongoing persistence, in the face of mounting evidence that a particular course of action is not delivering the required returns.


This excellent short article, suggests that to find your best you need to let go of your mediocrity, and it suggests ways to stop what isn't working for you in order to redirect your efforts.


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