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5 Productivity-Sucking Snags to avoid at Work

5 Productivity-Sucking Snags to avoid at Work | Productivity - fighting the chaos | Scoop.it
When it comes to exceptional work performance, what's really stopping you from being great? Here are a few productivity-sucking snags to avoid.

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Ain't no such thing as The Perfect Productivity Tool...

Ain't no such thing as The Perfect Productivity Tool... | Productivity - fighting the chaos | Scoop.it

First thing is first.


I’m quite sorry for the bait-and-switch that I just led you into. This post won’t really tell you what the “perfect” productivity app, suite of tools, or new service is. There are a lot of other articles out there that try to do that though – in fact, you can do a search for many of them right here at Lifehack.

 

What we will be talking about today is the idea of creating your own “perfect” productivity system setup with the many tools that are at your disposal. We live in an age of a flurry of new todo apps, text editors, and services that are supposed to make you more productive...


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5 Ways Companies are Saving Money and Increasing Productivity ...

5 Ways Companies are Saving Money and Increasing Productivity ... | Productivity - fighting the chaos | Scoop.it
5 Ways Companies are Saving Money and Increasing Productivity with Tech image Screen Shot 2014 01 Technology is changing the way we do business. Thanks to companies demonstrating flexibility and open-mindedness ...

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It is easy to fixate on one's own personal productivity but companies that take a wider, holistic view and try to enable smarter working practices are the ones who will win out long term. Plus creating environments which encourage individual productivity thinking!

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