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3 Free Random Productivity Tools & Resources

10 February 2011 One Comment

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1 | Teux Deux

The first is TeuxDeux, an online to-do list manager that works wonders (I love it for it’s simplicity). Check out this video tutorial for a preview of how it works:

Click here to try for yourself…

2 | “On Self-Discipline”

The second is a blogging series by Steve Pavlina called “On Self-Discipline”

I love bloggingDon’t compare yourself to other people…it won’t help. You’ll only find what you expect to find: if you think you’re weak, everyone else seems stronger, and if you think you’re strong, everyone else seems weaker. There’s no point in doing this – simply look at where you are now and aim to get better as you go forward.

Suppose you want to start doing 8 solid hours of work each day (since you know it will make a real difference in your career)…I just heard of a study saying the average office worker spends 37% of their time in idle socializing…” Click here to continue >>

3| “GTD” & Two Keys for a Healthy Life & Workstyle

And lastly, a video from productivity expert David Allen (of GTD fame). Enjoy…

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The presentation is really good: you’ll catch him talking about “Distributed Cognition,” keeping control by keeping things in perspective and even making some analogies between personal productivity and the Martial Arts….


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One Comment »

  • Sepia Prince said:

    Steve Pavlina’s body of work is superb, and the Teux Deux just got a new user in me. I haven’t watched the video, but it’s on my ‘teux deux’ list to watch.

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