My new automated email workflow allows me to be more efficient and reduce the stress caused by the number of emails I receive every day.
All of us experience stress at some point. In this article, I share my personal action plan for overcoming stress, which includes 7 specific steps you can take to deal with overwhelm.
For a long time, I felt frustrated with my resolutions but after I realized that having a solid plan is crucial my productivity increased a lot.
Every day, we have to complete lots of tasks. And since it’s the beginning of the year, many of us have set up some goals we want to achieve.
In most cases, nobody has taught us how to stay organised and we ended up finding our own solutions.
We trust our overloaded brains will remember all the tasks and deadlines, and because our brains are busy enough being creatives, solving problems and remembering more important things, we usually forget things.
Over the years, I’ve been studying and implementing different productivity systems, including sophisticated approaches like GTD and simple ones like writing down my tasks on paper.
After a lot of trial and error, I found a very simple system that works great for me and helps me to be productive and having everything under control.
How I keep all of my studio, project, and personal files organized and backed up, which saves time and keeps the files safe.