Karol K. (@carlosinho) is founder of newInternetOrder.com, a 20-something year old web 2.0 entrepreneur from Poland, and a writer at ThemeFuse.com. Loves to train Capoeira in the evenings, and play guitar in the morning.
353 Shares Here's a broad look at the whole market of various mobile and online apps that can help you to boost your productivity and introduce you to your more productive self.
186 Shares Aren’t we just too productivity-focused in the 21st century?
132 Shares Working with WordPress can be a lot less time consuming than it is for most people.
87 Shares Waking up one day and realizing that you don't have that much money left to use this month is surely nothing nice. I had it happen a couple of times and it wasn't pretty. So how was I able to fix it, and how you can do the same?
262 Shares The worst part about having a truly crappy schedule is that most of the time you’re not even aware that you have this problem… At least I wasn’t. Here's the big mystery of how to fix it.
188 Shares In any given week there will be at least one day when you will have to find a way to handle your work, take care of your diet, relax, and finally do your workout, all in just 24 hours… How to make it happen? Try the following approach.
206 Shares The 21st century is known for its information overload plague. Find out how to fight it by going on a low information diet and getting even more things done every day.
178 Shares Some projects can be a real pain in the you know what. Not all of them, of course. But there are some that just keep us awake at night. Solution? Most projects we decide to execute should be defined and planned according to five main steps.
263 Shares Main rules and guidelines about working with GTD are somewhat simple, you either: take care of defined tasks, take care of undefined tasks, or plan (define) your tasks. Find out what all the other guidelines are.
182 Shares Just like "the" five elements: fire, earth, metal, water, and wood; GTD has its own elements. Only there are seven instead of five. And not as epic, but anyway, you still have to master them if you want GTD to work for you.
163 Shares If you’re not using any methodology in your work then selecting your next task can be difficult. There are so many things to do, yet so little time. You can try to do the most important tasks first, but how do you decide what is truly important and what only seems like it is? This next part in our GTD series can shed a little light on this issue.
224 Shares Getting Thing Done has changed the lives of many people around the world. Maybe you’re a proud member of that group or maybe you’re not (yet). No matter what your situation is, getting to know this methodology is surely worth the time because it might be exactly what you need to improve your productivity.
266 Shares Fighting information overload starts to be a major challenge in today's internet. One possible solution would be to (in a nutshell): (1) Set your goals. (2) Decide whether you really need the information. (3) Consume only the minimal effective dose. (4) Don’t procrastinate by consuming too much information.