925 Shares Metrofax has put together this handy infographic entitled How to Curb Distractions and Improve Productivity. The infographic breaks down the ideals when it comes to meetings, desk organization, and digital organization.
55 Shares Lifehack Deals has a new bundle we're offering -- and we consider it to be the best Mac app bundle we've ever offered. It features 9 awesome Mac apps that will level up your Mac productivity to new heights. But that's not the main reason why we're calling this our best mac app bundle ever...
37 Shares Asana's mobile experience on the iPhone has long needed an overhaul. Today, Asana unveiled its new iPhone app, redesigned from the ground up.
As we near the end of another month, we’re going to shine a bit of a spotlight on our Lifehack Deals page. You’ve still got some time to act on these great deals we’re offering, so check out some of the highlights and save yourself some hard-earned dollars — and some time as well! Microsoft Office Bundle for Mac Wrapping your head around Microsoft Office for Mac isn’t going to get any easier than this. In this bundle, you’ll get 4 separate video courses for all your Microsoft Office 2011 needs for... More »
158 Shares Over the past week there have been a slew of articles on email, especially considering we are coming up on the 30th anniversary of email. What is often being discussed is the problems that email has created (as well as the problems email has solved), but there has been more talk about how we must work to “tame” email in order to fix the problems that it creates. But the problem isn’t email. Email doesn’t need to be tamed. The problem, quite simply, is how we treat email. Individuals and companies treat... More »
141 Shares To do lists are vital to ensuring that we have a way to keep tabs on all of the “stuff” we’ve got going on in our lives. One of the problems with to do lists is that we tend to throw a lot on them and have a difficult time breaking it down into manageable and – better still – meaningful chunks. We tend to tackle it in the order it appears or based what we do on the deadlines that have been set for each item. Not everyone is going to... More »
80 Shares I’ve written about my idea of starting the new year off in February before here at Lifehack, but I only touched on some of the more obtuse reasons why it’s an ideal time to do so. This time around, I want to focus on the more practical reasons behind why I make the second month of the year my starting point…and why you should consider it too. 1. February is closer to tax time In the United States (and in Canada, for that matter), April is the time of year where we... More »
382 Shares Over the years here at Lifehack, we’ve discussed plenty of apps that you can use to improve your overall productivity. There are certain ones that many of our contributors and editors (past and present) have adopted over the long-term — there are always the stalwarts that stick around. But there are also new apps that crop up every day, adding more and more depth to the app category. Some of the apps are incredibly plain and simple, while others are more robust and offer more features than you can shake a stick... More »
336 Shares Here’s the thing about productivity: we only have a certain amount of time on our hands, and yet we have an ever-growing number of tasks to complete. We all try at one time or another to “beat the clock” and get as much done as we can in our workday…which often stretches out said workday beyond what some would call “normal office hours”. And the circle begins anew the next day, until we run out of time again. The reason we try to manage time is because we know exactly how much... More »