Tag Archive: productivity

The Productivity Paradox

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Technology has allowed us to spend less time gathering information, and more time using it. In the information age, this is crucial. Just think how the spreadsheet replaced the calculator and paper records — then add… Continue reading

Smaller Bites = Bigger Gains

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I have written about the dangers of multitasking before — studies at MIT concluded that the human brain is only capable of focusing on one thing at a time. Yes, you can drive… Continue reading

Teamwork & Travel – Staying on Track

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Last year, between work and personal demands, I spent a lot of time out of the country. The Ornico expansion process has required my presence in some of the countries we are now… Continue reading

How to be a Success at Everything

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Is it possible to have a perfect workday? When it comes to productivity, there are some basic principles to keep in mind — whether you choose to abide by them is up to… Continue reading

Five Productivity Lies

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Fast Company’s Stephanie Vozza writes about five ‘lies’ we tell ourselves about being productive. I agree with her list, but I’d like to add one more: “I do more when I multi-task”. Latest… Continue reading