Over the last 5 years, we’ve watched as the world has become increasingly uncertain. We’ve witnessed controversial elections, a global pandemic, lockdowns, mandates, inflation and now war. Every time I think the world is starting to get back to normal, the rug gets pulled and things get a little crazier. Personally, I think things will continue to get worse before they get better.
Every decision you make comes with a cost. And I don’t just mean a financial cost. I’m talking about costs in the form of time, health, stress, energy and relationships. In other words, every decision you make comes with trade-offs. Our goal should be to make decisions that maximise return for as little cost as possible (whatever the costs may be).
We’ve all experienced the frustration of receiving an email that’s been sent in a rush that isn’t clear. Because the sender didn’t take time to proof their email or read it back, now you need to reply and clarify their intent. This slows everyone down and what’s most annoying is it’s easily avoidable.
The ‘Timeline' view in your Asana projects gives you a very visual way of seeing your upcoming work. But the timeline only shows the timeline for that one project. Wouldn't it be great if you could create a timeline with tasks from more than one project so you can see more of your upcoming work? Well, good news! I've just recorded a new video showing you how to do just that!
Time is the most important asset we have. It’s the asset we all have equal amounts of, regardless of location, income, race or gender. Time represents true equality. If there’s a meaning to life, in my view, it is to use your time as best you can (however you choose to define this).
Can't decide whether to use Asana or Trello? In this video, I talk to my good friend, Brittany Joiner about the differences between Trello and Asana. If you have any questions about either platform, let us know in the comments below. Continue reading
I love simple productivity tricks; quick and easy things you can do to be more productive and organised.
In this post, I’d like to share the one question I ask myself to be more productive. This is a question I subconsciously ask myself dozens of times a day. This question helps me to identify what I need to work on next. It keeps me track and on time and helps me to avoid ever dropping the ball on a project.