hear the birds singing as you walk to your car for your morning commute? Can you
look out your office window and catch a glimpse of colorful trees and flowers
in full bloom?
spring is here. That time of renewal and reawakening when some inner or - more
likely - outer force compels us to take a good look around and clean sweep our
lives into order.
I am in
the business of helping people work and live more efficiently. So, naturally, I
consume lots of information on how we can all be more productive. To honor the
new season and create room for new insights, I thought I would clean sweep my
virtual library and share some of my favorite productivity articles with you. I
hope you enjoy them. And if they inspire you to get into the sweep of things,
feel free to share your spring productivity tips with us here or at the Beyond
Folders Community's Facebook and Twitter pages.
things off, the Productivity 501 blog shares some funny anecdotes about that major productivity buster, the messy desk.
Here is my favorite quote: "Your mind doesn't organize everything in neat
little boxes. However, this might be even more of a reason to try to keep your
work environment in some semblance of order."
are on the subject of quotes, here is a great compilation of personal productivity quotes you can mine for self-motivation
or to inspire others at your next team meeting. You might also want to share Peter Bregman's
pair of Harvard Business Review posts on optimizing productivity by
curbing time wasters at work:
like handy tips and tools for greater productivity, take a look at:
not least, if you would like to create your own productivity resource library,
you can start with this list of The 20 Best
Productivity and Personal Development Blogs.
by Carly Fadako
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