Have you ever had a situation where a little delay makes the difference between an “important request” and “never mind…”? Joel and I talk about walking that fine line on using procrastination as a tool to see whether some tasks may not be worth acting on ASAP.
How do you figure out when you hit that point of diminishing returns? Joel and Matt cover a few real-world examples…
Wouldn’t it sound crazy to suggest that having kids makes you more productive? Neither Joel nor Matt recommend being re-productive solely for the purpose of becoming personally-productive, however they do have some interesting points of how kids shift the perspective on productivity.
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How do you prepare yourself to have a productive week? Matt asks Joel for feedback on his weekly planning routine and swap a few ideas to shake things up.
Processing email is a constant need, is it best to keep on top of it via your mobile phone? Joel and Matt talk about how they try to deal with this.
How do you get past those little barriers that keep you from doing the things you know you should do? Joel and Matt talk about how they try to deal with this.
Do you feel like you could get more out of your meetings? Joel Lindstrom and Matthew C. Anderson cover their top 3 tips for hosting productive meetings.
OneNote has been around for well over a decade…are you using it to its fullest? Joel Lindstrom picks Matthew C. Anderson’s brain on some ways to manage your OneNote notebooks.
Were you disappointed by Microsoft’s announcement about the future of Wunderlist and To-Do? Joel Lindstrom and Matthew C. Anderson have an open therapy session and figure out how they’ll move forward.
How do you figure out how much time you spend in meetings? Responding to email? Working after-hours? Joel and Matt dive into Microsoft MyAnalytics.