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5 Practical Ideas to Triple your Personal Productivity

“Efficiency is Doing Things Right; Effectiveness is Doing Right Things” ~ Peter Drucker Despite working for long hours, do you often scratch your head at the end of the day to figure out what exactly you could accomplish during the day.Further wondering, whether your personal productivity is not up to the mark or perhaps not up to what your hopes or expectations are? The sky’s the limit and high are the dreams of personal …Read More

Importance of To-Do Lists

Feeling flustered, overwhelmed and muddled up with the pile of work you have to do and don’t know where to start from!!Or are you so over worked up with things in front of you, that you forget the many things which had to be done yesterday? All this summing up to cause a whole lot of inconvenience to people who depend on you!! You don’t need a pill or an energizer to make …Read More

Establishing Clear Goals for Better Results

Feeling left behind and worthless in spite of the hard work put in? Is this something you often feel and don’t know the reason behind it? Sit down and think what is that you really want from life!! It can be anything you desire; as long as your passion is strong, it can be achieved. In order to ensure you get what you want set yourself a goal and route out a …Read More

Making Meetings Effective

“A meeting is an event where minutes are taken and hours are wasted”  James T. Kirk In a study known as “The Executive Time Use Project” conducted by London School of Economics and Harvard Business School, it was found that executives spend one third of their working time in meetings. Of the 55 hour work-week, eighteen hours were spent on meetings, three hours on calls and five hours in business …Read More

Email Management Policies and Why Businesses Need One

Both – the number of emails received and amount of time spent on handling emails have been steadily on the rise for the past few years and are likely to keep increasing. An average senior executive gets anywhere from 50 to 200 emails a day. If it takes 30 seconds to open and read each email – it will take more than 1.5 hours to just open and read 200 …Read More