We all know that first day of work after a long summer break, right? Your alarm clock goes off way too early, you are 'forced' to wear regular office attire once again after being used to swimwear and flip flops, and instead of having your morning commute from your bed to the beach, you find yourself in a good old traffic with hundreds of other grumpy people. And then your work day hasn't even started yet… The real challenge actually arises when you open your inbox and find hundreds and hundreds of emails to work through. Let's get a coffee
We all have it, that internal chatter which is consciously and unconsciously commenting on what we do, valuing and judging whatever it is we have done, and what there is still to be done. That voice gives us instructions as well as feedback and generally accompanies us through life just as a narrator guides you through a story.
From work emails to everyday to-do lists, typing has become the chosen method of writing for most things in our lives. Advanced technologies have become so prevalent in our daily routines that they have almost replaced some of the most traditional activities, like handwriting. Fast and convenient, the entire digital process is quick and simple. And yet, even in this digital age, many leaders see keeping a notebook and pen at hand critical, not solely to write down ideas in the moment to refer back to later.
Do you feel like you’re not being productive enough? That you’re not reaching the goals you set up for yourself? Not utilising your time properly and kind of just… wasting your time? Well you’re not alone. Organizing and being productive is something most people struggle with. Proper time-management and really making sure you’re setting the right conditions for yourself to succeed is close to impossible. But we’re here to tell you that it’s not actually impossible. There are techniques, structures, and guides to reach better productivity and enable yourself with the right tools to make the most of your time and