What do you want to accomplish in the next year? Intentionally planning with these 5 steps will help you make the most of it.
Biblical studies isn’t a matter of “(s)he who writes the most email wins.” But that obvious truth that can still get obscured all too easily.
A 4-step process can help you focus on what really matters. This process can even help you curb something as overloading as email.
It’s no fun going in circles, redoing work you’ve already done. But it’s all too easy to do unless you question how you do what you do.
Adaptability is central to productivity. Especially amid life’s complexities, to stay productive, you need to stay adaptable and open.
However you time block, you can use 6 simple steps can make that process pretty seamless in a digital workspace.