Playful Productivity: get more done in good cheer

By |2023-09-29T09:05:09+13:00November 2nd, 2022|Articles, Blog, Content Marketing, Play, Productivity|

Work without will or wonder is just drudgery. Play is an overlap of work, will, and wonder, and it transforms how we participate in the act of working.Bringing play into your work increases your capacity to do work well. Think of the seven dwarves, toiling in the mines; they knew to whistle while you work. Play makes [...]

Working From Home: Be Thy Own Boss

By |2020-03-25T10:17:43+13:00March 24th, 2020|Entrepreneur, Productivity|

SQUIRREL! Did something just take your attention? Run after it, nobody can stop you! The greatest thing about working from home is your flexibility. But this is also a danger. You have the ability to pivot your attention at a moment's notice - and you don't have to check with a board, or a [...]

3 GTD Tips: How to Make Things Happen

By |2016-12-26T14:32:12+13:00January 17th, 2015|Excellence|

In the middle of a geek-out session with a good friend, comparing productivity apps, he asked the big question: How do you manage all these lists without getting overwhelmed? I reviewed the basic principles of Getting Things Done, the task management philosophy developed by David Allen. Even after reading the book, implementing these productivity protocols can break [...]

Schedule the Appointment And The Reminder Email

By |2020-02-03T11:35:43+13:00October 3rd, 2013|Blog, Content Marketing, Entrepreneur, How To, Pura Vida MultiMedia, Sales|

You’ve arrived five minutes early to your appointment. You think there’s a good chance this could lead somewhere… …until twenty minutes later, when you call to find out that, yes, they’ve forgotten all about you. No-shows waste your time (and your reputation). Protect your time. Prevent appointment no-shows from happening by sending 2 emails with [...]

5 Productivity Tools to Beat Procrastination

By |2016-12-10T16:12:02+13:00September 17th, 2013|Blog, Productivity, Pura Vida MultiMedia|

Productive people make things happen. Procrastinators make good excuses. “Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning, and focused effort.” – Paul Meyer Deadline. The very name sounds menacing and morbid. Many procrastinators can only finish their work under mortal threat. Knowing they will be completely [...]

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