Category: Productivity

I can only define productivity as being efficient and utilizing one’s time to achieve one’s goals. Here, I express various tools and strategies I’ve learned and implemented in my life.

Johari Window

I came across this principle in a work training session which was provided by a speaker called Rahul Dogra. He delivered the training on a topic called ‘Working in Virtual Teams’. And, within his presentation he spoke about the concept of Johari Window. In my curiosity of wanting to know more I decided to write a…

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A secondary network

Introducing the following article written by Tiago Forte: Building a Second Brain: An Overview in which he describes the following message: How many brilliant ideas have you had and forgotten? How many insights have you failed to take action on? How much useful advice have you slowly forgotten as the years have passed? We feel a constant…

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Fast Bad Wrong

So my daily routine for past couple of days has been some what of a unique experience. Occasionally, I would spend couple hours of my day listening to podcasts or reading blog posts and I would come to the following conclusion ‘damn, why didn’t I think of that?’ This week, I stumbled across a podcast…

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Concept of Batching

I came across this word ‘Batching’ from the book called The 4-hour work week as a productivity tool to utilise my time more efficiently. The idea of batching is to carry out a long list of same tasks in a span of couple of days. It is the completion of a task and any sub…

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Habits – Why we love it!

Habits – don’t we just love them? Fundamentally, it’s considered to be the most boring course of action you take in your daily routine. But that’s exactly the point, in the article Mastering Boring Fundamentals written by James Stuber. He expresses that our boring fundamentals (BF) include: Sleeping 8 hour a night Exercising regularly Reading…

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What to systematise?

Building on from my last week’s blog post, I think this wraps up why establishing successful habits could eventually lead to an automatic system. Things we tend to systematise in our life: Paying bills Working and studying procedure Sleeping pattern Following dietary or exercise program Daily planning I can probably add a lot more to…

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My process to reading a book

On reflection, in my prime youth, I was never an avid reader – I remember I spent late evenings of my year 9 and year 10 watching TV shows like (Hollyoaks, Simpsons) after coming back from school. But, everything changed when I enrolled into university – reading was an imperative part of my growth which…

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