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Productivity hacks for your calendar, to-do list, and more

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Byline: Lauren Fearn Writer: Jack Beaudoin

I’ve been on a 10-year quest to find the perfect way to organize myself and my teams. Sure, it’s been a crooked path, dotted with wrong turns and missteps, but I’ve developed a system that works well for me—and taught me a lot about what doesn’t work.

If you’re at the start of your own productivity quest (or even somewhere in the middle), I recommend focusing efforts in three broad categories: calendar management, tasks and projects, and work-life balance.

Why target these? First, as sustainable productivity guru Carey Nieuwhof has written, they involve the three assets everyone brings to work: time, priorities, and energy. Just as important, these three areas represent the best opportunities to improve your productivity with low-effort, high-impact automation. Read more


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