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Beginner's Guide to The Medium Method

Beginner's Guide to The Medium Method

The idea behind the medium method is to capture information, organize it, and store it long-term using digital and analog tools.

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Beginner's Guide to The Ivy Lee Method

Beginner's Guide to The Ivy Lee Method

The Ivy Lee method's simplicity makes it easier to follow for anyone, even those unfamiliar with complex productivity systems. The simplicity also makes it easier to get started quickly without being stuck in a cycle of analysis paralysis.

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Beginner's Guide to The "Eat the Frog" Technique

Beginner's Guide to The "Eat the Frog" Technique

Eat the frog is one of the most straightforward productivity hacks and has its origins from a quote by Mark Twain.

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Common Biases in Decision Making

Common Biases in Decision Making

Our behaviors and decisions get affected all the time, and sometimes you are aware of the causes, but they are often unconscious. These acts of irrationalities are caused by what is known as cognitive biases.

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Beginner's Guide to The Eisenhower Matrix

Beginner's Guide to The Eisenhower Matrix

Eisenhower Matrix essentially helps you differentiate between tasks that are urgent from important tasks. This system is all about prioritization, and it works with a simple 2x2 matrix.

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Time Management Strategies That'll Make You Super Productive

Time Management Strategies That'll Make You Super Productive

In essence, time management is organizing and planning the time spent on specific activities to become more effective, efficient, and productive. Several strategies can help you become better at time management. We want to highlight the ones that we believe will make the most significant difference with this post.

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Beginner's Guide to Time Blocking

Beginner's Guide to Time Blocking

One of the strategies used to manage time and, more importantly, operate distraction-free is called time blocking. Time blocking is the process of breaking your day into slots and working on a single task in each slot.

Workplace
Examples of Professional Goals for Work

Examples of Professional Goals for Work

To get anywhere in your career, you'll need clear, actionable goals. Every day that you don't set a goal, you push yourself towards something you consciously didn't choose, which is risky.

Updates
Routine Product Update: Time Blocking & Journal

Routine Product Update: Time Blocking & Journal

In the latest version (0.4) of Routine, we've packed some powerful updates that will help you become more productive and keep track of your time & priorities.