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The Eisenhower Matrix: A Simple Method to Prioritize Your To-Do List

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The Eisenhower Matrix is the simplest method to help you prioritize your to-do list. It is a productivity method that was first used by the 34th president of the United States, Dwight D. Eisenhower. Eisenhower was a very decorated individual and part of his success comes from him being able to prioritize tasks really well. Lets learn more about the tool that’s fit for a US president! What is the…

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Simple Productivity Tools to Empower ADHD Employees Working Remotely

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From getting work done efficiently, getting along with colleagues, to getting to meetings on time. These are some of the things we all struggle with on a typical workday. But what if you have ADHD and you work remotely?  366 million adults suffer from ADHD globally(1). If you’re one of them, chances are you’ve been facing a fair share of time management, focus, and organization challenges ever since work from…

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Mind Maps: Use Cases and Examples of How You Can Utilize Mind Maps in Your Personal and Professional Life

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You may be an expert, or perhaps you’re just starting out (no shame in that!). Mind mapping has many use cases and benefits. Today, we go through some of the use cases for you to unleash the full power of mind mapping. Check out some of these articles and mind map templates to help boost your productivity! 📘 Mind Map: The Ultimate Guide to Getting Started ⌚ A Complete Guide…

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Mind Map: The Ultimate Guide to Mind Mapping

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Mind maps are a simple and useful tool to use if you’re looking for a method to help with information recall. In this guide, we will go over everything you need to know about mind maps. Before you get started, check out these other articles on productivity methods that we’re sure you’ll find useful! 🍅 Pomodoro Technique Timer Inside Taskade ⏱ A Complete Guide to the Flowtime Technique 💪 Supercharge…

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Getting Things Done: Start Thinking About GTD as More Than Your To-Do List

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“Why can’t I get things done?” This is a common question that bounces around productivity forums and communities like r/gtd. And we can understand why. David Allen’s Getting Things Done® (GTD®) is not the easiest productivity system to bite into. But maybe the crux of the matter is that you’re simply thinking about GTD as “just another to-do list?” Whether you’re new to the Getting Things Done® (GTD®) methodology or…

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What Is Web3? It’s More Than Just Crypto Companies: The Powerful Rise of Web3 Startups Explained

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Snake oil peddling, Ponzi scheme, or a true revolution? Web3 (a.k.a. Web 3.0) is another hot topic in the “let’s argue about the future of tech” lineup, right next to the Metaverse and the bizarre world of NFT art. What is Web3? How does it work? Here’s everything you need to know. 🌐 Before you start… Are you passionate about cutting-edge technology? Do you want to learn more about the…

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What Is a Roadmap? Time to Show Your Team the Big Picture

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When big companies hold meetings, you can expect a lot of lofty phrases like “aligning goals” or “cross-departmental collaboration.” But what do those words actually mean? How do you make sure that your team is indeed aligned on project goals? This is where roadmapping comes in. 💡 Before you start… Roadmapping is a cornerstone of effective project management. Don’t forget to check about other project management strategies when you’re done…

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Overwhelmed With Too Many Meetings? Slay The Dragon And Rescue Productivity!

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Before you ask: Yes, 2022 is another year of “too many meetings.” That means a high caffeine intake, low team engagement, and not enough time for meaningful work. The good news is, you can cut back on meeting duration/frequency and slay that time-gobbling dragon once and for all. But first, let’s crunch some numbers. 💡 Did you know the U.S. workforce holds a whooping 55 million meetings every week?(1) The…

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How to Ask Better Questions in Asynchronous Remote Team Collaboration

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As Socrates (apparently) once said: “The only true wisdom is in knowing that you know nothing.” Figuring out how to ask better questions is a major advantage in the increasingly remote, asynchronous world. It’s also a tell-tale sign of good remote leaders who see beyond their competencies and aren’t afraid of childlike curiosity. According to psychologist and the author of Trusting What You’re Told: How Children Learn from Others Paul…

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Pomodoro Technique Timer Inside Taskade

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As the old proverb goes: “When life gives you tomatoes, make passata.” Learning how to use the Pomodoro technique timer will help do just that. Francesco Cirillo’s method is one of the classic productivity methods that will help master your attention span and focus on getting work done. In today’s article, we unpack Cirillo’s methodology and explain how to set up and use the Pomodoro technique timer in Taskade. So,…

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The Complete Guide To Hierarchical Note-Taking

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No piece of information is created equal. Every time you take notes, create to-do lists, manage projects, or draft documents, you subconsciously process and organize information in a hierarchical way. Hierarchical note-taking is a method of capturing and organizing knowledge that’ll help you become more mindful of this process and use it for all things creative. In today’s article, we explore the concept of hierarchical note-taking and its benefits. You’ll…

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What Is Scrum Agile Project Management?

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Scrum is a framework designed to help teams collaborate on projects. In the same way rugby teams train for their big games, scrums encourage project teams to self-organize and use experiences to tackle problems while continuously improving each day. But that’s not all. It’s key to remember that Scrum is also a popular framework for implementing Agile. In Scrum, teams develop products in short iterations called sprints. This allows them…

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