Productivity (page 2)

There’s always more work to get done. In these articles, you’ll find techniques and ideas for increasing your productivity without burning out.

How Habit Stacking Builds Habits That Last

Do you struggle to build new habits? Learn how using habit stacking can help you implement them and make them last.

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Trello Project Management: How It Works and How It’s Done

An easy step-by-step tutorial (screenshot included). Learn the best ways to manage your tasks and deadlines using Trello!

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Project Monitoring: What It Is and Why It’s Important

It’s one thing to launch a project, but if you actually want to deliver you need to learn about project monitoring. Here’s how it works and why it’s important.

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How to Export Notion Pages and Databases

You can use Notion to do just about anything, but every so often you’ll need to export Notion data for use in another tool. Here’s how you can do it.

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How To Embed a Google Calendar in Notion (2 Methods)

Need to see your meetings in Notion? Here are two ways you can embed your Google Calendar events in a Notion page.

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7 of the Best Sales Report Templates for Your Teams

The right sales report template can save you a ton of time with essential sales reports. Here are some of the best.

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5 Ways You Can Automate Excel and Streamline Your Workflows

Excel is a great tool for reporting and other tasks that rely on a spreadsheet. Unfortunately, it often comes with a lot of manual work. Here’s how you can automate away some of that elbow grease.

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Tackling Imposter Syndrome Head-On In Your New Role

Imposter syndrome can affect anyone, but that’s especially true when you’re starting a new role. Here’s how you can kick it to the curb.

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5 Fool-Proof Ways To Make Your Discovery Calls Count

The discovery call is when you learn your prospect’s pain points and how your product can soothe them. Here’s how you make that call count.

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Eat the Frog: Get Your Most Difficult Work Done First

Mark Twain said that if it’s your job to eat a frog, best to do it first thing in the morning. And if you have to eat two, best start with the biggest one. Here’s what that means for your work.

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Slack Productivity: 7 Tips for Teams of All Sizes

Slack, the instant-messaging app of choice for many, can either help or hinder your productivity. Here’s how to stay productive in Slack.