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6 Tips to Get More Done After Lunch

You’ve had one of those days. You wake up early, get to work with time to spare, feeling sharp and on-point. You check off item after item on your to do list and it feels AMAZING. Everything just flows.  Then you go to lunch. Sluggish, distracted, and a little bit...

7 Tips to Help You Trust Your To Do List

A few years ago, I read David Allen’s Getting Things Done – a right of passage for any entrepreneur it seems. The book was an eye opener, but it took me more than a year and a half from reading it before my day looked even remotely close to what Allen describes...

How to Define a "Doable" Task

One of the biggest general obstacles to productivity is the idea of “doability”. Goals, dreams, and tasks become interchangeable to a point that the average to do list is too vague and extremely hard to take action on. If you’ve read any books on productivity, you...

How GTD Works for Freelancers

Today’s post is a very special post – #500 on AnthonyChatfield.com. I started this blog nearly 7 years ago on a whim and today it houses hundreds of articles about everything I do and enjoy, and then some. Today’s post is all about Getting Things...

Using Time Limits to Maximize Daily Productivity

I like to think I milk the most possible time out of my day, getting a lot done with as little effort as possible. It’s in my best interest to do so because not only do I have a family that I want to spend more time with; I have a lot of projects I want to get off the...

The 20 Minute Rule

I often have something of a short attention span. I get easily distracted from whatever it is I’m supposed to be doing in favor of looking at video game reviews, checking the movie listings, watching YouTube videos, or doing something else on my to do list that is...