Sometimes you need to break a project into chunks that measure concrete progress towards your goal. If you're writing a book, then chunking your writing into five thousand words a week, 300 words a day, or a chapter every session are excellent alternatives to keep you moving forward.
As a professional organizer, I am always on the lookout for tools, strategies, and systems that help me and my clients do more of what we want to do.
Here are 5 tools I used in 2018 that will increase my productivity in 2019.
Sticky notes became the biggest productivity tool in the 1980's, then the PalmPilot in the late 90's. Replaced by BlackBerry® in 1999. Eventually the iPhone caused a flood of apps that could help you with your to-do list and note-taking. Now there's Evernote.