admin on October 17th, 2005

By Keith I’ve been really productive lately. As such I’ve had little time to devote to many of my pet projects. I’m finding out that it’s much better for my overall stress level to drop some things. In essence–to quit. Even if I wasn’t devoting time and energy to them, they were there, weighing on […]

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admin on September 29th, 2005

By Patrick Rhone Not too long ago, I was asked by a client of mine how long it would take to complete a certain large project. After thinking about it for a while, I gave what I thought was a fair estimate given all of the parameters, possible hurdles and building in time for contingencies. […]

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Britt Parrott on September 20th, 2005

Make large tasks more manageable by creating a staging area.

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Peter Flaschner on August 19th, 2005

Or, how not to be a “Yes Man” by Nathan Smith NOTE: This post is by the designer Nathan Smith. While his thoughts are aimed at his fellow designers, the points he makes are valid in any work situation. Hope you enjoy, Peter Intro: I want to start out by bringing to mind the classic […]

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admin on August 5th, 2005

In my last post I asked my readers for tips to help me be more productive as an at home worker. They responded with a boatload of tips–thanks all! I also did quite a bit of online surfing and reading to see what I could turn up. I found some great stuff. So, I thought […]

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admin on August 2nd, 2005

Throughout my professional life I think meetings have been one of the biggest sources of frustration. I’m one of those people who really likes to work at work and while I do find some meetings very useful, and the occasional meeting totally necessary, I think the majority of meetings I’ve attended over the years could […]

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admin on July 27th, 2005

Information overload is one of the biggest hurdles you’ll have to deal with on the road to being more productive. There is so much out there and it’s so damn easy to spend hours sorting through your favorite blogs and Web sites. I’ve always been pretty good in keeping my reading time under control, that […]

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