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Business Consulting For The 21st Century Via A Holistic & Intelligent Approach

Topic: Time Management

Time is a limited resource. Time Management is the various initiatives that aim to conserve, if not renew, that resource.

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This is your brain on thinking

Consumed => “How To Stop Your Mind From Working Too Hard” by Ben Thomas on Forbes.

How to optimize your motivation

Answered => “How can I motivate myself to work hard?” on Quora.

Time-management optimization

Consumed => “6 Time-Management Tips From Accelerator Programs” by Alina Dizik on Fast Company.

Sorry, but there’s no app for that

Answered => “What cross cultural situations have you experienced while managing virtual projects?” on Quora.

The Secret is there is no secret

Consumed => “A Better Way to Manage Your To-Do List” by Peter Bregman on HBR.

Get more done in less time

Consumed => “Is Better Task Management on Your To-Do List?” by David H. Freedman on NY Times.

Focus on results, not on time spent

Consumed => “Productivity Secrets of a Very Busy Man” podcast interview of Bob Pozen on HBR.

The truth is multitasking is overrated

Consumed => “Productivity, Multitasking, and the Death of the Phone” podcast interview of Sherry Turkle on HBR.

Five steps to increasing your productivity

Consumed => “How To Quit Multitasking For Good In Five Steps” by Holly Green on Forbes.

Postling – The gift of social media dashboard

FYI => Ho Ho Ho…Did you catch the latest announcement from Posting? They’ve added YouTube integration as well as Analytics.

Geeky resolutions for 2011

Bookmarked =>”The 10 hottest checklists, forms, and templates of 2010″ on TechRepublic.

Sometimes it’s best to just walk away

Consumed => “How To Attract Your Ideal Red Carpet Client” by Natalie Sisson on Forbes.

Doing More With Less

Consumed => “10+ ways to be more productive” by Alan Norton on

Get The Bird in the Air

Consumed => “The myth of preparation” by Seth Godin on Seth’s Blog.

“Mentally we are in perpetual locomotion”

Consumed => “Does the internet change how we think, read and remember? Interview of Nicholas Carr” by Nuala McGovern on BBC’s

Silence Is The New Distraction

Consumed => “Digital Devices Deprive Brain of Needed Downtime” by Matt Richtel on

This Is Your Brain On Droid?

Consumed => “Digital Overload: Your Brain On Gadgets. Interview of NY Times’ Matt Richtel” by Terry Gross on

Multi-Tasking Is Overrated

Consumed => “Is multi-tasking a myth?” on

Getting Back in the GL Groove

Unfortunately, too much of my yesterday was filled with unanticipated attention grabbers.