From Around the Web – Productivity Tips

Make a goal to improve yourself a bit this weekend. Here’s a list of helpful weekend reading from around the web that will inspire and motivate you to get a lot more done:

- Pushing Past Your Organizing Obstacles - Discusses replacing obstacles with concrete goals and plans. [Virtually Organized]

- How to Use Procrastination to Get More Done - Interesting approach to rewarding yourself with things we use procrastinate. [Get Organized Wizard]

Eating Lunch at Your Desk – Advice on doing what you love. [The Skinny On]

- Too Many Things That You Want to Do? - Tips for sorting out how to do what you want to do. [Freestyle Mind]

- Is Your Schedule Packed With Bottom-Feeder Bait? - Question the choices you make on your commitments. [Jonathan Fields]

- To Do List Snowball – Tips for keeping your list at a manageable level. [Fit Hacks]

- Leonardo Da Vinci’s Top Six Tips for Getting Things Done - Great advice from a man who got a lot of things done. [Positivity Blog]

- Organize Your Junk Drawer – Looking for a de-clutter project this weekend? Start here. [DIY Life]

- 5 Dead Simple Ways To Make Time For Your Dreams – Great advice for achieving more in life. [Sid Savara]

- 7 Simple Ways To Say “No” – Tips to stop giving all your time to others. [Zen Habits]

- Goal Setting Secret – How to Achieve Any Goal - Powerful tips for accomplishing your dreams. [Think Simple Now]

- The Ultimate Guide to Personal Motivation - Six great tips for fighting procrastination. [Think Simple Now]

- The Sacred To-Do List – Don’t take your list too lightly. [Productivity 501]

- How to Stay Focused When Plans Keep Changing - Advice for learning to go with the flow. [Dumb Little Man]

- The To-do List Secret Everybody Ought to Know – How to focus on proactive, not reactive activities. [How to Get Focused]

Note: From time to time, we will post links to informative articles and information from around the web. Please keep in mind that these links take you outside the Day-Timer website and we can not take responsibility for the content nor opinions expressed.

Day-Timer Spokesperson Jeff Doubek can be reached at jeff.doubek@daytimer.com.