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TPS113: 5 Ways to Make Your Home More Efficient

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Thanh and Zack discuss simple action items you can take to make your home or work space a more efficient and productive place. From working habits, health habits, and sleep habits, they talk about ways to make things more efficient and design productive living places.

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Cheat Sheet

  • 5 simple things you can do today to make your home more productive
  • How to design your space so that everything is within reach or easily usable (20 second rule)
  • How a home design can be a trigger for a habit – good or bad
  • Simple ways that you can use a white board in your home or work area
  • One of the fastest things you can do that will give you the biggest bang for your buck
  • How stuff occupies mindshare and builds stress
  • Tips and tricks for if you work from home
  • A couple productivity hacks you can use to automate your home with technology
  • Some simple steps you can take to get better sleep


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Posted by Alexandra  | January 4, 2017 at 5:52AM | Reply

I didn’t use to think much of blackout curtains, but now I’m very happy whenever I see them on lists like yours. The same goes for the whiteboards. These two seemingly insignificant objects made a huge difference in my productivity levels.

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