One of the most common questions we get is: “Should I keep my work and personal tasks together? Or should I separate them? How about my email and calendar?”
In this episode, we’re going to tackle this controversial topic and give you 4 strategies that have worked well for us and others in the Asian Efficiency community.
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- The top three productivity resources for this week [2:12]
- What inspired Brooks to create this episode and why it’s a topic for everybody [4:28]
- The question people are _really_ asking when they are trying to figure out their work-life balance [7:58]
- How to free up your Time, Energy, and Attention [11:45]
- What to look for when you’re hiring outside help [18:02]
- How consolidating your inputs and capture points can focus your energy to where it’s most effective [23:34]
- Why you should develop your tunnel vision [31:55]
- The power and unintuitive nature of intentional imbalance in achieving your goals [40:31]
- Fantastical 3
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- 4 Tools to Automate Your Technology and Save 100+ Hours a Year (TPS242)
- Web Automation: The Easiest Way To Be More Productive Online (TPS282)
- Never Enough Time? Schedule Your Priorities by Color Coding Your Calendars
- Why Pursuing the Work-Life Balance Myth is Hurting Your Productivity (TPS139)TPS 139
- How to Prioritize Your Todo List With A Sheet of Paper
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