Category Archives : Habits

How to Manage Your Time for Better Sales

Salespeople are right to suspect that their sales have something to do with how well they manage their time. A sales professional who thinks that they don’t need to improve their skills might be unwittingly stagnating, but as in all things related to 2Time Labs – it’s entirely up to the learner/user to decide. Click […]

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Getting Over Productivity App and Tech Overload

Another holiday season has come and gone, and the latest electronic gadgets have found their way into our hands, briefcases and pocketbooks. Most offer a blend of useful functions and obvious distractions; still, most of us don’t know the net impact they’ll have on our personal productivity in 2013. Sure, they do allow us to […]

An Experiment in Using More Memory

A fascinating article at the Lifehacker website got my attention – and earned a swift rebuttal from some lifehackers. The article’s author performed an experiment – to use as much memory as possible, and to use as few external devices as he could get away with. How I Learned to Rely on My Memory (and […]

Finding Software that Links Goals to Habits

I found an interesting program that connects goals with not only tasks, but the habits that need to change to make them happen. On a consulting call with a client earlier today, she bemoaned the fact that managers were allowing strategic plans to fall through the cracks.  I described that fact that old habits executed […]

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What I’m Learning from Doing Better Reviews

Once again, I am tinkering with my time management system. A little background… the belt system set up here at 2Time Labs describes skills ranging from White, Yellow, Orange and Green belts. It goes no further than these 4 skill levels because I wanted to be able to set higher belts, as they are discovered […]

The REAL Secret to Personal Productivity

This BNET article was written with such a cheeky tone that I couldn’t tell whether the author, Steve Tobak, was serious or not: The Real Secret to Personal Productivity. But I endorse his conclusion — true productivity is a function of discipline and focus, yet that shows up as something different in each person. Actually, […]

An “Up” from Jawbone

An interesting post from the Fast Company website might be the beginning of some of the problems we have in measuring time management upgrades. The product is a sensor that looks like a wristband, and can be used to track all sorts of movements that a user might conduct in the normal course of a […]