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Here’s a Researcher Who Spent a Year Tackling One Productivity Technique Per Week 5

The ultimate Lifehacker is not someone who scours the Internet looking to find random tips, tricks and shortcuts. Instead, we should all take a leaf out of Melanie Wilson’s blog, in which she conducted a year-long experiment in 2013, tackling and implementing one new improvement technique each week. Her approach was simple. Each week she […]

CEO’s and College Students – Do They Manage Their Time in Similar Ways?

It’s an intriguing thought. Are there similarities in the ways that CEO’s and college students manage their time? It’s a topic that I’m giving some attention to due to some research that I uncovered while reading an article about the ways that law students manage their time. My first effort to delve into this topic […]


New Research: The Benefit of Developing Advanced Scheduling Skills 2

New research emerges showing that keeping a specific schedule of what you plan to do each day in the future is better than other options. The Problem: For some time here at 2Time Labs I have highlighted the general problem of time management books that neither cite relevant research nor update their recommendations based on […]

Why a Big Gap Exists in Time Management Knowledge

One of the challenges involved in gaining a deeper understanding of time management mechanics is that it’s all about using physical actions to manipulate invisible objects. Industrial engineering, which is the study of the optimization of scarce resources in a production environment is typically concerned with the events taking place on a factory floor where […]

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