Posted by: Krishna De |
Posted on: September 1st, 2007 |
7 Comments | Posted in: Business blogging
Welcome to the September 2007 edition of ”A Carnival Of Productivity Tips”. I was astounded with the volume and quality of articles this month – we received no less than 70 submissions, each one I have reviewed.
The purpose of this carnival is to provide readers with high quality articles providing practical tips to get more done in less time and with less stress. So if articles did not fit those criteria I have excluded them.
I recommend that you first read Sagar Satapathy who presents Top 100 Foods to Improve Your Productivity posted at Bootstrapper, then choose your productivity foods and sit down for the next hour to browse through these articles.
And can I suggest that you then read Luciano Passuello’s article which presents How to Recall an Entire Book in 5 Minutes or Less posted at Litemind, outlining how to make sure that you don’t forget what you have just read.
Financial Productivity TipsMillionaire Mommy Next Door presents Where Does Your Money Go? Tips and Tricks for Tracking the Flow posted at Millionaire Mommy Next Door, showing us how to be more efficient with our finances.
Marketing Productivity Tips
Randy Nichols presents Advertising Jingles and Commercials – Radio & TV posted at Matt’s Creative Advertising Blog, provides tips to help you be more productive with your media plan.
Chris Tackett presents How to Write a Headline and Grab Your Prospect by the Eyeballs! posted at Direct Marketing News, providing tips for writing headlines for your markeiting copy.
Eric Hudin presents You Can Make More Working Less posted at Everyday Marketing Ideas, and shows us how to become more efficient and effective.
Personal Productivity Tips
Matt presents Build your right-brain playground posted at EverydayChange.com, saying, showing us how to enhance productivity by employing more right-brain-based thinking.
Jaxelamse presents Brain Flicks: The Secrets of Sleep posted at Brain Flicks, saying, revealing the science behind sleep.
Chris Russell presents Enhancing Human Performance posted at Productivity Planner, covering how to understand people’s needs in order to increase motivation.
TheRoadtoCEO presents A Motivation Secret of Top Performing Managers posted at Get More Done with Activity Logs, outlining a motivation strategy that you can use to encourage voluntary contribution from everyone around you.
Charles H. Green presents Deer in the Headlights Decison-Making posted at Trust Matters, outlining how meetings may bog down and guard the status quo.
Tupelo Kenyon presents Don’t Take it Personally posted at Tupelo Kenyon, explaining that when people criticise it’s not always about you.
Lorraine Cohen presents Are You Creating a Success-Setting Environment? posted at Powerfull Living, asking is your physical environment work for or against you?
Ralph Jean-Paul presents Be A Presence In Any Room posted at Potential 2 Success, sharing with us how we can walk into any room or in front of any audience and project confidence by becoming a presence.
Ralph Jean-Paul presents Turn Potential Into Success posted at Potential 2 Success, saying, “Turn your skills, goals, and potential into success”
Living Better presents Help for the Disorganized posted at PlainAdvice, saying, “Getting back to the basics is often the best way to increase your productivity!”
Phil B. presents 13 Steps to be Productive « Phil for Humanity posted at Phil for Humanity.
SpiKe presents The Productivity Formula posted at Organize IT.
Will Mitchell presents Lucid Dream Experiment – WILD Method posted at Sparkedblog.
Shane Magee presents An exercise to boost your concentration span posted at Sri Chinmoy Inspiration Blog.
Luke Houghton presents 5 golden rules of making a presentation posted at Luke Houghton.
Louise Manning presents Does the work environment you provide affect employee performance? posted at The Human Imprint.
David B. Bohl presents Productivity, Efficiency, Effectiveness, and Balance – Knowing When Enough is Enough : Slow Down Fast Today! posted at Slow Down Fast Today!.
Arin Vahanian presents A Quick Primer on How to Eliminate Fears and Bad Feelings posted at Super State.
Jon presents Unscramble Your Brain & Get More Done posted at Art Of Money.
Moneywalks presents Ways to Avoid Procrastination posted at moneywalks.
Bill Urell presents 10 Easy Tips for Setting Positive Life Goals posted at Addiction Recovery Basics.
Christine Kane presents What?s Easy. What?s Not. posted at Christine Kane’s Blog.
Ellesse presents Want To be More Productive? Play More posted at Goal Setting College.
Christine Scivicque presents 5 Tips for Better Phone Communication posted at The Executive Assistant’s Tool Box.
Alvaro Fernandez presents The Ten Habits of Highly Effective Brains posted at SharpBrains: Your Window into the Brain Fitness Revolution.
Do let me know if you adopt any of the ideas from this months articles.