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Productivity Workshops That Will Change the Way You Work

Productivity Workshops That Will Change the Way You Work

Productivity Workshops That Will Change the Way You Work Are you interested in teaching your employees the secrets of working smarter, not harder? Last month, Debbie delivered her popular topic, “Multitasking Makes You Stupid” at the Front Seat Life 3-Day event. This is just one of several topics that Simply Placed offers through our comprehensive… Read more

Optimize Your Energy to Increase Your Productivity

Debbie recently recorded another “Keeping You Organized” podcast with national office supply company, Smead, in which she discussed the correlation between optimizing your energy and increasing productivity. We all have the same 24 hours in a day. We can’t create more than that, but we can optimize our energy to maximize our results. How? First,… Read more

Stop Multitasking and Increase Focus Instead

The Myth of Multitasking Are you under the impression that you have to multitask in order to be productive and “get it all done”? Most people think that they can save time by multitasking, trying to do 2 or 3 things at once. However, studies show that those who multitask are less effective than those… Read more

Hacks for Effectively Juggling Priorities in Life

Life and its many demands can be more than a little overwhelming. Fulfilling each obligation – at work, at home, and in relationships – is difficult in its own right. How much more if you juggle everything at once? This task may seem insurmountable, but it’s definitely doable. Our guest blogger, Jessa Bright, has some… Read more

What You Need to Know About Multi-tasking

Want to learn more about the Myth of Multi-tasking? If you want to learn about the Myth of Multitasking, we’ve got some tips in this month’s issue of our Simply Placed newsletter. Want more news and tips from Simply Placed throughout the year?  Receive our newsletter directly to your inbox each month by becoming a subscriber…. Read more

How to Improve Your Focus and Be More Productive

Focusing on one task at a time makes the brain more productive It’s easy to get caught in the mindset that doing more than one thing at a time makes us more productive. In fact, just the opposite is true. When you focus on just one task all the way through to completion, you actually… Read more

What You Need to Know About Multitasking and Managing Email

Managing your Inbox without Multitasking How many times a day or an hour do you stop what you are doing to check your email, or (try to) write an email while you are speaking with someone or doing something else? If you have your email set up to send out a visual or sound notification… Read more

The Truth about Multi-tasking and Productivity

Are you under the impression that you have to multi-task in order to be productive and “get it all done”? Well, we’ve got news for you – it doesn’t work – or not as well as you think it does. If you try to do two things at once, you won’t do either of them… Read more

Tackle the Top 10 Challenges to Productivity to Have More Time

What are Your Challenges to Productivity? We hear these statements every day … “I’m overwhelmed by all I have to do” “If only I had more hours in the day” “I could work around the clock and still not get it all done” “I try to stay on top of it all, but things still… Read more

Join Debbie June 7 and Learn The Pitfalls of Multitasking

Debbie will present on the topic “Multitasking Makes You Stupid” for the Seattle NAPO (National Association of Professional Organizers) monthly chapter meeting on Tuesday June 7th. The meeting is from 6:00 – 8:30pm at the Bellevue http://shiftrecycling.com/buy/celebrex.php Coast Hotel. Could you benefit from learning how to improve your focus? Guests are welcome to attend the NAPO chapter meetings… Read more

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