Top Productivity Tools To Help You Make The Most Of Your Time
When you learn about the tricks and secrets of "uber-productive" leaders, one common theme emerges: to get real work done, you need to hide. Veteran CEO Bryan Guido Hassin, for example, noticed that he was most productive on long flights. He now schedules "airplane days" when he acts as if he's in the air - disabled phone, closed door, disconnected from the network. And Fifth Column Games CEO Andrew Marsh places a "cone of silence" on his desk when working on complex projects so his people know not to disturb him.
Top Productivity Tools For Busy Leaders
SaneBox: Get Sane Later
Asana: Move Work from Start to Finish
Without clarity and communication, the work of a team quickly becomes muddled and inefficient. How do you stay on top of projects - without endless emails and status meetings? Productivity tools like Asana can make it easier. With this platform, you can see project status at a glance, turn ideas into action items, organize and prioritize tasks, filter updates, assign due dates, attach files and documents, and communicate seamlessly - and purposefully - with your team.