We’ve collected the best productivity infographics, images, and other visual guides to help you improve your day-to-day process. Many thanks to Reddit, Imgur, and Pinterest (follow our boards here) for helping us collect and share this great information.
USE THE “THINGS 3” METHOD TO AVOID BUSY WORK AND GET THE RIGHT THINGS DONE
It’s easy to just burn through tasks all day long without prioritizing what really matters. Use this method to gather, organize, plan, and review your tasks and goals (right-click, save-as for better resolution).
TAKE EXCELLENT NOTES
Use the Cornell (yes Andy from The Office, we know you went there) method of note taking to help you better retain, understand, and use information.
CREATE A NOTEBOOK INDEX FOR INSTANT REFERENCE
Everyone loves a good blank journal, filled with possibilities. Unfortunately, it quickly becomes cluttered and you lose track of notes. This indexing method from HighFiveHQ is great. Basically, you write a list of subjects in the back of your notebook. On individual pages, highlight the line or grid on the edge of the page that corresponds to the index!
FOLLOW THIS CHECKLIST WHEN TRAVELLING
It’s stressful to pack the night before a big trip. Using this checklist can alleviate some of that stress, and make sure you’re not leaving anything behind.
TRY THESE APPS TO HELP WITH PROCRASTINATION
Everyone procrastinates in one form or another. These apps might help you break the addiction to avoiding the difficult work.
HOW TO FOCUS IN AN AGE OF DISTRACTION
It becomes more important by the day to learn how to avoid the distractions of this over-stimulating world. In an ironically distracting looking infographic, you may find a few tips that will motivate you to eliminate distractions in your own life.
TAKE NOTE OF THE DAILY ROUTINES OF FAMOUS PEOPLE
We all don’t have the luxury of following our own completely customized daily routine. We have too many responsibilities placed upon us. But these routines from the historic individuals who made an impact can help spark ideas for smaller changes you could make. Strange sleep cycles with some of these folks.
SIMPLY PUT, “HOW TO BE PRODUCTIVE”
This image might be helpful because it is broken into the different “pillars” of your life, something we strongly recommend here at Conquer Today. How powerful could “learn to ignore” be if you actually had the steel to put it into practice?
HOW TO FINISH WHAT YOU START
Well there’s a novel idea. Too many of us have launched projects or hobbies only to burn out, give up, or lose interest. If you want your confidence and skills to skyrocket, you have to learn how to stick to things (number ten is arguable in many situations).
CREATING A LONG TERM PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT PLAN
This cool walkthrough is something you might want to do quarterly. Take a break for a few hours, print it out, and head to a quiet place. Work through these steps and you’re going to come back to the real world ready for action.
ORGANIZE, IMPROVE, AND MANAGE YOUR ENTIRE LIFE WITH THESE GOOGLE DRIVE TEMPLATES
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We have an extensive guide, along with pre-made templates, to help you manage everything: projects, habits, fitness, goals, journals, and more. You can download that template kit and guide below, absolutely free.
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THIS JOURNAL MAKES FAILURE IMPOSSIBLE:
Stop doing what everyone else does. The sequel to our first list of 15 unusual and creative habits, here are 15 more that you can start today for a better life.
Bronnie Ware, a nurse for the terminally ill, noticed something interesting: All of her patients kept talking about the same 5 regrets in their lives. Can we listen to their warnings?
Your daily task lists should never be a simple collection of busy work on your plate that day. Use the 5-1-30 exercise to make sure you’re on track for building your lifelong legacy.