How being an organized writer improves productivity

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Most people find organizing their writing hard, but being organized is the key to effective writing. You should always plan what you’re going to write before you begin writing. Organizing your work helps you develop order in your writing, which will help in avoiding repetition or even leaving out important points. A writing plan can be a few jotted notes to a detailed numbered outline.

Most writings, especially blog writings, have three main parts: the introductory part, the body, and the conclusion. The introductory part should inform your readers about the aim of your blog post, the contents of your post, and what you’re trying to prove in writing. The body should have all the facts, arguments, and information in a coherent order that can be easily understood by your readers. The conclusion should summarize everything by reporting your findings, your views, and your final…

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Power and machinery, money and goods

Writing and The Written Word

Power and machinery, money and goods, are useful only as they set us free to live. They are but means to an end.

— Henry Ford

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What is Time Management?

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Why Time Management is Important

Time management is a habit, a process, and a mindset for the working professional to get things done. Time management is our personalized tactical plan to handle today, tomorrow and the coming days. Good time management is about working smarter, not harder, to get the most done same 24 hours in a day and seven days in a week…etc., etc..

Time management is, also, how we ensure that we:

  • know is happening,
  • Know what needs to happen in the future,
  • Are properly focused on the important tasks, and
  • Achieve work-life balance.

Definition of Time Management

Time management is the process of organizing, planning, and working to increase efficiency and productivity, both professionally and personally.

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Time Management – Accumulative Effect

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Compound or accumulative effect is the impact of small steps, tasks, and/or activities, which contribute to goal accomplishment and/or a result as seen across time.

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To-day

Writing and The Written Word

Here hath been dawning another blue day:
Think, wilt thou let it slip useless away?
Out of Eternity this new day was born;
Into Eternity, at night, will return.
Behold it aforetime no eye ever did;
So soon it forever from all eyes is hid.
Here hath been dawning another blue day:
Think, wilt thou let it slip useless away?

— Thomas Carlyle

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Vision, Ideas, And Execution

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Vision without execution is a hallucination.


– Thomas Edison

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Easy tips For getting more from reading

Here are some easy guidelines for getting the right reading done faster and more effectively.

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the general Reading for Comprehension Process

  • Choose what you read — this a high speed filtering process
  • Read according to the reading material type – fiction and nonfiction are not read at the same speed or purpose
  • Preview the reading material/book
  • Read with Intent

Choose what you read.

…Our new times call for new ways of searching for, filtering, consuming, and applying knowledge in order to improve our lives. — Michael Simmons

This would be seem to be an obvious thing, but not all reading materials are equally valuable, If valuable at all. This is especially true when it comes to email, newsfeeds, and, especially, to social media. Time spent reading less valuable materials is obviously times subtracted from reading the important stuff. If you choose to read a newspaper and pay more attention to the sports section then you do…

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