Effectively Measuring Time Management

It is of little use to dote over the seconds if you have nothing important to manage. The most direct measure of Time Management is the tasks you have to complete. In order to judge whether your time has paid off, assess the results of your activity.

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Posted on: May 25, 2015 by Stephen

An Organic Approach to Time Management

To enhance your performance, be flexible. Having an array of tasks in mind will allow for you to be more natural with the methodology of your execution. By being conscious of that which remains to be done, you can better judge how flexible to be with your time, and perhaps accomplish more along the way.

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Posted on: May 18, 2015 by Stephen

Apple Watch App Not Starting?

I’ve been getting reports a few people are having trouble launching the OfficeTime Apple Watch app for the first time. It just spins and goes back to the app chooser screen. So far this only seems to affect some people who already had an older version of OfficeTime and just updated. The solution seems to…

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Posted on: May 15, 2015 by Stephen

OfficeTime for the Apple Watch is Here!

  It’s here! Now track your projects and your day on your watch. Tap your wrist to start a timer. Stop it on your watch or your iPhone.  At the end of the week check your iPhone or computer to know where the heck your time went. We designed OfficeTime for the Apple Watch to…

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Posted on: May 15, 2015 by Stephen

Upgrading Your Data From Free to Pro

If you’re using the current version of OfficeTime for the iPhone or iPad (version 2.3 or better), when you buy the paid version of OfficeTime, it’ll just work.  All of your data from the free version will be automatically there. However, if you’re running an old free version and buy the new paid version, your…

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Posted on: May 15, 2015 by Stephen

Making the Most Of The Time You Manage.

Before you even step into the office, know exactly what you have to get done. Arriving at work, checking e-mails, and casually figuring out what there is to do IS NOT to your benefit. By acknowledging what remains to be accomplished beforehand, you can be prepared to jet into high-gear from the start.

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Posted on: May 11, 2015 by Stephen

Ready To Rock It Like Danielle LaPorte?

Danielle starts her article with Free Days. On Saturday and Sunday, she does everything she needs to unwind, refresh, and enjoy life. I know from firsthand experience that Free Days can be critical for overcoming stress, or getting in touch with family and friends—the things that make life worth living.

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Posted on: May 4, 2015 by Stephen

OfficeTime is coming to your Apple Watch

The biggest thing was that while the Apple Watch simulator we’ve been testing on is a great starting place, nothing beats using it in the real world. We found a number of things that we wanted to change and decided to hold back releasing until we could get these right.

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Posted on: April 27, 2015 by Stephen

Problem Solving Essentials for Time Management

Once you have identified the shortcoming, it’s time to generate as many solutions as possible. Examine the pros and cons of each potential fix. Considering multiple angles and routes of proceeding can help accelerate you towards the desired outcome.

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Posted on: April 20, 2015 by Stephen

Stress Cutting Into Your Schedule?

Stress impairs your ability to stay physically active. Interestingly enough, exercising can boost hormones that elevate your frame of mind. If aerobic workouts aren’t already a routine part of your day, consider a jog or burst training session before, after, or in between business hours for a mental pick-me-up.

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Posted on: April 13, 2015 by Stephen