Lifehacker wants you to improve the accuracy of your internal clock, and it doesn’t require surgery. Quoting two psychologists with a new book on time management, the article looks at ways you can beat procrastination and gain a better sense of time. The key? Practice. Pay attention to exactly how long common tasks such as showering or commuting really take, and your natural sense of events will begin to catch up.
About.com has a new article on their Email section about saving time with Outlook. We’re huge believers in winning the battle for your Inbox, and there are 19 tips on filtering and streamlining your path to a brighter tomorrow.
According to the Creston News Advertiser, office supply company ACCO Brands is giving awards for home office, business, and school “heroes” who are masters of productivity. The article packs in five tips for simplifying your paper flow and your work life.
The Leadership section at BNET has some solid advice for creating realistic team communication plans. Flexibility and adjustment are essential.
The Project Web has eight great tips for virtual project meetings, the first of which is “Only hold necessary meetings.” That could definitely make the world a better place.
Unclutter offers some sound college-inspired advice for saving time and stress at home. Keep the people who share your living space in the loop.
More home and work advice comes from The Seattle Post Intelligencer bloggers, who tell you how to “Deal With The Dumb Stuff.”
Lifehacker Australia is helping Mac users who want to hide their folders to stay focused on their active projects.
Daily News & Analysis in India has a 20-point time management assessment list to help you see where you currently stand, with promises of tools and tips to follow.
And if you’re so worried about efficiency that you can’t get anything done, Business Daily Africa looks at the health effects of "time urgency" and offers time-management tips for entrepreneurs.