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10 Ways to Boost Your Writing Productivity

Every writer has been there: the words are inside you, trying to get out, but life is in the way. Maybe you can’t find any time in your busy schedule. Or you can’t stay focused when you sit down to write. Or you have a great writing session one day, and then your work in progress sits neglected for weeks. Whether you’re writing a novel, maintaining a blog, or keeping

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Productivity in Mind: How Ryder Carroll Designed Bullet Journal

Track the past, organize the present, and prepare for the future. Sound like a familiar challenge? Ryder Carroll, a New York-based designer, set out to tackle this head on from his notebook. A little over three years ago, Ryder developed the Bullet Journal, an analog system designed to be a to-do list, diary, notebook, and sketchbook. It’s flexible enough that you can use it in your Moleskine, or borrow elements

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How to Use Email and Reminders to Power Productivity

Evernote provides many different tools to power your productivity and fuel the success for all your projects. Mike Vardy is a writer, speaker, productivity strategist, and recently wrote about how he uses Evernote features like notebook organization, email, and reminders to help him tackle his monthly writing and an upcoming book project. This post is an excerpt from a post published by Mike Vardy on the Productivityist blog about how he uses

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Tapping Into the Daily Rituals of Our Great Creative Minds

History can teach us a lot about the way we work today. Benjamin Franklin rigorously planned and segmented his daily routine in an effort to accomplish good each day. Thomas Edison used an epic to-do list to fuel his prolific innovation and inventions. Out of superstition, Tchaikovsky took a daily two-hour walk. His return was timed precisely: not a minute early, not a minute late. Mason Currey, author of Daily

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