It’s time for the weekly dose of Productivity Articles!

What’s the idea behind our weekly Productivity Articles Roundups?

As you add more activities to your daily routine, it can be quite a hassle to keep track of progress and make sure that everything is done correctly. It’s a short way to start being overwhelmed and feel under pressure, which may result in chaos. 

How to deal with it without any effort? It’s easier than you think, all you have to do is to choose the right support!

Our mission is to write and post worth reading articles full of useful tips and life hacks. Self and work time improvement is our priority, so we want to inspire all our readers and motivate them to start to increase their time management skills and make them more productive.

Sharing wisdom and knowledge doesn’t only mean that we post articles where we provide our tips and hacks. We also want to hear people and their needs to meet their expectations entirely.

As a result, we give you excellent productivity, time management, and self-improvement roundup full of advice!

What are the best Productivity Articles this week according to our team?

How To Optimize Your Commute For Productivity – by Dumitriu Robert

The time spend on driving to work doesn’t have to be unproductive – here are the perfect tips on how to use that time to become a better version of yourself! 

What You’re Not Doing At Work That Could Boost Productivity And Happiness – by Danielle Brooker

Studies have shown that people who are more appreciative and grateful on a daily basis experience far less stress, and far more happiness. In this post, Danielle Brooker explains how to achieve this state of mind at work!

10 Tips to Boost Developer Productivity in Your Team – by Kleo Petrov

A team is like a human organism – if one thing doesn’t work properly, the rest feel that something’s going wrong. The same is with team members – if we’re obliged to deliver the work results as a crew, we should work hard at the same level. Read the article and find out how to do it!

A Practical Guide to Increase Productivity with Process Mapping – by Alex Gallia

Have you ever heard about process mapping and how it can help us increase productivity? Alex Galia explains in this post how it works, how it differs from process modeling and what its benefits! And there is a handy list of conclusions as key takeaways before you go :). 

5 Secrets of Efficient Managers 2019 – by Dinesh Bhasin

It’s not easy to be a manager, especially when the schedules are busy and team members aren’t properly assigned to their duties. In this article, you’ll find out how to increase efficiency while managing a team, meet deadlines, reduce stress and anxiety and many more!

The Little Tool That’s Changing My Productivity Game – by Kelle Hampton

The market is full of different devices that help us stay more productive. Some of them are traditional, like just watches we wear on a wrist or hang on a wall, others are modern, like smart bands or phone apps. Kelle Hampton shares her favorite tool, maybe it will become your favorite too?

Learner persistence – the productive struggle – by Dawn Castagno-Dysart, Bryan Matera

There are many paths to building productive struggle in students. These specific instructional strategies explained in this post can be a launching point for initiating a classroom of learners who are willing to persist through all learning experiences!

How to Use Your Time Productively – by Adam Moody

We only have a limited amount of productive time every day. Being deeply focused, especially when we work eight hours per day, can be a struggle! In this post, Adam Moore walks us through 3 easy steps that you can take right now to optimize your most productive time!

Three Ways Medium And Small Businesses Can Introduce Business Websites Productively – by Tiwari

The method used to introduce the website to your customers as wells as your employees determine how successful and effective the website will be. In this post, there are three ways through which we can successfully introduce our business websites in the small or medium sized business.

3 Ways to Increase Productivity Using Workers’ Personality Types – by Kim Harris

Did you know that the way you’re productive depends on your character and type of your personality? Kim Harris explains here how it works!


If you want to send us your favorite productivity articles, time management, and self-improvement articles, please feel free to do it. Leave them in comments, can’t wait to read the tips you love!

 Wonder where to find more GTD and productivity tips? We’ve recently launched our new project – Stay On Top Of Work podcast!

Here you find all the episodes.
You can also listen to them via iTunes or Soundcloud
Ola Rybacka

Author Ola Rybacka

Social Media Manager at TimeCamp, copywriter, content designer. Loves books and jazz/rock/celtic music. Ph.D. and speech therapy student. Find her on Twitter: @Pidzuchna

More posts by Ola Rybacka

Leave a Reply