Personal Productivity

The 10 Most Popular IQTELL Productivity Posts of 2011

The 10 Most Popular Stories of 2011 - 12.29.2011
wrote this on December 30, 2011 / 1 comment

New Year’s is here and we decided to reminisce and check the 10 most popular IQTELL productivity posts of 2011, enjoy.

#1 5 Anti-Laziness Tactics

When you are too lazy to do anything, how can you break out of the cycle? We presented 5 simple steps to get you back in gear.

#2 First Things First, IQTELL!

We took a look at Dr. Stephen R. Covey’s highly regarded book, “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People”, and how you can integrate his methodology using IQTELL.

#3 9 Zen Tips for Awesome Task Management

We proposed 9 steps to help align our mind with our bodies and achieve perfect zen.

#4 IQTELL’s New Feature Release – This is How You Get Things Done!

Just a few weeks ago, we took some time to highlight some of our favorite features from the latest and greatest feature update.

#5 How To Organize Your GTD Workflow

We looked at the best way to organize your IQTELL workspace to follow David Allen’s GTD methodology.

#6 Organize Christmas with Tips from the Experts

How do you do Christmas? We spoke to a few productivity experts to learn some of the best tips to organize your holiday.

#7 Mind Mapping Fever

We looked at how effective mind mapping can be to represent ideas, tasks or other items and how they are arranged around a central key word or idea.

#8 Simplifying Your Life Just Got Easier

Our first blog post! We were very excited to begin our invite-only Beta Program and begin to get feedback from our wonderful users.

#9 The Feng Shui of Productivity

We looked at 8 ways to gain balance and achieve a strong center using the Bagua diagram.

#10 Stop Procrastinating

If you’ve ever had a big project with a fast approaching due date, you may be all too familiar with procrastination. Check out 8 steps to help tackle procrastination.

There is much more to come in 2012, make sure to stay connected with us on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.

* GTD® is a registered trademark of the David Allen Company. IQTELL is not affiliated with the David Allen Company.

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