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Becoming More Productive: 2016 Workshop
This guide provides resources and ideas for optimizing your workflows. It includes notes from the Becoming More Productive workshop presented by graduate students in the Life and Health Sciences.
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2016 Workshop Presentations and Notes
Tara Benesch, M.D./M.S. student at the Joint Medical Program
Heidi Wipf, PhD student in Plant Biology
Vicky Gomez, DrPH student in Public Health
2016 Workshop Notes
Notes from presentations by Life and Health Sciences grad students Diya Das, Tara Benesch, Heidi Wipf, and Vicky Gomez.
Productivity and Task Management
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Task Manager for iOS
Mind mapping tool
Manage tasks and projects
Habit building and productivity app that uses gaming as a motivation tool.
Tool to sync Habitica and Todoist
Organizational system to use with print notebooks or journals.
Helps connect high-level goals to tasks
Uses financial incentives to help you keep progressing toward high-level goal
Remember the Milk
App for managing to-do lists
Notebook for lists
System of scheduled work and break periods
Time tracking tool
One-line-a-day diary app
Counseling at the Tang Center
Students are eligible for free sessions.
Better Than Before: Mastering the Habits of Our Everyday Lives
The Power of Habit
Decisive: How to Make Better Choices in Life and Work
Chip Heath; Dan Heath
The 4-Hour Work Week
Also recommended is the podcast by the same author - http://fourhourworkweek.com/podcast/
Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity
Wait But Why
Instant Gratification Monkey, and more!
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