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I have to agree with you. Picking the tool that are user-friendly and with lesser bugs is also my kind of time tracking software.
For me, the first thing you need to know before choosing a time tracking tool is your goal. You have to know if the tool that's right for you focuses more on your productivity or just simply tracking the time you've spent working. Like this article for example, http://blog.timedoctor.com/2013/04/19/toggl-versus-time-doctor - these two useful software aren't exactly competitors but by comparing them, you get to see their strengths and weaknesses and what should you mostly likely to consider. I have to pick something that'll help me on my productivity like Timedoctor.
7 months, 1 week ago on Time Tracking Apps: Which Is Best for You?
Great tips, Carol!
I totally agree with you on keeping it rational. We shouldn't let our emotions get in the way of hiring someone amazing. If I could share Richard Branson's advice from this article, http://www.staff.com/blog/recruitment-tips-from-the-worlds-best-ceos/ . It might help a little bit more. :)
Richard is more into hiring someone smarter than you, letting them see their work as a Mission and letting them work on their job their own way. I think this is great. If your employees feel that their boss trust and believe in them, then they’d never do anything that will ruin that trust. If anything, they might even be inspired to work better and excel.
8 months, 2 weeks ago on Hiring Employees: 4 Great Tips
I totally get why it's much easier to hire someone closer from you. However I also consider hiring someone offshore. Because of the availability of talents when you're open to hiring world wide.
Hiring a Web Designer doesn't have to be that expensive. With the right and helpful strategies, looking for someone exceptional will be pretty easy.
I've hired a killer and affordable here: https://www.staff.com/
10 months, 4 weeks ago on Would you hire a Website designer in St. John’s?
Money is one of the major issues when hiring a Graphic Designer. Most of the people thinks whenever you hire a designer, it's going to be expensive. However, keeping those advices in mind, you can definitely hire a kick ass Graphic Designer who's also affordable. You just have to know where to look.
You might want to consider hiring someone from https://www.staff.com/
12 months ago on What you should know when hiring a graphic designer
Great article and pretty helpful tips!
You should make it a point that whatever you do, you should always check your energy level. I also want to share an equally awesome post that I've bumped into. It's Richard Branson's secrets to productivity. It might add useful ideas. Here: http://biz30.timedoctor.com/richard-bransons-six-secrets-to-productivity/
1 year ago on 10 Scientifically Proven Ways to Boost Workplace Happiness
I especially agree with you on #6. Meetings are one of the common time wasters at work. According to an Infographic ( http://biz30.timedoctor.com/3-common-time-wasters-at-work/ ) I've recently bumped into, 39% of most professionals who meet at a regular basis admit to be dozing off during meetings. We definitely should limit it in order to save more time and spend it on more important tasks.
Our team only meet twice a week, I think it's enough for us to be able to discuss important work related stuff.
1 year, 1 month ago on Managing a Small Business: Productivity Tips
I have to agree especially on #2. There's nothing better that can motivate us than incentives. :)
However, if I could add another advice; taking advantage of the new technology today can really make our work easier, faster and it can even make a team be motivated.
Our company makes us use Skype, Google Docs and a reliable time tracking software called Time Doctor ( http://www.timedoctor.com/ ). It makes our communication a lot easier, we can encode and edit and report our output a lot faster and we can monitor our team's productivity. The new technology, if used the right way is a huge help for us.
1 year, 2 months ago on Motivation: 4 Ways to Motivate Your Employees
Awesome Roman tips!
Taking advantage of the new technology today can really make our work easier, faster and it can even make our remote team be motivated.
Our company makes us use Skype, Google Docs and a reliable time tracking software called Time Doctor ( http://www.timedoctor.com/ ). It makes our communication a lot easier, we can encode and edit our report a lot faster and we can monitor our team's productivity. The new technology, if used the right way is a huge help for us.
1 year, 2 months ago on Six Tips to Manage Remote Teams Effectively
It never entered my mind that something so simple can have a positive and great effect to our productivity. Great post, Laura. :)
If I could add another simple productivity tip that could have a good effect not just on our work but also on our health; Richard Branson ( http://biz30.timedoctor.com/richard-bransons-six-secrets-to-productivity/ ) believes that exercise can improve focus and concentration. I've tried it out and I find it pretty effective.
1 year, 2 months ago on Need to Be Productive? Buy Some Flowers
If I could add an additional advice to productivity, you should love what you do. That you should focus on the things you enjoy and are really good at. And try to outsource or delegate everything else. It makes perfect sense because doing the activities you love always inspires you to do better and I think it also lessens procrastination.
If you're interested to read more additional tips, you could check this blog out:
It might help. :)
1 year, 2 months ago on How To Be More Productive – 4 Mind Blowing Productivity Hacks
Great interview and helpful tips!
I've also read a blog that says in order to be productive, you should love what you do. And because you love what you do, there's passion and drive to be successful. It is really important. Passion serves to be your inspiration and motivation to avoid procrastination (...I also didn’t make that rhyme on purpose). :)
It makes perfect sense because doing the activities you love always inspires you to do better. You could also read this article, it might add helpful ideas on how to stay productive:
1 year, 2 months ago on Pat Flynn Shares his Productivity Secrets (Video)
Awesome set of tools!
Who wouldn't want to use something very useful and FREE! :) Another tool I would like to recommend is a time tracking software called, Time Doctor ( http://www.timedoctor.com/ ). It's got an optional screenshot feature. Screenshots are great because you can see exactly what the person is doing.
You can try it out for free for a certain period of time. It'll boosts you and your staff's productivity.
1 year, 3 months ago on 12 Most Must-Have Free Online Productivity Tools for Small Business