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Getting Things Done: The Art Of Stress-Free Productivity

A must read book about personal productivity to help you organise your life, your to do list, your filing system at home & office, this book helped me improve the way I organise my to do list and filing system so I can focus on achieving more. Click Here to get his Book,

* Apply the “do it, delegate it, defer it, drop it” rule to get your in-box to empty
* Reassess goals and stay focused in changing situations
* Plan projects as well as get them unstuck
* Overcome feelings of confusion, anxiety, and being overwhelmed
* Feel fine about what you’re not doing

From core principles to proven tricks, Getting Things Done can transform the way you work, showing you how to pick up the pace without wearing yourself down.

Why you should Listen to your Video or Audio Content during the Editing Process?

After I finish recording the interviews of BeEfficient.Tv, I send the interview file to my video editor, then to the transcribers and translators to work on the English and Arabic transcription and subtitling, then I have an employee who’s specialised in preparing the draft for each interview of BeEfficient.Tv to be ready on my blog as draft after collecting all the content aspects from the rest of the team members which is including the final video edited version of the interview, the transcription, subtitling, interviewee bio and interview questions.

listening to content while editing the video and audio content - ahmed al kiremli

So I find the draft for all the interviews ready for my final review before the interview on my blog goes live, usually I write the title of the interview, select the categories and tags for the interview and polish some other major details to make it ready in the best possible form. Also I Schedule it for Social Media using the Buffer tool.

The Power of Focus Makes You More Efficient

Focus and Mental control - ahmed al kiremli

We live nowadays in a more unfocused world due to the huge technological development around us. We are surrounded by many devices, such as small laptops, smartphones, PSPs, and iPads, that help us keep connected with social media, email, and other time-consuming activities. These things make you busier and unfocused. Before these gadgets, people would get bored from doing nothing; boredom is rarely found nowadays, as we are always connected to the Internet or gaming through a device. This is putting us in an unfocused state of mind. We spend so much time entertaining ourselves, posting photos about our lives, or acting on the urgent stuff that comes through emails and ignoring the important stuff that hours, days, months, years, and decades are passing very quickly with less action taken on important things. Now generations are spending their lives watching TV and scrolling their Facebook pages just to look at successful people; instead of learning from them and taking action, we keep looking at them and feel depressed due to this lack of focus.