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Book Review: The Culture Code by D. Coyle

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2021-10-29

In my quest to find good productivity books, I came across The Culture Code by Daniel Coyle. The author describes some of the most successful organisations and how these…

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Tray System: Now, Later, Doesn’t matter and Done

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2021-10-15

So how do you organise your inbox? Where do you put things you need to do? For a long time, I just put everything on my table. After that,…

Academia Productivity

The mindset behind academic productivity III

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2021-08-20
Academic productivity is many things, but to be productive you also need to be relaxed. Even if all the circumstances are right and you know how to ask the right questions, you still need the energy to be productive. The problem is, you can’t keep up with the energy, if you work 8 or more hours a day straight. To be productive, especially in academia, you need to know when and how to take breaks.
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How asking the right questions already can give the answer

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2021-08-06

I already wrote about how discussing is better than asking questions, because you get a long-term benefit instead of a short-term solution. Nevertheless, sometimes asking questions is the only…

Academia Productivity

The mindset behind academic productivity I

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2021-06-25
For a long time now, I have wondered what it actually means to be productive as an academic. I know my fair share about productivity in the world of freelance and I know my fair share of the work ethics in the academic world. They work quiet differently and I think, that we can't apply freelance or corporate productivity to university-level work.