Nearly half of all projects take longer than expected. You know why? Poor scheduling. Not just that, but a quarter of all projects fail because task timings were estimated incorrectly. The problem is that, not only is it difficult to create an accurate schedule, it’s even harder when your team is remote.
It is already the second year of the successful PomoDone App and the Thiel Fellowship partnership that allows every Fellowship alumni to redeem the Ultimate PomoDone Plan. Sounds awesome, right?
We all grow up in a hustling-bustling life. From school to college, and from family to friends, spending half your day out and about in pursuit of acquiring a certain goal is not a routine but a complete lifestyle. So, when it comes to remote work, some of us start to panic, especially those who have already spent a huge part of their work-life committed to in-house roles.
PomoDone App, in collaboration with Todoist, introduces an early Holiday Present to their users in order to make the productivity journey more useful and fun. The offer, which is available to be redeemed on November 16 - December 31, gives special mutual discounts for only PomoDone App Premium (Lite&Ultimate) plans, users & Todoist Premium clients.
Are you thinking about how to stay more focused on your work and personal life? Do your teammates dream about remaining productive while doing several activities at once? Or maybe you just want to keep the promises for the New Year?
When you fail to manage your time properly, it can cause stress and lead to a loss in a deep focus. That's why knowing how to organize and optimize your time is essential to reduce stress and inspire productivity.
We are excited to announce a new integration for Agile adopters! Now PomoDone can work with YouTrack - one of the most popular browser-based bug trackers, issue tracking systems, and project management software on the market.
Reading productivity books might be a great way to procrastinate, but if you find the best time management books, reading them will not be a waste of time. In other words, you will learn how to avoid procrastination. Here are the seven best-selling books on productivity and time management.
The gig economy. 57 million workers in the U.S. alone are part of it. And it is estimated that by 2020, 40% of the workforce in America will be a part of this economy, Freelancing has become a way of life for so many because of its many benefits – independence in time, place, and amount of work, taking on the type of work for which they have great passion, and just in general being in greater control of their lives.
You’ve probably come across the idea that seriously successful entrepreneurs spend vast amounts of time reading. The classic example is Bill Gates gets through about one book per week on average. But then, maybe your grandmother gets through that many mystery-spy-thriller-romance novels in a week too, and it’s not like she’s a billionaire. Well, what this points to is that reading in and of itself isn’t going to be your secret key to success.
There is no doubt that time management tools help you be more productive. How do we know? Because with a time management tool you can track your activities, check where the time is spent the most, be more effective, and achieve more. You can take control of your time and get on top of your to-do list.
Do you feel the need to become more organized and productive? Are you spending your day in some dizzy activity and then think why you haven't accomplished much? Well, then you strongly need to have proper time management strategies that help you to handle the work which is assigned to you.