Articles written in 2015.
The ”I’m just going to …”-method to get yourself going
Find your structure-traps and avoid them
An interview with Jared Brown of Hubstaff.com
Saving time is great, but …
Establish a seagull-free hour
Assumptions is the mother of all screw ups
Plan for a truly unplugged vacation
Get what you keep postponing done with a dose of urgency
Don’t get a grip!
Should we help our colleagues first?
What Linda H da Silva brought from the lecture on structure
Six ways to create good foresight and plan ahead
Five things which do not define structure
Eight ways to turn off work during the weekend
Articles written in 2014.
Foresight reduces stress
Four elephants is very different from five ants
Five ways in which to be more concrete
A method for avoiding a certain kind of duplication of work
Give a swift answer to a tricky question
My two favourite tips on how to get started
A Swiss army hair clip?
Productivity according to a Spartan
Do you want to improve your working methods? – Change your environment
Spend less time teaching others
How much is much?
First who, then what
Give yourself a good start tomorrow morning
It is the small, small details that do it
Let the limits set you free
Deal with one sourdough a day
No more ”should”!
Nine ways to reduce the inflow of e-mails
Eleven things you can do when the system is down
Five ways to keep track of your deadlines
How did the start go?
Have a smoother transition from traveling to being stationary
Articles written in 2013.
Make the boring tasks enjoyable
How to keep time you have reserved for yourself free
”Just a little while longer”
Here and there is not the same thing as always
Schedule meetings smartly!
Seven ways of working faster
How to catch up when you have fallen behind
Beware of the temptation to prioritize
Five ways to becoming more invulnerable
When things are moving slowly, do as in the amusement park…
Out of sight, out of mind
Minimize the number of choices
How you know when you need more structure at work
Four ways to work faster
Keep your workload in check
Thirteen ways to clean up when you are short of time
A good habit, will get you back at it
Six ways to get perspective on time
Make notes on paper – save it digitally (in no time)
Make your new habits tangible and portable
My savior in a particular kind of emergency in a certain situation
Visualizing progress with felt balls
Articles written in 2012.
Thank you for 2012
Are your e-mails given VIP-status?
Prioritizing when we are the most stressed
When you need it the most, a helping hand has already helped you
What should we do about Mr. Pareto and his principle?
Where to start?
Compose your ideal week
Proceed with ease when the way forward is clear
Set the goal first, prioritize later
Ask, and your question shall be answered
Cleaning out is just half the work…
Work where you work best
Put a twist to your reflection
Remember and do the right thing in the right location
Raw data will help you stop hesitating
There is a time for structuring and a time for doing
Something is more than nothing
Call the file by its right name
The trap that will make you remember
The cure for unfocused meetings
Are you structured enough to be able to relax?
You do not need an empty desk
Structure according to you
For you who never have time to complete what you had in mind
When your e-mail isn’t being helpful
Do it before you leave
When you do not have time for a day to clean up
Q…W…E…R…T…Y becomes QWERTY!
Lesson No. 10 in DN’s course in structure
How you determine what binders you can get rid of
Lesson No. 9 in DN’s course in structure
Lesson No. 8 in DN’s course in structure
Find a time for meetings with ease
Lesson No. 7 in DN’s course in structure
Get vaccinated against hassle-frustration
Lesson No. 6 in DN’s course in structure
Structure when you most need it
Lesson No. 5 in DN’s course in structure
Good thing they did not seal the deal
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