Archive for the ‘personal productivity’ Category

This list comprises everything from financial aid to local guides, social networking, web-based applications and much more for the student with no time to waste in getting the most out of their education. Application Sites BeRecruited.com – For student athletes to fill out a form and be connected with college recruiters while getting information on […]


Fortunately, learning and learning to learn well, will always be one of the most valuable skills in your personal and professional life. My point is to start building these skills as soon as possible, preferably when you are still a student. Fast and effective learning is a skill for life and we could talk about […]


These days, many web workers are upgrading to more powerful handheld mobile devices — PDA, smartphone, Internet tablet, ultra-mobile PC — and they never seem to stop fiddling with them. From checking email to reading RSS feeds to doing IM or Twitter, the mobile worker is always connected. But not always productive. Despite the popular […]


The Natural Productivity Cycle In your personal life, when attending to business or working on side projects, how often do you spend 8 consecutive hours in front of a computer? It doesn’t make sense because we lose the ability to concentrate effectively within a few hours. Everyone goes through alternating periods of high and low […]


We are going to use Gmail’s Mail Fetcher to achieve this goal. Note: (a) Make sure to ENABLE POP in your second Gmail account which will be accessed from the Main Gmail. (b) If you are an advanced user or if you have tried this feature with no success then jump to 5th point directly. (c) You […]


All the below mentioned features can be used on a single page called Googleall. Google Lists All the Facts When you’re looking for hard facts, Google might be able to help. Yes, Google always returns a list of sites that match your specific query, but if you phrase your query correctly—and are searching for a […]


It is well to be up before daybreak, for such habits contribute to health, wealth, and wisdom. – Aristotle Tips mentioned below are tried & tested by many folks. So that gives you more assurance of trying them. – Practice getting up as soon as your alarm goes off. That’s right — practice. But don’t do it […]