The idea of a weekly review was first made popular by David Allen.
He suggests that you cut out a block of time each week to review the previous week, and an additional block of time to plan the upcoming week.
I’ve learned a lot from his methods and I incorporate much of his teachings in my processes.
But the fact is, you don’t want a weekly review that takes several hours to complete. Because you won’t do it.
Here’s a quick weekly review that doesn’t take all day, and will save you countless hours throughout the week…
Retirement is always an interesting topic.
It may be so far in the future that you haven’t really thought about it, it could be closer than you care to admit, or you could technically be retired right now.
It doesn’t matter how old or young you are. The fact is, you need to start thinking about retirement now. Today.
You need to know your options. So I’m going to explain what they are and what to do.
Here’s what you need to know about retirement and planning for it…
You’ve heard both extremes: “debt is a tool” and “debt is pure evil”.
I’m not that extreme, but I do lean towards the second option.
It’s often believed that debt can be used as leverage, and that it can get you where you want to go faster than living debt-free. That can be true, but living with debt can also get you bankrupt faster than living without debt.
Yes, all reward has risk, but this one may not be worth it.
Let me clarify. Here’s why I think debt is a bad idea and how it’s possible to live without debt…
Consumerism has turned into an addiction.
As a society, we are addicted to consumption. We consume products, food, things…at an alarming rate.
I’m starting this “Understanding Series” with consumerism for a reason. I’m going to go in-depth with every area of your finances throughout this series, but it all starts right here.
If you don’t understand consumerism and how to get out of the trap, you will lack in every other area of your finances.
Here it is: how to set yourself apart from the average consumer. How to be a savvy consumer…
How many productivity tips have you read in your life?
I know I lost count years ago, but I’m always interested to learn more.
A good productivity tip is easy to follow and easy to implement. It shouldn’t take 1,000 words to explain.
That’s why this infographic is so awesome. 50 quick productivity tips that you can use. Today. Here it is…
When you see advertising, read books and watch the latest movies, everything can seem pretty black and white.
You see headlines like “You Will Die Tomorrow if You Don’t Start Practicing This One Health Tip” – I may be exaggerating a little, but sadly, not by much.
Everyone has the right answer, don’t they?
Everyone can tell you the best diet and why the others are faulty. The same goes for exercise, and your finances.
It’s in our nature as human beings to think we’re right. Plus, article titles like the one above get a lot of clicks.
But here’s the truth about the information out there…
Losing your job can be an emotional time.
Whether you get laid off or decide to leave, you may not be thinking straight.
It’s good to have a plan in place, or at least know where to find a plan (hint: this article) in the event that you do leave your job.
If you follow these 10 steps, the process will go much more smoothly…
Sleep is underrated. It may not feel like that when you’re trying to climb out of bed in the morning – that’s when you really understand the value of sleep. Yet so many people wake up tired every morning and never change their routine.
That’s not you though. You’re smarter than that.
You read trendy articles about sleeping yourself to success.
We’re talking about actual sleep here. Not the other kind of “sleeping” your way to success. Get your mind out of the gutter! I’m going to explain the importance of sleep, and mostly, how to do it well.