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If you’re not time blocking your calendar and scheduling “do not disturb” time, then you are killing your productivity by allowing others to control your time. And if you are organizing your workday but not sticking to what you’ve scheduled, then you’re breaking the commitment that you’ve made to your calendar and, therefore, to yourself. […]

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  I have a confession: I am a productivity nerd. I thrive off of constantly reviewing my systems and processes trying to achieve productivity-zen. After testing almost every shiny new tool that has come out and subscribing to several productivity and time management blogs, I have designed a system that works for me. It’s important […]

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Last month we published an infographic on the international language of business based on a study that Citrix Online commissioned from Forrester Consulting. Today we’re happy to launch the results of that study. The study yielded surprising findings related to generational and cultural working behaviors that impact how businesses communicate and collaborate in an increasingly […]

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Tom Bunzel stops by today to discuss the changing face of learning and the growth of online training . Tom is a writer, consultant and trainer in Los Angeles and the author of “Tools of Engagement:  Presenting and Training in a World of Social Media” and can be reached through his website. For a long […]

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Today we have a guest post from Keith Rosen on the considerations between remote coaching and face-to-face coaching. Keith is the President of , a provider of leadership and sales coaching and corporate training. He is also the author of Coaching Salespeople into Sales Champions: A Tactical Playbook for Managers and Executives, The Complete Idiot’s […]

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Today we are releasing the results of a study that was conducted by Forrester with Citrix Online (you know, the GoToMeeting folks who help us keep the lights on around here) that looks at how business people communicate and collaborate across the globe. As workshifters, we all know how liberating it is to work when, […]

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4 Steps to Becoming a Multitasking Master

Posted by on 27 September 2010 3

Today Robert Pagliarini stops by to teach you how to become a multitasking master. Robert is a man on a mission. He is obsessed with improvement, making the most of his time and energy, and creating. He’s also obsessed with inspiring others to create and empowering them to live life to the fullest by radically […]

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Today we have a guest post from Tom Drews. Tom is the CEO and Founder of What Works! Communications, a company that helps people to design and deliver effective virtual presentations. He is considered to be a leader in the field, and his clients include Google, Symantec, CLIF Bar, McKesson and Citrix Online. You can […]

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We know that you never, ever miss a post around here, but, just in case you have, here are the top 5 posts for May: The Dollars and Sense of Workshifting Workshifting Could Save the United States $650 Billion a Year Keeping Track of Ideas: 3 iPhone Note-Taking Apps 3 Lessons Workshifters Can Learn from […]

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Happy Birthday!

Posted by on 12 May 2010 1

Today is a special day around here for the Workshifting team because it’s our first birthday!  Yay!  When we launched this project last year we didn’t know where it would take us but in the past year we have been fortunate enough to have gained a great group of contributors and a ridiculously awesome community. […]

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