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Unlocking #careerpotential: 5 skills you can take from one job to the next โคต๏ธ
Adaptability: Adapting to new situations is invaluable whether you're a chef or a software developer. It shows employers that you can handle change & thrive in diverse environments.

Learn to be resilient:

Communication: Effective communication is a skill that transcends industries. Whether you're a teacher or a project manager, being able to articulate ideas clearly & listen actively will set you apart.

Get better at communication:

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1/ ๐Ÿš€ The Power of Saying NO ๐Ÿš€

One of the things I learnt off late is that you have to say NO to a lot of things as a leader which you would have done in your early professional life! This is imperative for your company's growth and prioritization. A ๐Ÿงต

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2/ Ever felt overwhelmed with countless tasks and projects piling up? ๐Ÿ˜ฐ You're not alone. A recent study revealed that majority , >70% of us struggle with time management ๐Ÿ˜ฑ.

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3/ But, fear not! There's a secret weapon that can help you regain control: the power of saying NO! ๐Ÿ™…โ€โ™€๏ธ

Curious? Let's dive in! ๐Ÿค”

#SayNo #Productivity
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1/ ๐ŸŒŸ Recently, I offered advice to a founder about keeping momentum during an intense work week with long offsite commitments. Thought I'd share our conversation for those in similar situations! #Productivity #Leadership
2/ ๐Ÿ’ช This founder was looking for ways to maintain momentum, and I shared a lesson from my gym routine: when you're sick or have limited capacity, modify your activities to fit that capacity, but still honor the commitment. #Commitment #Adaptability
3/ ๐Ÿ•’ The founder also considered spending an hour or two before the offsite working and bringing a personal laptop to sneak in work during breaks. Great ideas! #TimeManagement #WorkSmart

4/ โฐ Lastly, I emphasized the importance of increasing urgency.
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๐Ÿ’ญKutengeneza malengo ya ndoto ambayo yatafanya zawadi yako iwe hai ni hatua muhimu katika kufikia mafanikio. Hapa kuna hatua kadhaa za kufuata ili kutengeneza malengo ya ndoto:
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๐Ÿ”นTafakari kuhusu ndoto yako:
Fikiria ndoto yako na tafuta kujua ni kitu gani hasa unachotaka. Jiulize maswali kama: Ni nini hasa unachotaka kufanikisha? Ni kwa nini unataka kufanikisha hilo? Ni nini kitakachokusaidia kufikia hilo?
๐Ÿ”นAndika malengo yako:
Andika malengo yako kwenye karatasi. Hakikisha malengo hayo ni ya kina na yanafaa kufikiwa. Kwa mfano, badala ya kuandika "Nataka kuwa tajiri", andika "Nataka kupata dola milioni tano kwa kuanzisha biashara yangu mwenyewe".
#Goalsetting #Goal
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Here are some key takeaways that can help you better understand your relationship with #money from "The Psychology of Money" by Morgan Housel @morganhousel #RichQUACK $QUACK #Psychologyofmoney

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1. Wealth is what you donโ€™t see: Wealth is the assets you accumulate that nobody else can see. Itโ€™s the cars not purchased, the clothes not bought, and the vacations not taken. #ThePsychologyofMoney #Wealth #Savings $QUACK
2. Compounding is the most powerful force in finance: Time and patience are the most important ingredients of compound interest. Understanding the power of compound interest is essential for building long-term wealth. #CompoundInterest #WealthBuilding $QUACK
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As a professional who helps startups find funding, I often ask my clients to talk to me as if I were a prospective investor.

I've compiled a list, and in this thread, I'll share the top 15 things startup founders should AVOID saying to investors.

#startupadvice #investorpitch
1/ "We don't have a clear revenue model yet, but we'll figure it out eventually."

Come on... no investor wants to hear this! Have a solid plan for generating revenue from the start.

#startupadvice #revenuemodel
2/ "We don't have any competition."

None? Not at all? Every startup has competition, even if it's indirect. Do your research and be prepared to discuss your competitive landscape.

#startupcompetition #knowyourmarket
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5 Simple Steps to Break the Social Media Time Suck and Rediscover Your Life...
1. Set limits for yourself. Decide how much time you want to spend on social media each day and stick to it. You can use tools like screen time tracking on your phone to help you stay within your limits.
2. Create boundaries for yourself. Consider designating specific times of the day for checking social media, rather than constantly scrolling throughout the day.
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Amazing advise from Imam al-Ghazali on #timemanagement

โ€œYour time should not be without any structure, such that you occupy yourself arbitrarily with whatever comes along. ๐Ÿงต
Rather, you must take account of yourself and order your worship during the day and the night, assigning to each period of time an activity that must not be neglected nor replaced by another activity.
By this ordering of time, the blessing in time will show itself.

A person who leaves himself without a plan as animals do, not knowing what he is to do at any given moment, will spend most of his time fruitlessly.
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Its always difficult to take the first step, its always challenging to dive into a new domain. Happy that all the hard works brought the fruit eventually. Read our work from @RajeshPandeyLab @IGIBSocial @AcSIR_India on #singlecell #multiomics
The story highlights how important it is to understand the effect of #SARSCoV2 even after recovered from #COVID19 and how strength of #MachineLearning can be used for developing #disease #Biomarkers
This was indeed a challenging task, both on #Biology and #Bioinformatics front, but learnt a lot apart from the science part of it, especially #teamwork and #timemanagement.
#AcademicTwitter #AcademicChatter #phdlife
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๐Ÿ’ก We've tried over 30 productivity hacks & techniques over the years. Some worked, while others were total waste of time.

We wanted to share 7 of the best, so you can ignore the rest, and get sh*t done! ๐Ÿงต๐Ÿ‘‡

#productivity #timemanagement
1) Automations
Using things like Zapier, IFTT and other similar tools to take care of tedious tasks is an absolute no-brainer. Think of these as "recipes". Set up 2-5 recipes to handle your mundane tasks, you'll gain back at least 2-3 hours in your day!
2) Pomodoro Technique:
Once we started living life in 20/25 min blocks, it changed the game. Tasks that you think will take 5 mins need the ~20mins & tasks that need more time end up being chunked nicely into the blocks. Even better if you can gamify it (I hit 7 promos today!)
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Want to make your days more productive? Read this!

#Productivity #timemanagement #Thread ๐Ÿงต
1. Stop hitting the snooze button

- Have those extra minutes of sleep ever done you any good?

- Snoozing starts a sleep cycle you arenโ€™t able to finish โ€“ makes you more tired

- Rip those covers off as the alarm goes and start your day with the correct mindset
2. Stop scrolling as soon as you wake up

- What you read/ see might trigger a stress response - puts you on edge for the rest of the day

- Uses a lot of time - rushes the rest of your morning

- Do something that stimulates the brain within the first 60 mins of being awake
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Sadly, 90% of PhD scholars don't know these resources and blog posts that will make their PhD journey easier.

A curated thread of best blog posts and resources for academia ๐Ÿคฉ


RT and add yours
@PhD_Genie @PhDVoice @PhDsofIndia #PhD #research #AcademicTwitter
Blog by @raulpacheco on #academic #writing, literature review, #timemanagement, writing groups....etc Image
A 10 year old blog by @thesiswhisperer
It has everything you want Image
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As product managers, we all could use a little more time. So here are some things I wish my younger product manager-self had known about 10 years ago:

1. Delegate and empower your team.

This is one of the biggest levers, but it needs some practicing (for you and the team). Frame it like this: Itโ€™s not about getting rid of tasks, itโ€™s about finding out how you can add most value as a PM.โ€ฆ
2. Donโ€™t go down every rabbit hole.

@onejasonknight wrote this helpful threat on how to โ€œlet goโ€ and adapt things you have control over to free up some of your time.

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According to a @FastCompany #article & an @indeed #poll, in the #techindustry, I'm old.

And not just a little old, a LOT old. I've been in #tech longer than many of my colleagues have been alive!

But that's OK & here's why (๐Ÿงต):

1. You can't gain experience from a book (or website or app or ...)

The only way you gain #experience is by doing things over time.

That's it!

No shortcuts!

No cheat codes!

And I've had the time to gain the experience which shows on my #resume & portfolio.
2. I grew up before the Internet!

The Internet's biggest #advantage can also be its biggest failure. "Just Google it!" has become the modern mantra because it's easier to find a #solution than to figure it out.

My ability to problem solve is becoming rare! And marketable!
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People often ask about how to be productive or if I have any productivity hacks. I don't really consider them as hacks but these are the things I do. #productivity #manager #timemanagement
- Be ruthless with my calendar and theme my day so I can reserve focus time (eg: Meetings days, Writing days, Strategy days, etc)
- Observe my energy levels and schedule appropriate activities
- Understand what sparks my creativity and do more of that regularly
- Not relying on my memory โ€” Record any ideas within 20 seconds
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Nothing sucks more than working hard, for a long time, only to find out you have nothing to show for it.

It's a byproduct of mistaking action for progress.

And it's a BIG #productivity mistake that can be avoided with a few quick steps.

Here's how...
You take steps to make sure you're activities stay aligned with where you want to go in the manner that I'll cover here.

There are actually 3 steps and that would be getting clear on your #Outcome, your Objective, and your Action Items.
With these Three Steps, you can increase your productivity massively.
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#unique #internet #useful #knowledge #worldwide
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You can use this website to use Bold, Italic, Underlined text on #Facebook , #Instagram , #Twitter ........

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You can check speed of your Internet connection from here.

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1/3 Here's a great #Time #Hack to schedule meetings. Calendly has a header feature for e-meetings, i.e. Networking, Project Request, and Team meetings, etc. Tools to use might be a conference call or Zoom.

#VirtualMeeting #TimeManagement #TechTools
2/3 The duration might be different across each category, i.e. 15 minutes for networking, 30 for team true-ups, and 45 for a project request.
Throw in an admin ensuring that you have a 15-minute transition between each block . . . and you have a strong strategy for use of Calendly.
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A quickfire thread based on a book I read recently titled " 80/20 YOUR LIFE " .

Disclaimer : This is MY interpretation & the ratio (80/20) is variable..
The essence here is to identify what matters & weed out the inconsequential & thereby manage time accordingly.
The #Pareto principle - 80/20 Rule is pretty well known & discussed in context of work & business productivity.
But it can also be applied practically in our day to day life in all possible aspects to ensure smooth sailing.
How do we do that? ๐Ÿค”
Pretty simple actually !
Our Top priority goal must be a S.M.A.R.T goal aka :

Time based goal .

Everything is #time based as time saved can be used constructively for other purposes or even wasted happily ! :))
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Work from Home โ€“ Things to Remember

#COVID19 pandemic has put us in an unprecedented situation. There are no guidelines provided, no predetermined rules to follow, nothing to look up to, but we are humans and we know how to tackle an emergency, we know how to convert Image
a disaster into an opportunity. Below are some of the things that you can follow to keep yourself healthy and happy.

Give yourself time:
As you are forced to work from home, why not utilise this time to brush off your hobbies? I am sure you wanted to do a lot of things
that you couldnโ€™t due to lack of time. Now is the chance. Don't use too much #socialmedia but give more time to speak to ur friends.

Health is the most important thing you can care for during this pandemic. While working, keep proper posture; donโ€™t forget to walk
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Time Management and Productivity Lessons for Managers
Check out the latest Level-up Engineering #podcast episode with Matt Martin @voxmatt CEO at Clockwise @getclockwise!
#levelupengineering #timemanagement #Productivity
1. Go easy on yourself
Engineering management is a difficult job to do well. Becoming a great engineering manager means doing a couple of things every day. You canโ€™t get there overnight, so cut yourself some slack, and you'll be under less stress.
2. Do a calendar audit
This is the very foundation for everything you do to manage your time effectively: examine your calendar and take stock of your time. Doing a calendar audit only takes a few minutes, but itโ€™ll help you tremendously.
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Why reading/watching everything on internet is harmful ?
Most of the information on internet is repetitive just narrated by different persons.
Reading/watching the core concept once and understanding is key
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