#GuildChat for 02/03/17: Effectively Getting Stuff Done

Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, February 3rd at 11AM PT/2PM ET. This week’s topic is Effectively Getting Stuff Done.

GuildChat_LogoContinuing with our series of chats about sharing what works, this week we’re talking about tips and advice for how to get traction on your work. We all have great intentions when working on projects but sometimes life gets in the way, causing snags in getting started, keeping your momentum going, and/or meeting the deadlines you’ve set.

In this week’s #GuildChat we’ll discuss practical ideas for how to keep your projects moving forward. We’ll explore tips on what aspects of getting things done you can directly control yourself and examine techniques you can use when inefficient collaboration with others may be slowing a project down. We’ll also take a look at the tools and processes that you find most useful for keeping on top of your tasks.

Join us as we share what we each find works best to help us get our tasks done on time and with minimal stress!

 

Prospective question:

Q1. What gets in the way of moving forward on the things you want to get done?
Q2. What tips do you have for making starting a project easier?
Q3. It’s easy to get bogged down in the middle of a project. How do you keep your momentum going?
Q4. What are your common causes for missing project deadlines? What helps you avoid/mitigate those issues?
Q5. What specific tips can help you keep projects moving forward when you’re collaborating with others?
Q6. How you get tasks done when your workload is high and/or you have a lot of competing priorities?
Q7. What software or apps do you find help you get stuff done?
Q8. When you get stuck on a project, what do you find helps you get unstuck?

 

Missed the chat? Don’t worry – you can still read through what happened on our Storify of the chat!

 

 

 

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