Time-management is important. But Christians must be careful that in pursuing efficiency we don't fall for these five lies of productivity.
The power of personal policies is that they relieve you of exerting excess energy in making small choices. Personal policies minimize decision fatigue.
As Christians, we should seek to be a blessing to our employers. Remote work presents unique challenges, but it also presents unique opportunities to bring glory to God in our workplaces.
Working from home is a unique opportunity for Christians to demonstrate Christ-like integrity.
Overcommitment is a perennial problem for knowledge workers. Where does it come from and how do we resist it?
What if the heavy burden of expectations we are carrying for our professional lives, income, and productivity wasn't put there by our Lord who said his burden was light?
If you've ever laid awake at night, unable to make yourself stop thinking about an incomplete project, you've experienced the Zeigarnik Effect.
I still believe the daily to-do list is an important weapon in the battle for productivity. And, for believers, the fact that we don't always finish our lists should be viewed as a feature, not a flaw.