Top 20 tips to hack your productivity
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Top 20 tips to hack your productivity

Increase your productivity with this top 20 tips that will help you to hack your personal productivity.
4.1 (5 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
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Created by Carles Fernández
Last updated 3/2016
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  • 2 hours on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Better time management
  • To be more productive
  • Reduce your stress
  • Apply different productivity techniques
  • Boost your focus
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  • To have constancy for better results
  • To have desire and motivation

Do you have a lot of things to do but no time to do them? Are all that things important or you can prioritize?

Do not wait more time. You can do more with less.

This course is going to boost your productivity. I will talk about 20 practical tips that will increase your productivity if you follow them.

We will se the flow you have to follow, how to avoid distractions and procrastination, how to be more organized, and up to 20 more tips.

The course has 3 sections:

  • Introduction: focusing on the habits.
  • Personal scope: to-do lists, inbox, 2 minutes rule, Pomodoro technique, pencil and paper, health and minimalism.
  • Tech scope: zero inbox, tasks, calendar, Evernote, clean computer.
  • Working scope: keyboard shortcuts, passwords, keyboard speed, meetings, interruptions.
Who is the target audience?
  • People overwhelmed by work
  • People who want to improve their productivity
  • People who want to have more control on their time
  • Those who tend to the dispersion and loss of focus
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Curriculum For This Course
22 Lectures
4 Lectures 12:06

What is the course about.

Preview 01:59

The flow is about the things you can do with any staff that comes to you: Delete, Archive, Take action, Delegate.

Preview 02:30

Procrastination is the avoidance of doing a task which needs to be accomplished.[1] It is the practice of doing more pleasurable things in place of less pleasurable ones, or carrying out less urgent tasks instead of more urgent ones, thus putting off impending tasks to a later time



Habits are all. If you don't have constancy and determination to incorporate a habit in your daily routine, everithing else is useless.

The habit

Questions about section 1

Questions about section 1
1 question
Personal scope
7 Lectures 30:15

Get rid of all the things that pop up to your mind. Put it in a to-do list system.

To-do list

'Inboxes' are all that places where you collect any information in order to keep an order and do not forget about it.


25 minutes of work + 5 minutes rest = pomodoro

Pomodoro technique

If something comes to you and it will take less than two minutes, the do it.

Two minutes rule

The simplest and oldest productivity method.

Pencil and paper

Buy the minimum, only if you are going to use it a lot and pay what is worth for it. Pay for good quality. The cheapest becomes the most expensive with time.

Shopping minimalism

Drink water, rest good and enough, and eat healthy (less fat and more fruit and vegetables) = more productivity.

Health for productivity

Questions about section 2

Questions about section 2
1 question
Tech scope
5 Lectures 37:40

Let's move your email inbox to zero.

Inbox mail to zero.

More than a to-do list with google tasks.

Google Tasks

Another very usefull feature of google. The Calendar.


An amazing tool to gather information and keep it on the cloud.


Keep clean your hard drive. Keep at least 1/3 of your drive empty.

Keep clean your hard drive.

Questions about section 3

Questions about section 3
1 question
Working scope
5 Lectures 31:30

Gain hours a year using the keyboard shortcuts of your OS.

Preview 07:01

Do not worry about passwords anymore. Use a password manager.


Gain hours a year improving your typing speed.

Speed your typing

Some tips that will do your meetings more productive.


Focus your mind and avoid distractions. Some tips to do that.

Avoid interruptions

Questions about section 4

Questions about section 4
1 question
1 Lecture 02:56

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About the Instructor
Carles Fernández
3.9 Average rating
109 Reviews
2,861 Students
5 Courses
Licenciado en Ciencias geológicas

Soy un geólogo que lleva trabajando más de 10 años en El Salvador (CA) en temas relacionados con la gestión de riesgo de desastres. He realizado caracterizaciones de inundabilidad y susceptibilidad a movimientos de ladera, planes de gestión de riesgo municipales y de ordenamiento territorial.

En cuanto a mi formación académica, me licencié en geología por la Universitat Autónoma de Barcelona; estudié un posgrado en Hidrología subterránea en la Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya y un Máster en geología experimental en la Universitat de Barcelona.

También soy director del podcast de geología y ciencias de la Tierra GeoCastAway, el cual inició en 2009.