The Podcast is a weekly conversation between Michael (our CEO) and Radek (Nozbe VP Apple.) In November, our hosts, first, continue their discussion on minimalism and then move on to working on an iPad, getting involved and asking themselves why they do what they do. Read on, choose your episode and get some great insight.
You can have the best intentions in the world, but you won’t get very far if your environment is working against those intentions. Productivity requires an environment that allows people to get things done. Making a few small modifications to your work environment can keep everyone moving forward with the maximum amount of momentum.
Working remotely has many advantages over traditional “office mode”. One of them is the way we truly can’t wait to meet in person at the company reunions. Watch this short video showing how Nozbe team spent time during the last get-together in Cracow.
Welcome back to our FAQ series in which we answer popular questions that our users ask us in their emails. This time, we want to talk about archiving.
Have you ever continually checked the time almost every 5 minutes while you are at work? You are just too tired to cope with the day’s work and you can’t compile the work to wait till the next day. You’re now wondering how to pull through this situation.
If you wish to find out what to do in order to read faster and memorize everythig you read - we have a fantastic source of basic info for you. If your reading speed doesn’t worry you as much as stage frigth and anxiety you have to deal with before presentations, public speaking etc., we recommend this Nozbe.how template.
Nozbe supports many languages. We offer not only the app, but also on-boarding, educational materials, blog posts, email campaigns and newsletters in multiple languages. To get these materials all sorted and delivered on time, we set up a simple system for collaborating with contractors based all over the world.
Ah, productivity. It can be the bane of our existence. Whether your team works remotely or in-house, when your team isn’t on the ball, productivity suffers, morale drops, and revenue goes down.
Worst of all, stuff piles up so that everyone becomes more frustrated and even less motivated. Working on your own productivity is one thing. But how the heck do you make a whole team more productive so that stuff gets done?