25/55 Productivity Accountability Technique

25/55 Productivity Accountability Technique

In this week’s episode, we are going to introduce you to a productivity accountability technique called 25/55 (named for touching base every 25 and 55 minutes of every working hour). We describe what the 25/55 productivity accountability technique is, its components and why it works, how long you should practice a technique like this, and even a discussion on automating your check-ins. We’ll close out with some tips for those who may not feel like 25/55 will work for them; you’d be surprised!

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In this Cast | 25/55 Productivity Accountability Technique

Ray Sidney-Smith

Augusto Pinaud

Francis Wade

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