Marco AgasIndustrial Engineer
"I tried plenty of task managers, but they all felt more or less the same. LifeHQ ticked all the boxes for me and included many features I've read about in top books about productivity."
Stojan PeshovFrontend Developer at Cylindo
"It's a good way to clear my mind from thinking about the future and stressing about how much is left to do. It helps me focus on what I can do today and feel good about it once I complete all my daily tasks."
Zoran StoilovFreelance Developer
"I've always strugled with balancing my productivity with my personal development. LifeHQ is the only tool that allows me to do both in one place."
What makes LifeHQ better?
1. Get organized
Define your goals and review your progress with our productivity journals
Record every day how you are moving forward.
Catch procrastination before it gains momentum.
Crystalize your goals.
Review your progress every week, month or year and plan your future.
2. Turn goals into projects
Goals are only dreams until they become projects
Define and organize the concrete steps for accomplishing your goals
1. Organize tasks in todo-lists.
2. Schedule milestones and deadlines.
3. Create and upload resources.
3. Stay focused with the Master List
Weekly and Daily planners
Prioritize your daily tasks from your projects into the
Categorize them into Urgent, Important and Extra lists.
Next morning focus on the select tasks in the master list and use the most productive time of the day for getting things done.
4. Work productively
Pomodoro cycles for short & focused work sessions
Focus naturally by working on one thing at a time.
Short work periods are easier to protect against distractions.
Regular breaks keep you fresh and alert throughout the day.
5. Have a daily mission
Keep track of your daily productivity
The LifeHQ dashboard defines your daily mission that makes today a success:
1. Finish all tasks from your master list.
2. Stay consistent with your habits.
3. Write your journal.
Bonus: Track your healthy habits
The things you should be doing but aren't
Habits are the little things important to our long term health and happiness that often slip
through our fingers.
As the saying goes: What gets measured gets managed.