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The following slidedeck was part of a presentation given at Social Media Week Vancouver, September 2012.

Staying connected and staying productive can be a very tricky thing to do. Sure, there are tools out there that will keep your feet somewhat planted in both camps, but the biggest tool for this is you. This session aims to show how you and your habits can make you the good kind of tool – as opposed to just being one.

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  • THESOCIAL MEDIA/PRODUCTIVITY BALANCING ACT @ m i ke v a r d y - h t t p : / / m i ke v a r d y. c o m
  • LessSizzle...
  • ...More Steak!
  • Time ChunkingAllows you to work with optimum productivity.It’s worth trying in some form or anotherbecause it removes a decision from the processof doing: what to do and when to do it.
  • TOOLS
  • • AwayFind (http://awayfind.com)• Asana (http://asana.com)• HootSuite (http://hootsuite.com)• Buffer (http://bufferapp.com)• 30/30 (http://binaryhammer.com)• Evernote (http://evernote.com)• Forced Discipline Applications (Freedom, StayFocused, Concentrate)
  • Discipline isn’t enough.
  • You needwillpower.
  • Do stuff. Do the right stuff.Then...talk about that stuff.
  • Then you can do your right stuff...better.
  • Thank you.(All images used in this presentation were used with permission or were Creative Commons licensed.) @ m i ke v a r d y - h t t p : / / m i ke v a r d y. c o m