All posts by Caleb Jones

Final Post Here – Subscribe to the Caleb Jones Blog for More

My schedule has become too busy to maintain three blogs, so this will be my final post here at Sublime Your Time. I will leave this blog up and running indefinitely, however. I’ve also put a handy archive at the New Here page so you can easily access old articles. I will start posting more… Continue Reading →

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5 Ways to Optimize Your Workspace for Maximum Productivity

You’re going to spend a sizeable part of your life working in your office. More importantly, your office is where the money is made. You need to ensure your office setup is configured for both maximum productivity and maximum comfort. Here’s how: 1. Invest in a very good office chair This goes back to one… Continue Reading →

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Why You Shouldn’t Use Your Inbox As Your To-Do List

If you start to use a simple to-do list once a day, your productivity will increase 27% on average even if you do nothing else differently. This is regardless of if you use an app, a spreadsheet, or a written piece of paper. That’s how powerful having a written to-do list is. Often when I ask people… Continue Reading →

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Peter Drucker’s Five Step Problem Solving Process

Peter Drucker was one of the greatest business minds in our culture. One of the many techniques I’ve used is his five step problem solving formula. It’s as simple as it is sublime. It’s below with my commentary. Whenever you have a key problem in your business, take a minute, pull up a blank document,… Continue Reading →

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Removing Yourself from the Flow of Work

To live a high-income, low-work lifestyle, your job is to remove yourself from the flow of work as much as humanly possible. This is one of those “simple but not easy” things to do. The process is very simple. It’s not easy, because it’s emotionally difficult. As the big, badass business owner / entrepreneur, you… Continue Reading →

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The Horror of Wasted Time (and its cure)

How cool is this? Someone actually made a video demonstrating my favorite time metaphor (or at least close it), first postulated by Robert Ringer. The quickie, abbreviated version is that you have about 20,000 days of life as an adult before you die, but those 20,000 days are more like 6,000 days when you factor in… Continue Reading →

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