A few years ago I experienced a simple yet powerful brainstorming technique I call "notepad brainstorming".
Have you ever caught yourself asking that?
Have you ever noticed that if you work late into the evening or on a weekend, when nobody else is around, sometimes you can get a whole week's worth of work done in just a few hours? Why does that happen?
If your work requires thought, the culprits killing your productivity are probably "Flowbusters".
Huh? What is flow? Why is that important? What would bust it? Can we do anything about that?