3 toxic habits can cripple your productivity. Perfectionism, contentment, and the need for approval can rob your success.
Where did the time go? You got on your computer and the next thing you know it’s been 3 hours and you’re in some vast part of the Interwebs, or perhaps on one of the many sites notorious for wasting time, neither of which of anything to with why you got online
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How do you deal with email overload, and the incessant pings of incoming email alerts? Baydin, the company behind a suite of productivity tools for busy..
My job as a functional medicine practitioner is to look at the at all the different factors that give rise to chronic and autoimmune diseases. A lot of those underlying factors are hormonal and physiological in nature, but another, often overlooked piece of the puzzle to your physical health is your mental and emotional stress […]
Why do some people who start from nothing achieve monumental things? It begins with your mindset. Whether life hands you a box of chocolates or a box of lemons, it’s really what you make of it. To accomplish everything you want in life, these are 10 things you can do to get there.
Sometimes, you need more than conventional wisdom and obvious advice to get yourself back on track.
My word for 2014 is focus. I chose to focus on only three tasks in 2014—releasing a sexual abuse recovery book, beginning the Uncaged Podcast (still in the works), and ramping up my speaking.
Today, we’ll give your our first five insights. Post them on the wall by your desk for inspiration, or share them with your friends and colleagues when they feel like throwing in the towel.
We all strive for productivity but frequently we miss out on the opportunities to really get on top of it. These 6 tips will help do just that.
The 25-year-old business book is still supremely relevant–but the number of distractions fighting for your attention might make you work a little harder.
Do you leave emails in your inbox so that you remember to read or tackle them? If so, you’re using your email to manage your tasks—and those are actually two very different things.
Do you have a plan for the day, or do you constantly just react to what comes up – emails, telephone calls, or other interruptions? If you’re just reacting, you aren’t getting the most important things done.
Get the most out of your day by preparing for it beforehand and choosing to do important tasks with effectiveness instead of efficiency.
Health experts tell us that “sitting is the new smoking.” That is, staying seated for long periods, instead of walking around and being active, is bad for our health. Now a new study reports that walking while working—by using a treadmill desk—not only improves employees’ health, but makes them more productive, too.
Reading a good book can be a rewarding experience, but it can be frustrating when the information just floats through your head without sticking in your memory. Luckily there are a few methods that can really make a difference in retaining information. The bookworms at Stack Exchange provide some tips to help your Jeopardy game.
If you want make sure your afternoons are highly efficient, take 20 minutes out of your lunch hour for a short yoga session.
The logistician Ludwig Wittgenstein said “nothing’s so difficult as not deceiving ourselves.” Clear heads are hard to come by, common sense is rarely common, and perception isn’t always reality….
Many of us struggle to get enough sleep every night, but is the sleep we get any good? While it’s important to get enough sleep, better sleep is a greater ally than more hours of sleep. We sat down with a sleep expert and a stack of studies to help you get a better night’s […]
The effect of Daylight Saving Time clearly indicates that sleep is not a luxury, but rather a necessity impacting our physical health, brain function and safety….
A study published in the journal PLOS ONE suggests that there are at least three types of burnout.
If you’re kind of stuck in achieving your resolutions, here’s how to make it work.
How long does it really take to form a new habit? Read this article to learn the science behind habit formation and how to use it best.
They say that the power of advertising is in the “white space.” Your eyes are more likely to be drawn to the pages and ads that have less text and more space around the words. When an ad has just a few words and lots of space around those words, we are more likely to […]