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3 Job Evils That Pollute Your Productivity
money.usnews.com

How to get the most done despite your endless email and nonstop meetings.

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Three time management apps use data analysis to conquer the clock
www.pcworld.com

These apps do more than mark time. They help you see where your day’s going and make better decisions about how you spend it.

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Why Time Management didn’t work for you AND how to fix it!
jimsmarketingblog.com

Discover the key to mastering time management, so you make massively more progress than ever before.

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The Theory of Cumulative Stress: How to Recover When Stress Builds Up
lifehacker.com

For most people, stress is simply a fact of life, and you need to learn how to manage it. Simply ignoring the stress in your life can cause it to snowball and take a physical toll. Here’s how to deal with your stress when it starts to build up.

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The Stupidity of Cutting Sleep
www.scotthyoung.com

Last week I did a live workshop for the students in Learning on Steroids. One of the listeners asked me whether I knew a way to reduce sleep

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5 Tell-Tale Signs Your Body Is Craving More Shut-Eye
www.pickthebrain.com

A guide to help you discover if your body is craving more shut-eye.

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How to Stop Wasting Time in Meetings
workawesome.com

Not all meetings are bad, but there are definitely chatty clients out there. Click here to read more about how to avoid unnecessary meetings.

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How More of the “Same” Can Make You More Productive
timemanagementninja.com

In your search for productivity, are you constantly changing up your game? Always trying new techniques, tools, and the latest gadgets? This constant state of flux can actually make you less produc…

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How to approach your to-do list
freakishlyproductive.com

Read this, because I can almost guarantee you’re not approaching it well right now.

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14 things you do that RUIN your productivity
www.cosmopolitan.co.uk

Read this. Your heaving to-do list is begging you to.

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Why You Should Make Your Smartphone Your Primary Email Device
www.productivityist.com

One of the most common productivity pitfalls I’ve come across is that people spend too much time in their email application than in any other application on their computer. This problem is universal, whether the user is a Windows or OS X devotee. The pull of email is strong. And it’s often strengthened by those […]

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When Changing Habits, “Be Careful Whom You Choose To Let in on Your Change Plan.”
www.gretchenrubin.com

Happiness and habits interview: Brian Little. I’d heard about the work of Dr. Brian Little from many pals of mine who are interested in the same kinds of sub

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This Is Why You’ll Regret Not Getting Enough Sleep
www.lifehack.org

Learn the averse health effects on your physical and emotional health that a lack of sleep can cause in this infographic.

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Procrastination, Shmastination. 3 Power Tools to Get Things Done
www.lifehack.org

Get Things Done Using These 3 Power Tools

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How Inbox by Gmail Works, and How to Use It for More Productive Email
lifehacker.com

Last week, Google released a brand new email service called Inbox. If you’re new to Inbox or just confused about what it does and how it works, here’s what we’ve found after a week of using it as a daily driver.

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Any.do 2.0 Adds New Tools to Collaborate, Plan Your Day, and More
lifehacker.com

iOS/Android/Web: Any.do is one of our favorite to-do apps, and Any.do 2.0 promises to make it even better. The new update includes tools to manage family and household to-dos, work and team projects, voice notes and attachments, and a premium tier that adds much-desired features like customizable recurring tasks.

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Identify and Avoid “Ah, Screw It” Moments to Form Better Habits
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Making new habits is difficult because it forces our brains to alter what comes naturally to us. Naturally, this leads to moments where we say, “Ah, screw it,” and go back to our old ways. Identifying when these happen can be key to overcoming them and sticking to the habit.

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How to control your personal Time Machine – your mind
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The speed of time is not as linear as it first appears. It varies subjectively depending on what we are thinking and doing. In this webinar, Tom Evans, the creator of Living Timefully, explains how we can get more done with less time by changing the speed and the nature of our thoughts.

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Napping or Taking Downtime is Good for Productivity
www.youthhealthmag.com

A survey conducted by Harris Interactive found that millions of American adults feel guilty about taking downtime, resting, or napping, making them check work-related emails or do some work even while on vacation or during weekends.

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In Pictures: 20 great productivity apps for Android, iOS, and the Web
www.computerworld.com.au

These 20 essential apps work on all three platforms, helping you stay productive no matter what device you or your co-workers use

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Three suggestions for healthier eating and better productivity
www.bdlive.co.za

UNHEALTHY lunch options tend to be cheaper and faster than healthy alternatives, making them all the more alluring in the middle of a busy workday.

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Minimalism – Can it transform your workday?
www.news.com.au

SLEEK, uncluttered workplaces are the buzz around town right now, with mobile workstations and standing desks becoming the norm. Can this apparent trend towards minimalism help transform your workday from ordinary to extraordinary?

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Qoffee Creates an Agenda to Keep Your Meetings Moving
lifehacker.com

You’ve just spent an hour in yet another fruitless meeting. Worse yet, it went halfway into lunch. Yaaay. Qoffee solves this problem by setting an agenda that you’ll actually stick to.

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Analyze Your Flawed Beliefs to Achieve Your Goals
lifehacker.com

We all hold ourselves back by staying within our comfort zones. By analyzing your current beliefs, you might be able to shift them and break free of the ones that cage you.

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Declutter by Asking One Question:
lifehacker.com

Most of us declutter by throwing away things we simply don’t use, or rehoming items that get in the way of productivity. Try throwing away anything that doesn’t bring you happiness instead.

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keep-a-top-3-to-do-list-to-keep-your-momentum-up
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Your to-do list probably fills up pretty quickly. When the things on your list get overwhelming, motivation starts to drop. Combat this by picking the three most important items and giving them their own, top priority list.

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