Daniel Goodman / Business InsiderAt the end of this hour, she’ll feel awesomely accomplished.Imagine you had complete freedom to structure a single hour of
These oft-dreaded sessions can be fun, informative and purposeful, if you set some rules.
Since the early years when we shifted to computers there was one type of enclosure that had become the standard (for better or worse)… the cubicle. Mocke
Whatever you make of self-help, and whether you take this to constitute a form of it or not, I here present the top-most three means that I found over the years to get productive.
I used to poke fun at my wife because she has some OCD tendencies. For example, different foods canât touch each other on the dinner plate. For me, I just pour gravy over everything. Or what about how the bed needs to be made just right or else she canât fall asleep? I passed out […]
You might assume that humans buy products because of what they are, but the truth is that we often buy things because of where they are. For example, items on store shelves that are at eye level tend to be purchased more than items on less visible shelves.
It’s easy to lose time and concentration when your attention is pulled from one task to another. Here are some tips for how to set goals while multitasking.
Back in the 1890s, French researcher Max Ringelmann discovered what others later called the Ringelmann effect : The larger a workgroup, the more likely workers
iOS: Apps designed to help you build habits and achieve your goals are a dime a dozen, but Balanced is one of the simplest and most flexible to use. Rather than making you feel guilty if you âbreak the chain,â the app gently reminds you of the stuff you would like to get done.
Without prioritizing your productivity, you may get bogged down, doing random stuff that may be fun, but wonât bring you any closer to finishing.
Staying productive in todayâs digital age is challenging since data and information seems to be coming at us from all different angles. Most clever content marketers have already heard about or are…
Launched just over two years ago in 2013, Keep is a web and Android (4.0.3+) based app (note: at the time of writing there’s no official IOS version) for managing reminders, to-dos and notes in an easy to read format.
If I were to ask how many of our readers have enough time, few would say yes. With that in mind, allow me to offer you a few methods to “gain” an extraÂ hour per day to do with as you wish. As an unnecessary disclaimer, I understand that promising to offer you 25 hours per…
Finding your “minimum effective dose” for tasks can not only save you time but make you more productive, too.
We present 8 tips to master your paperless life with Evernote.
4 productivity tips from award-winning director Adam McKay that will help you complete multiple projects.
5 Simple Solutions to Get Back Your Timeâand Your Sanity Too My wife, Gail, recently purchased a DVD set of The Jetsons. Remember that? The cartoon imagined what life would be like in the future: robots, flying cars, and other conveniencesâlike minimal work hours. But it hasnât panned out like that, has it? Believe it […]
Can specific colors boost your productivity?…
Rules high-performance people live by, and you should too, according to an award-winning author.
Procrastination costs us time and takes up vital energy, yet it’s something most of us do. If you’re avoiding, delaying, or sidestepping something, you can use these tips to combat procrastination and boost your productivity.
Persistent chat tools like Hipchat, Yammer, Slack, and Campfire can quickly turn into productivity nightmares. This post discusses why this happens.
A while back, I read Launch by Jeff Walker. It’s a good book on online business, and I learned a lot from it. But there is an interesting statement there that I’d like to explore here. In the book, the author stated that the most important concept in business for him is “opportunity cost.”
5 tips on how to increase your sleep quality.
It’s simple: Get up early and wait.
Regular use on the job is an invitation to dependence. And drug dependence makes ordinary workplace pressures look delightful in comparison. By Martha Farah.