Chores. No one really enjoys these menial yet essential tasks, mostly because they suck up valuable time we’d rather be spending on something else.
My mother taught me more about productivity habits, the power of consistency, and making a positive impact in the world than any other person in my life.
Do you need any help to boost productivity at work? Try getting “in the zone” The scientific explanation for being “in the zone” is called Flow.
Before I start digging in to what I think are the five key take-home messages from this book, I’ll link back to the thirteen previous entries, in order, for people who want to read them in order.
Have you ever experienced that feeling before? Where you’re so in the zone, that time just seems to be passing without you even realizing it. It’s almost a surreal experience, where you can almost notice how productive you’re currently being
This week while I have been on a sort of working holiday in Singapore (working meaning I am still working but not doing any events or speaking or meetings so much) I managed to reduce my inbox count to a total of 0!
The Rule of 3 is a productivity tactic that has you outlining your long and short-term goals. By making your goals clear, you are making yourself accountable and you know exactly what you are working toward.
When you need to get your creative juices flowing, it’s best if you move away from your regular work spot. In fact, the Buffer blog suggests having a second messy desk just for your creative pursuits.
1. Multitasking does not save time.
3 toxic habits can cripple your productivity. Perfectionism, contentment, and the need for approval can rob your success.
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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 […]
Sometimes, you need more than conventional wisdom and obvious advice to get yourself back on track.
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.
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.
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….
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.
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 […]
James Reinhart, cofounder of thredUp.com, shared five morning rituals to keep you productive all day.