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Your Top 10 Productivity Killers And How To Fix Them
www.fastcompany.com

How to cut through all those emails, meetings, and noisy coworkers to finally get things done.

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4 Ways to Overcome Fitness Procrastination
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You know how important fitness is to your health, yet something keeps you from working out. Jay Scott has the answer and what to do.

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11 Easy Tips Guaranteed To Prevent Productivity Burnout
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If you’re anything like me, staying focused and productive over the course of an eight hour plus day can be a challenge. For me there are not only a billion things tempting me into blissful distrac…

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Are Flexible Schedules The Secret To Beating Summer’s Productivity Slump?
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How to create a more flexible work environment that will help employees get more done.

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Here’s an Incredibly Easy and Cheap Way to Stay Motivated (That’ll Help You Through the Rough Days)
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Here’s an Incredibly Easy and Cheap Way to Stay Motivated (That’ll Help You Through the Rough Days): For all those times when you feel a little flat…

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How David Allen increased Drew Carey’s Productiivty
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David Allen says: “Most people have never tasted what it’s like to have nothing on their mind except whatever they’re doing.”

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Pre-Crastination: The Opposite of Procrastination
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Why we do some tasks before their time—and why pigeons do, too

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Small Business Ideas and Resources for Entrepreneurs
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Visit Inc.com for the latest issue of Inc. Magazine and get advice, tools, and services that help your small business grow.

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9 Ways Backed by Research to Turn Around a Bad Day
www.entrepreneur.com

Sucking it up is noble but try a little chocolate, too.

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Habit Stacking: 17 Small Productivity Habits
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The idea behind mini habits is that you can get to a lager habit if you start small, create simple goals, and aim for consistency.

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Taming email communications
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A few years ago, Merlin Mann conceived the notion of Inbox Zero. In a speech at Google he eloquently described what it is we all want: to finally gain control of our overflowing inboxes, and ultima…

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Two Harvard Professors Reveal One Reason Our Brains Love to Procrastinate
jamesclear.com

ometime around 2006, two Harvard professors began to study why we procrastinate. Why do we avoid doing the things we know we should do, even when it’s clear that they are good for us?

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There is No Such Thing as a Perfect Time
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Are you waiting for a “perfect time?” Putting off the big things in your life until there is a better, more perfect moment. What if that moment never comes? No Perfect Time “Now is not a good time….

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My Next Productivity Experiment: One Month of Netflix
alifeofproductivity.com

Naturally, now that I’ve finished writing my book, I’ve got a lot more time on my hands.  While brainstorming ideas for productivity experiments with a few friends the other day, we came to realize something curious: while I’ve experimented quite a bit with getting more done, I haven’t invested too …

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How Successful People Plan Their Week
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Successful people take command of their week using these 10 ideas. Discover how to increase your success.

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Neil deGrasse Tyson: Work and Life Don’t Always Have to Be Balanced
lifehacker.com

We all know how things can spiral out of control if you don’t know how to balance your work and home life. However, perfect balance may not always be necessary. In fact, lacking that balance might just help you come up with more creative solutions to your problems.

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Waste Less of Your Time in Meetings with the 10-30-50-90 Method
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If you’re someone that automatically schedules your meetings to be an hour long, this method of timing meetings could net you more time to get other things done.

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7 ways to add an extra hour to your day
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How can we be so effective in our work, that we’re creating an extra hour for our life outside of work? Here are seven tips.

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Deadlines are good for productivity
www.cityam.com

Don’t fall into the common trap of wrongly estimating the time a project will take WORK expands so as to fill the time available for its completion.

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Want to be more productive? Start understanding your brain
fortune.com

“When we dedicate a portion of our day to quiet thinking, we get more done and generate higher-quality ideas.”

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Video: The False Choice Loophole. One of My Personal Favorites.
gretchenrubin.com

In my new (bestselling) book, Better Than Before, I identify the twenty-one strategies of habit-formation, and one is the Strategy of Loophole-Spotting.

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The 3 Biggest Misconceptions About Discovering Your Life Purpose
www.finerminds.com

Many people spend years pondering the question “What is my life purpose?” For some it can be a lifelong journey to discover.

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Get Better Sleep: 5 Powerful New Tips From Research
www.bakadesuyo.com

Tired of being tired? Here are 5 ways to get better sleep from an expert in the field.

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4 Ways to Boost Your Gmail Productivity for Good
productivityist.com

Email is an effective communication tool, but only if it’s being used reasonably. Using these tips, you can become more effective in your workday.

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How to Drop Your Fear of Failure Once and For All
www.stevenaitchison.co.uk

Fear of failure makes you play small in life. It stops you from chasing your dreams -and it needs to be dropped once and for all. Ready to do just that?

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Outlook Tip: Using Outlook 2013’s People Peek
www.michaellinenberger.com

June 29, 2015 You may know that Outlook 2013 allows you to “peek” at bits of the major datatypes (Mail, Calendar, People, and Tasks) by hovering your mouse over their labels in the lower left. The …

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