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Stories of 4 Motivational Speakers to Inspire You for the Rest of Your Life
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These motivational speakers have stories that impact the way people feel and act for the rest of their life.

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MultCloud Ties Together All Your Cloud Storage Services
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If you like to take advantage of free space for your files, you no doubt have several cloud storage accounts. MultCloud helps you access and search all of your files in one place so you don’t need to sign into several accounts.

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Productivity tips from the best
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Lifehack has gathered some truly great productivity tips from a host of the world’s most eminent minds…

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The Costanza Principle: Better Decisions Through Your Inner Contrarian
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When it comes to making strong, objective decisions, you’re about the last person on earth you should trust. So today, we’re taking a page from Seinfeld’s George Costanza.

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Infographic: Productivity — Work-Life Balance Realities, Threats and Motivators (Visual.ly) « Bowdoin Daily Sun
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Tips for Maintaining Your Productivity Through the Dog Days of Summer
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Some say the pace of work and productivity moves a bit slower during the summer months. That is definitely not the case in our office, where deadlines know no season, but amid the busyness, the vibe seems a little more relaxed. In the Pacific Northwest, …

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Work Smart – Productivity hacks to help you manage your work load.
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In any professional environment, increased productivity remains a goal that people continuously strive for and often fail to achieve. by utilizing certain tricks, we can help ourselves manage our time better and be more productive during our day. Here are 5 tricks that may help increase your productivity.

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Slash Your To-Do List in Half With This Productivity Hack
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How awesome is it to check items off your to-do list? For most, it’s bliss. Now imagine if you could achieve the same thrill you get when checking off 2 items on your to-do list by only doing 1 of the tasks. Impossible? Think again. Below is the answer…the 1 stone for your 2 birds….

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The Ugly Truth About Meetings [Infographic]
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This infographic shows just how unproductive meetings can be, and what companies can do to make them more efficient.

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Can You Get Your Inbox to Zero for THIS Week?
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Today is Friday, is your inbox empty? Can you claim the coveted title of Inbox Zero? Maybe not. But, how about this¦ could you get your Inbox to Zero for just this work week? Leave the Week with …

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The Paradigm Shift That Helped Me Defeat Perfectionism Once and for All
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There are a lot of things that stand in the way of finishing our projects. Perfectionism is major trap. Here’s how to break free.

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Do a Daily Debrief of Your Schedule to Identify Lulls in Your Focus
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Budgeting your time is a helpful way to keep a distracted mind under control. If you’re trying to keep a schedule, perform a daily debrief to identify when you’re at your best, or your worst.

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The Biggest Pitfalls of Long-Term Goals (and How to Beat Them)
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If you set your mind to it, you can achieve most short-term goals, like losing weight in a few months. Future targets are much more difficult, like where you see yourself three years down the line. Before you set off on these long-term goals, it’s good to know what pitfalls you can expect and mentally […]

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Multitasking, The Ultimate Productivity Killer
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Multitasking is the dumbest thing you can do. Not only will it make you produce sloppy work, but it actually does damage to things like your memory. I know we all have a lot to do, and there’s neve…

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Crazy things people have done in the name of productivity
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Sometimes I get stuck in distracting loops that are so hard to break free from that it feels like the only option is to try something utterly crazy because well, nothing normal is working. These do…

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The New Habit Challenge: Use An Email Autoresponder Every Day
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We once dubbed the autoresponder “The Greatest Productivity Tool You Never Thought Of.” But were we just being hyperbolic? You tell us.

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Eat Your Way To A More Productive You
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Here are some specific healthy choices that you might consider for working in a traditional office environment, out on the road, or one of the trendy new work from home (WFH) setups.

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With Habits, “It Helps to Adopt Simple Rules.”
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Habits interview: Cass Sunstein. I’m hard at work on Better Than Before, my book about habits, which focuses on how to change a habit – whatever you want

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[How to] Handle conflicting core work demands
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Doing your core work is the key to reaching your goals. But how do you handle conflicting demands from different cores?

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Time Management with Excel
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5 Useful Tools to Get You Speed-Reading Like a Pro
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Start speed-reading today with these five useful speed-reading websites and applications.

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7 Great Ways To Overcome Loss Of Motivation
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Feeling no motivation? Here are the 7 great ways how to overcome loss of motivation right away…

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How to Find Balance Between High Productivity and Overworking
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You have no problem keeping busy. No problem crossing things off your to-do list. You multitask like it’s going out of style. But the weeks continue to fly by and you can’t help but be dissatisfied with what you’ve actually accomplished. I got sick of this pattern. So I changed it.

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15 Minutes Might Be the Ideal Meeting Length
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A meeting that drones on and on is hardly productive. Keeping a meeting to 15 minutes is ideal for the same reason that TED talks are maxed out at 18 minutes: attention span and memory.

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How to Use the Infinite Number of Email Addresses Gmail Gives You
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One trick you may or may not have picked up about Gmail is that you can add in periods anywhere in the front part of your address and it makes no difference whatsoever: john.smith@gmail.com works just the same as johnsmith@gmail.com. What’s more, you can add a plus sign and any word before the @ sign […]

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Worksnaps’ New Web Application is now ready!
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We believe that the new release will vastly improve usability and flexibility to manage projects and track time, ultimately leading to more efficiency. Here are the few highlights of our new web application:

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