I’ve gotta get this done. I’m going to try and do that tomorrow. Both of these statements signal upcoming problems for really getting things done.
When you hear people talk about âsetting intentions and creating your reality,it’s easy to dismiss it as a bunch New Age hocus pocus. But the truth is, the world around us is not nearly as soli…
As entrepreneurs, leaders, and bosses, we must realize that everything we think about we are projecting into the future. Read on to find the words of wisdom that will inspire your heart, motivate your mind in building your business, leading your life, creating success, achieving your goals, and overcoming your fears.
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If you Google “daily habits of successful people” you’ll find almost every business-focused media outlet represented in the results. But if you’re looking for a guaranteed roadmap to success, don’t get excited just yet. If you read all of those articles, or even a few of them, you’ll soon realize that successful people have a […]
This change in our lives, eliminating the unnecessary so we can focus more on what really matters, has caused me to evaluate my own thoughts and beliefs.
How To Get Unstuck: 3 ways for living a more meaningful and fulfilled life, even if you are struggling towards your dream life:
You spend the majority of your weekday here, so should your desk make you happy AND productive?
What do you do when youâre feeling groggy and uninspired in the morning? Click to read more about how to make your early mornings more productive.
Why Paper Plus Evernote Beats Pure Digital for Taking Notes Everyone knows I geek out when it comes to new technology. But sometimes old tech is the best tech, and that goes for taking notes. Last fall information guru Clay Shirky banned the use of laptops and other digital devices in his NYU classroom. It […]
Being behind on your work isn’t a fun place to be. Stress from unfinished tasks. Looming deadlines. Unprepared meetings. You spend more time day-dreaming aboutÂ being caught up, than you do actually…
When you face your to-do list each day, you might organize it by priority or mix in some rewards. Another approach is to find out which tasks give you energy and strength, just like Popeye uses spinach.
We’ve all had to read those rambling emails before. You’ll improve your writing skills if you occasionally rewrite a confusing incoming email.
Carl Sagan is a well known astronomer, cosmologist, author, and most obviously, science communicator and host of the show Cosmos. His views on science and general living are simultaneously inspirational and galvanizing. Let’s take a look at just a few of his ideas that are useful for all of us.
J.R.R. Tolkien once wrote, through the character of Gandalf, “All we have to decide is what to do with the time that is given to us.” If you want to know the secret to creating the world’s perfect time management system, then you need to listen to Gandalf. My own personal road to the perfect…
Slow and steady wins the race.
New research has found that checking email less reduces stress. It provides further evidence that stepping away from your inbox is a good idea not just for the sake of productivity, but also for the sake of your health. So what can you do to make your email habits healthier?
Life can be hectic at times and get the best of us. Find time to be alone with your thoughts and find solutions.
I’ve struggled over the years with wanting to “organize” all our stuff and get it in nice Pinterest-worthy order. I don’t usually have the inclination or the
How to Overcome What’s Holding You Back Itâs about that time. Based on the statistics, a large percentage of people who made New Yearâs resolutions are thinking about throwing in the towel. Some already have. According to research from the University of Scranton, nearly 4 out of 10 people quit their resolutions before reaching the […]
It’s funny, because many readers seem to think I’m a super productive, ultra focused, uber disciplined guy. I’m not.
Being ‘in the zone’ all the time is tiresome. The brain, just like any muscle, gets tired the more it’s used.
The blue light in your computer, tablet, or e-reader screen is destroying your sleep cycle and causing the symptoms of sleep deprivation even if you think you slept well at night.
Evernote is great, but it’s not exactly the most minimal, easy to use app on iOS. That said, you can use Drafts, another app in the App Store, to do a lot more with Evernote. Evernote Essentials author Brett Kelley shows off a bunch of tricks for integrating the two apps together for a better […]
iPhone: You have a ton of options for calendar apps in the iTunes App Store, but Shifts does things a little differently by catering more toward people who don’t have the typical nine to five schedule.
Momentum is a key force to your productivity. It’s the reason that sometimes you can work effortlessly, and at other times it feels like pulling teeth. You can structure your day so that you build momentum and ride it out strategically.