When you are exhausted, nothing is worse than lying in bed desperately trying and failing to fall asleep. You might have better luck drifting off into dreamland if you try to stay awake instead.
Keep, the slim-but-handy note-taking app from Google, got a useful update today that added two features: labels, so your note can finally get a bit more organized, and recurring reminders, so you can remember to actually use those notes. The update is live on the web, and should be rolling out to Android slowly (though […]
If your typical diet keeps your feeling sluggish, just shake up your menu — it’ll boost your mood too. In the video above, Buzz60 lists the give best foods to help you feel and perform your best. Some foods on the list boost your brainpower,…
We all have small gaps of time in our schedule throughout the day. That time adds up. You want to use those gaps wisely so your time doesnât go to waste. One option is to assign small tasks to them every morning.
High quality me-time not only improves your psychological wellbeing it can also make you a more engaged employee, scientists have found.
It’s time to rethink this everyday communications tool.
How do you get an increasing number of tasks accomplished everyday with the busy life of a business owner?
I was remembering the other day about my first couple of years working professionally. It was in the early ’90s. Email was just being introduced into the workplace. I received around ten emails a day, only about half of them requiring an answer. Most of the time, if a co-worker had a question, they would […]
Becoming a healthier you in small, reasonable steps
Successful women are masterful at time management. Every jot is carefully allocated, every moment deftly planned.
Have you ever gotten to the end of a day (or a week) and thought, âWow, I was really busy, but I feel like I got almost nothing done!â I hear this from clients every week, so I am guessing that…
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Getting Things Done by David Allen. You will find there the most popular system of tasks and goals management, which is easy to implement. Allen gives you real world nuts and bolt tools that will make or break you.
Itâs normal to veer off course when pursuing goals. Sometimes this happens because weâre not truly committed to our goals. Other times, itâs because we struggle to hold ourselves accountable for doing the necessary work.
Simple meditation is the first step to living more mindfully, being present in each moment and enjoying it without your mind being elsewhere
Most people underestimate the power of music. However, they can’t deny the impact it has on their lives by way of the entertainment industry, and the performing arts. (I should know â while freelance writing, I’m also a musician, a songwriter, and a programming consultant for an FM radio station).
What exactly is a life purpose? I share examples of life purposes, address common myths surrounding life purpose, and 5 benefits of having a life purpose.
While in-depth venture management software applications work for some people, many individuals just want a simple indication and process app that helps them get things done on time. From shopping details to keeping in mind preparation projects and conferences, indication and process applications can keep you on schedule so you never skip a due date […]
Life is never easy with a monkey in your head.
Photo credit: M Car/Flickr As a music lover, Iâve been very intrigued by different music streaming services and the playlists they provide for different mo
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Consistency: The Real Fastline to Success and Productivity
Motivation works well in the short-term. If you set a new goal, you can probably summon up the motivation to pursue it earnestly for a week
Struggle with productivity? Pick up a copy of these four best productivity books—and soak up their work-smarter-not-harder lessons.
If you’re feeling a little insecure at work, it’s easier to set up obtainable goals so you’re always achieving something. However, while it might sound counterintuitive, over at Fast Company, marketing strategist Ted Karczewski suggests that one way to counter self-doubt is to give yourself impossible goals.
You might know what goes into forming a good habit or fixing a bad one, but it’s also important you keep focused on the right ones. Asking yourself whether a habit will fix a problem or not can help you prioritize your habit-forming goals.