Entrepreneurship isn’t for the faint at heart. Founders must forge their own path, gather resources and take on huge financial risks – all in the hopes of avoiding the fate that 80 to 90 percent of startups suffer: failure.
That procrastinator in us is like a little “devil” that makes us put off things that we should be doing in favor of doing those things we would much rather do right now, even if the more enjoyable activity is just daydreaming! We procrastinate for a number of reasons, but the most common one is […]
Like me, you probably chose your line of work because you love it; the need for continual creativity, however, can drag you down. In this tutorial, I’ll help you learn how to organize your task list and your schedule according to your creative energy, so you can work inspired instead of stressed. | Difficulty: Beginner; […]
What is not started today is never finished tomorrow. – JW von Goethe Yes, your goals are within reach.Â In fact, achieving them is a simple process.Â It just requires commitment and action on your…
Â There are plenty of ways to sabotage your personal goals, dreams and desires.Â Procrastination, however, is the number one killer.Â Procrastinators self-destruct.Â They hinder their own potential…
If you’re stressed all the time, it can affect your productivity and damage your relationships. It’s time for a change.
If you’re on a team or a project where you need to collaborate with other people, Google Drive is the first place most people turn. And while Google Docs is often the tool of choice, Google Drive offers so much more. Sure, you could just start a new Google Doc and share it out with…
Expert-approved tips on how even the busiest person can carve out some “me time”—and why it’s so important to do it.
There are many software development (and personal development techniques that use a form of timeboxing as their main productivity tool. TimeBoxing:
It can be easy to let those precious 24 hours get away from us. But here are some mindful time management tips to make the most of your day.
1. Nuke it! The most efficient way to get through a task is to delete it. If it doesn’t need to be done, get it off your to do list. 2. Daily goals. Without a clear focus, it’s too easy to succumb to distractions. Set targets for each day in advance. Decide what you’ll do; […]
David Allen, who book “Getting Things Done” spawned a movement, shares why you need an “external brain” and the best way to treat social media.
Everybody has bad habits. Everybody. Now granted, some people have less than others and some people’s bad habits are more grating than those of others, but we all have them. What is great is that we don’t have to. We’re all capable of change, so let’s! There are two kinds of bad habits: The ones […]
Google Keep Quickly capture what is on your mind and be reminded at the right place or time.
When it comes to productivity, we all face the same challengeâthere are only 24 hours in a day. Yet some people seem to have twice the time.
How to cut through all those emails, meetings, and noisy coworkers to finally get things done.
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.
If youâre 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…
How to create a more flexible work environment that will help employees get more done.
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…
David Allen says: “Most people have never tasted what itâs like to have nothing on their mind except whatever theyâre doing.”
Why we do some tasks before their time—and why pigeons do, too
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Sucking it up is noble but try a little chocolate, too.
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.