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To-Do App Groupiful Adds Project Templates, a New Interface, and More
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Previously mentioned Groupiful makes it easy to collaborate with a small group of others on projects like school projects, home renovations or family reunions, but the service just updated with a sharp new interface, Dropbox integration, and more features to make organizing your to-dos or everyone’s to-dos easier.

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Mailbox Brings Its Email Client to the Mac, Invite-Only for Now
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Mailbox, the popular iOS and Android email app, has started sending out invitations for its public beta for the Mac app. You’ll need a beta key to check it out, but you can request one from the Mailbox site. You can find more info on the Mailbox blog.

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Increase Your Productivity with these Automation Tools for Entrepreneurs
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Sam from Easy Offices provides several tools and best practices to automate processes and make you, as a small business owner, more efficient and streamlined

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Monday morning sucks. For greater productivity plan next week on Friday
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Last year, I started saving my weekends and Monday morning with the most simple and efficient productivity hack I’ve ever tried: planning the following we…

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How to Kill Motivation Sucking Vampires & Finish What You Start
www.makeuseof.com

You know them well. The three vampires – Fear, Procrastination, and Apathy are waiting to ambush you at the next pass. Ready to puncture your personal growth. They have hit me quite frequently. And parts of me are lying in the graveyard of unfinished projects and unmet aspirations. There are two unbreakable rules for achieving…

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Why Tasks Don’t Belong on Your Calendar
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We have numerous sources of to-dos coming from many different directions. It’s a constant bombardment of e-mail, voice mail and incoming information that lands on the desk. On top of that, new tasks are already sitting around represented on papers and files, in meeting notes and on post-it…

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3 Ways to Beat Decision Fatigue
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We just have to get better, physically and emotionally in order to make better decisions. Click to read three ways to help overcome decision fatigue.

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12 Secrets To Super Productive Meetings You Should Know
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Learn the secrets of running highly productive meetings. Just adopt some of these hacks to transform boring, useless meetings into super productive ones.

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Your Day Job Isn’t an Excuse to Not Pursue Your Passion
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Most creative minds in history did not have the pleasure of sitting around only working on what they wanted. They had day jobs–just like you–because they still had to put food on the table, but that didn’t stop them.

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Learn How To Better Manage Your Time
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Time is something a lot of people find to be useful. Your life’s success is affected by how effectively you make use of your time. It also gives lets you break

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View Your Annoyances as Project Opportunities at Work
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No job is without its share of annoyances. While most of us tend to groan, sigh, and move on with our day, those moments of frustration may actually be golden opportunities calling to you.

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The Complex Relationship Between Happiness and Motivation
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Everyone is fueled by their own dreams and ambitions, but taking a close look at the complex relationship between happiness and motivation might give us a hint at what drives people to do their best work. Does happiness drive motivation?

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The Best Productivity Tricks You Can Learn From Firefighters
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Firefighters are always a call away, ready to tackle potentially dangerous situations. But while their job probably carries a ton of stress and responsibility, their methods and tricks can still apply to your job and everyday life.

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Write “Morning Pages” by Hand Every Day to Boost Productivity
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Author and journalist Julia Cameron claims the secret to a productive day is actually a simple practice. Every morning, take a pen and three blank pages and write down whatever you want to fill those pages.

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Trim œEgo Commitments From Your Life and Get Back Some Time
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Many of us take on responsibilities because they provide us prestige or recognition. If you have time constraints, consider dropping a few of these.

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How to Set Up Your Desk for Your Best Workday [Infographic]
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This infographic shows you how to set up your desk for a productive work day.

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Typing Speed for Fluid Thought
www.asianefficiency.com

How our ability (and speed) in capturing data enables fluid and better thought.

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5 Apps to Make Your Busy Life a Little Less Busy
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Our phones have become the center of our lives in many respects. And we can do things from the palm of our hand, with the tap of a button, that were never possible before. How does your phone make …

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App of the Week: Pushbullet- Share Anything Between Your Electronic Devices
www.legalproductivity.com

Pushbullet is an amazing app that pushes information and notifications to and from your electronic devices so you can always stay on top of things.

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1/6. How to Use Time Management 2.0 Skills to Accomplish Big Goals
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How To reach your goals video

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Use Evernote’s Web Clipper to Save Entire Gmail Threads
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Chrome: Evernote’s Web Clipper extension is great for saving anything you want from the web, and as Finer Things in Tech points out, it can also save entire message threads from Gmail.

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Stop Trying to Please Everyone or Chase Impossible Goals
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We’re used to being told “you can do it”, “never give up”, and “you can do whatever you want to do”. But there are limits. If you spend time chasing impossible goals, you are just wasting energy that could be used more productively.

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Energy Management: Taking a Page From the Military Training Book
health.usnews.com

Energy needs to be aligned physically, mentally, emotionally and spiritually

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How To Change Your Life With Mini Habits
www.pickthebrain.com

Mini habits are small, positive behaviors you can do to change your life. They’re too small to fail, but generate enough of a spark to create success.

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