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Don’t Treat Work-Life Balance as a Zero-Sum Game
lifehacker.com

There are only so many hours in a day. Work and life fight over who gets more of yours and we call the struggle “work-life balance.” However, giving attention to one doesn’t have to take away from the other.

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Be More Productive By Knowing What to Ignore
lifehacker.com

Prioritization is an important part of a productive day, and Harvard Business Review reminds us that an important aspect of that is cutting out the people who don’t matter so you can get the things done you have to.

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Pomodoro One Is a Free, Lightweight Pomodoro Timer for Mac
lifehacker.com

Mac: Pomodoro timers are easy enough to find, but if you’re looking for something that’s incredibly simple and free, Pomodoro One does the job.

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Setting Deadlines in MYN-Outlook
www.michaellinenberger.com

August 23, 2014 How do you set deadlines in the MYN-Outlook task system? If you are an MYN Outlook user you probably know that we don’t use the Due Date field in Outlook. That’s because of two sign…

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6 Things The Most Organized People Do Every Day
www.bakadesuyo.com

How do the most organized people get things done and stay calm? Learn tips from neuroscience and productivity experts so you can be productive and relaxed.

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Four Ways Home-Based Workers Can Naturally Boost Energy
ridiculouslyefficient.com

A few tips for telecommuters on how to naturally boost energy during the workday.

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Do You Struggle To Find Time? Try These Tips And Tricks
www.corythrelfall.com

If you are new to time management skills, there are a number of things you have to learn. This article can show you how to manage your time more easily. Read

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The complete guide to working out before work
qz.com

Life inevitably gets in the way of your gym date. That’s why people who exercise in the morning are more likely to stick with it, Barbara Brehm, a professor of exercise and sport studies at Smith College in Massachusetts and author of the recently released textbook, Psychology of Health and Fitness, told Quartz. “It’s because they…

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7 iPhone Productivity Features You’re Not Using
timemanagementninja.com

It always amazes me how many people don’t know how to use the one device that they carry with them everywhere they go. I am talking about your phone.  It is the one item that you never leave home w…

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9 Things Rich People Do Differently Every Day
www.businessinsider.com

Your daily habits may be a major determinant of your wealth. Find out what you should be doing today.

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How to Spend the First 10 Minutes of Your Day
blogs.hbr.org

It shouldn’t involve email.

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Why Being Idle Can Lead to Better Thinking
lifehacker.com

Studies show that people would rather do something–anything–than be alone with their thoughts. The idea that doing something trumps doing nothing is no new phenomenon. But it’s through reflection, daydreaming, and introspection that we make sense of information and experiences and come up with new insight and ideas.

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Do.com — Meeting Management Solution [Review]
ridiculouslyefficient.com

We reviewed Do.com, an app that provides users with a seamless meeting management solution.

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REBEL Workflow Hack: Pre-Drafting + Boomerang
ridiculouslyefficient.com

Have you read my posts on Boomerang for Gmail? If not, head here and here first, and then come back, or else the following video won’t make sense. As you R

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How Turning My To-Dos Into a Story Boosted My Memory and Motivation
lifehacker.com

We all create stories to explain what happens in a day. A story is a tool to help us make sense of the world. But what about the future? What would happen if you turned your to-do list into a story as a rehearsal for the next day? Personally, it’s helped me not just Get […]

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Plan Your Kid’s Outfits Ahead of Time with Printable Daily Dividers
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Getting all of your kids out the door in the morning can be hectic. Save some time in the morning by having your kid’s outfits planned ahead of time and organized with these dividers.

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When to Pre-Draft Emails
ridiculouslyefficient.com

I’ll be the first to admit it: I’m absolutely obsessed with pre-drafting emails. I first learned this technique from Peter while we were organizing the pil

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The Anatomy of a Pre-Drafted Email
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I’m fairly effusive and passionate about pre-drafting email. But what’s the specific anatomy of a pre-drafted piece? In this article, I’ll break down my th

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The PowerPoint Tools & Shortcuts Everyone Should Know
ridiculouslyefficient.com

This guide to PowerPoint shortcuts and efficiency tools is sure to save you tons of time.

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Comparing the Top Remote Time Tracking Applications
blog.worksnaps.net

Remote work is on the rise, no one will argue with that. This has resulted in the birth of numerous tools that aim to help managers ensure productivity of their virtual employees. Two of the most popular remote time tracking tools are Worksnaps and Time Doctor.

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Craft Your Wildly Productive Day with 3 Important Questions
www.productivityist.com

Like many of us, I’ve tried plenty of online and offline tools for self-management. Sometimes they work for a while; sometimes they don’t get past the starting line.

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The Physics of Productivity: Newton’s Laws of Getting Stuff Done
jamesclear.com

Read this article to learn how to be more productive. Discover how Newton’s Laws of Motion can boost your productivity.

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7 Effective Questions That Will Kick You Into Taking Action Right Away
www.pickthebrain.com

These are the 7 effective questions that will kick you into taking action right away. As long as you ask and answer seriously, you will tap into your inner drive that will motivate you to take action.

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Don’™t Quit Before the Whistle Blows
michaelhyatt.com

What do you do when you find yourself down on the track while the race goes on without you? We all trip and fall. The question is what comes next? Heather Dorniden, now Kampf, is a highly decorated runner with an impressive string of accomplishments. But what’s most impressive was the time she won first […]

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