Tired of reading the same blogs over and over? Looking for fresh articles to read? A new angle on your favorite personal development topics?
With all of this in mind, here are my picks for motivational books that have some diversity but that may spark something in you. If one of them does, settle into it exclusively.
There are two extremely common obstacles that get in the way of people succeeding at habit change:
I’m often asked who my productivity heroes are. I’ve got plenty of obvious choices, butÂ to be honest, long-term, I’ve gotten the most usable insights from
You wake up with it in the morning and go to bed thinking about it at night: an ever-crushing load of emails, meetings, conference calls, and tasks that needed to get done yesterday. Family time means reading sales reports in the room where your kids are playing video games. For entrepreneurs, there’s soooo much to […]
Is “getting organized” your New Year’s resolution? For inspiration, we’ve rounded up our 11 favorite organizing tips of the year.
Use these triggers to heighten and tighten focus.
Start your day, differently, and in a positive way. With just a few minutes and few actions, you can start your day differently, positively.
Ever since my dad tried to convince me to meditate when I was about 12, I’ve been fairly skeptical of this practice. It always seemed to be so vague and hard to understand that I just decided it wasn’t for me.
Don’t be that guy! 6 tips to managing your productivity at work
Good habits don’t start on Monday and end on Friday.
This is a guest post by Madeleine Allann. Madeleine is an academic consultant and an author who mostly writes on education, leadership and social sharing posts. She helps students who feel difficul…
Nothing squashes our ability to “go with the flow” like worry and anxiety. For me, when anxiety creeps in, it takes up residence inside my head and makes itself totally comfy there. It tells me that
While I don’t necessarily understand what there is you could possibly not love about this annual ritual, I wanted to share some apps (for both iPhone and Android) that will not only make spring cleaning easier, but fun (yes, fun!)….
Day 80 of the 365 day blogging challenge. Want to learn some time management tips to increase productivity? My colleague Linda and I share tips on how.
Itâs a brand new year, and you may be feeling ambitious â making exciting new plans and searching for the best way to make good on your goals. Why not turn to the pros for advice on how to make 2015 great? If youâve heard of the famous Getting Things Done productivity process, weâve got […]
I like to conduct little experiments with my workflows, tools, and productivity tips. I decided I was being selfish to keep the results to myself, so Iâm sharing some with you! Any productivity ent…
“All severity that does not tend to increase good, or prevent evil, is idle.” — Samuel Johnson, as quoted in James Boswell, The Life of Samuel Johnson
If you’re looking for tips to help make Android more productive, Jack Wallen offers up five that you may not have considered.
DO YOU feel paralysed by procrastination? Surrounded by too many scrappy notes with unfinished to-do lists?
A bucket list can be a great way to track all the things you want to accomplish in your life, but it can also put a lot of pressure on yourself that you don’t need. You can balance things out by creating an “anti-bucket list.”
To form a new habit, it helps to know what makes you tickâspecifically, what drives you to get stuff done. Author Gretchen Rubin says most people fall into one of four motivation types. Knowing yours is key to taking on new habits.
Letting your schedule fill up with other people’s priorities is the quickest way to get overwhelmed and burn out. Start your scheduling by adding some things you want to do.
A clean workspace is nice, but sometimes things are just fine the way they are, even if it’s a little messy. You can use the 30-second rule to find out if what you’ve got going is hurting your productivity, or if you’re better off keeping it the way it is.
You have to make a lot of decisions every day. However, some things aren’t really decisions at all. For the routine things you have to get done, embraceârather than avoidârunning on autopilot.
If you want to sky rocket your effectiveness and efficiency levels at work then these 5 productivity books will help you make it happen.