Slow to start, hard to complete, lose interest, can’t get it perfect? These are some of the stresses of productivity and ADHD. Having some tools to work through these challenges can help. Choose one new strategy to improve your productivity.
Productivity suckers are the scourge of every company, but it’s easy to steer clear of them with these five best practices.
Readdle has just announced a major update to one of its popular namesake productivity apps.
In a world where livestreaming and mobile devices abound, employers would probably have been wise to at least acknowledge the fact their employees were watching today’s Olympic men’s hockey game. Research suggests it might even have helped productivity.
If you’re trying to get more done in less time, it’s time to take advantage of technology.
Productivity experts often suggest getting up early — but it’s easier said than done. Here’s how to make getting up early work for you.
Do you ever wish you could get more done during the day? If there’s anyone who knows how to make the most out of her time?
“Overwork has become a credential of prosperity.” This line from a recent James Suroweicki piece in The New Yorker struck me like a bell.
When lost car keys, missed appointments, and forgotten passwords are every day occurrences, it gets frustrating. If your memory isn’t as good as it used to be, as good as you’d like it to be, here are some of my favorite easy ways to compensate for a “less than perfect” memory.
Some people know how to make the most of every minute, while the rest of us lament that there’s not enough hours in the day. The key could be as simple as knowing what you’re working with. Here’s how to take control of the time you’re given.
According to the flagship released on the subject by the International Labour Organization (ILO) in 2005, our nutrition habits have a direct impact on our productivity.
An organization’s culture is the systematic way employees, leaders, and work groups behave and interact with each other. Company culture is collectively composed of values, beliefs, norms, language, symbols, and habits.
Tell us if this sounds familiar: You spend every workday taking meetings, responding to e-mail, and putting out more fires than Anthony Weiner’s publicist, and then you leave the office having crossed exactly zero items off your to-do list. Frustrating, right?
Chances are that you have a large amount of emails in your inbox right now… but don’t check right now, first read this as it might change your life. Inboxes are usually seen as a massive hurdle that manifests itself into a black hole.
iPhone: If you read a lot, it’s probably a good idea to learn speed-reading. And the best way to learn is to go through your current backlog of things you want to read. So if you have a lot of articles saved in Pocket, Instapaper or Readability, you’re in luck, because Outread will help you […]
If you eat most of your lunches at your desk, you’re not alone. It’s common practice in offices across the country, but studies show that it actually makes employees more stressed and less creative. Is it time to break the habit? HuffPost Live’s C…
Are you someone who runs out of time for everything? Most people do.
I spent the last three years working towards a goal, but instead of moving forward I fell backwards. I forgot the most important aspect of goals: action.
Questions are good. A legitimate, “why?” is enough to change the world.
There’s plenty of talk about how the Internet and its babies have affected our attention span. But even before I carried a smartphone, read from a tablet, and considered the Internet a primary source of both research and social interaction,
Blog post at Asian Efficiency – Time Management and Productivity : Hey everyone, We’ve got our second Productivity Blueprint video up – and today’s topic is about how to beat back being Scatter-Brained.[..]
If you’ve never had a day when you didn’t have the energy or motivation to work on that thing you were supposed to be doing, tell us your secret. For the rest of us, Harvard Business Review highlights three common reasons we all procrastinate and their solutions.
New research from the Society for Industrial and Organizational Psychology suggests that making calls, surfing the Internet or playing games on a smartphone aren’t so bad for business.
Re-read your email for poor grammar, spelling mistakes and the use of the wrong word. Spell check doesn’t correct the wrong work — I mean word. See what I mean?…
Many neck pain problems can be addressed by being more mindful, exercising and stretching right, and creating good habits.