Three productivity strategies can help you create the feeling of a deadline, and trick your brain into working more effectively
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You can regain control of your day and reclaim your priorities. By determining your intentions the night before, being realistic, and focusing on just three important items, you up your chances of making progress on what you know is most important.
Time management should benefit our personal selves as much as our work selves. Because, at the end of the day, if our personal selves aren’t being enriched, then our work-selves suffer.
We all find ourselves tremendously busy at work. But are we actually productive or just busy being busy? Learn four hacks backed by brain science proven to boost our performance at work.
We are not all doomed to a lifetime of anxious, hurried unproductivity. A few simple steps can save us from ourselves, and the avalanche of work crashing down on us.
Setting time aside to complete a job search is important, and yet, we don’t tend to take the job search seriously until we really need to.
Research from studies indicate meetings can often be unproductive, time consuming and create more questions than answers. This may be the result of not being C.L.E.A.R. Here are some things to consider.
Time is arguably the most important resource because we can’t get more of it and it’s the great equalizer – everyone has the same amount! Here’s how you can make the most of your time.
Applying these four tips will help you become more efficient as you continue to work on the art of time management.
Five commonsense tips to make the most out of your shorter days.