Category: Productivity

Don’t Treat Friday Like a Throwaway Workday

26 Jan, 2017 , ,

Are you falling into one of the biggest productivity slip-ups of your career? Friday rolls around, and your brain goes into automatic weekend mode. Or maybe, you’re simply “getting through the day” and have already resigned to the fact you’re not getting much done. This is a silly mistake, folks! Don’t treat Friday like a […]

A Year in Reflection…

16 Jan, 2017 , , , , ,

It’s already a few weeks into the New Year, but I still can’t get over how great 2016 was! Yes, there were challenges– when are there not? Yet, I continuously remind myself why I chase my passions every day in my business and personal life. In large part, it’s thanks to you– my reader! In celebration […]

8 Places to Tackle Clutter and Regain Space in Your Life!

10 Jan, 2017 , , ,

The funny thing about clutter is, at some point, we stop seeing it. It starts to blend in with our every day and becomes a fixture in our homes. It can even be said, physical clutter is a mirror reflection of mental clutter. Take a peek inside your mind. Is it open and free, or messy, […]

Declutter Your Way to Productivity

24 Apr, 2016 , , , , , ,

The other day I talked a bit about identifying the distractions in your life holding you back from being truly productive. One scenario many people might fail to recognize is the environment in which they are attempting to work. Sit back and take a good long look around you. Is it clean and tidy, with […]

Want to Boost Your Productivity? Simplify Your Closet!

9 Apr, 2016 , , , ,

Did you know that Einstein, one of the greatest minds of the 20th century, wore the exact same style of outfit every day? This wasn’t merely because he was a quirky scientist — there was a far more profound reasoning behind his fashion sense (or lack thereof). When you simplify your wardrobe, you free up […]

5 Ways to Motivate Yourself to Write

19 Jan, 2016 , , , , , ,

Can’t seem to muster up the drive and determination to begin writing? Even the most seasoned authors will experience a lack of motivation from time to time. If this sounds like a familiar scenario, you should try the following techniques to overcome procrastination and start writing. Set Small Goals You don’t have to finish an […]

How Successful People Motivate Themselves

7 Jan, 2016 , ,

Highly successful people tend to share some common characteristics, some of which involve motivation. Today we’re going to take a look at some of the different ways that successful people motivate themselves. By following a similar approach in your daily life, you’ll become more productive with a greater drive/determination to excel. They Envision the Goal […]

Time Management Tips for Busy People

16 Dec, 2015 , , ,

There’s only 23 hours and 56 minutes in the day, so make the best possible use of them. Unfortunately, many people struggle with poor time management. They may exhaust all of their time and resources on one task, without setting aside enough time for other tasks. That’s why today we’re going to reveal some effective […]

Improving and Maintaining Your Business Productivity

7 Dec, 2015 , , , , ,

For small business owners and entrepreneurs, productivity is paramount to building and sustaining their businesses. Small businesses are often “lean,” meaning fewer employees and little room for waste, both time and other resources. Larger business can absorb a little employee “laziness” or material waste and not be as impacted. Here are some tips on how […]

Is Your Office Clean or Dirty?

3 Nov, 2015 , , , , , , , ,

The cleanliness (or lack thereof) of your workspace may directly affect your productivity. People who work in dirty, cluttered offices tend to suffer from lower productivity levels when compared to people who work in clean and tidy offices. It’s just that simple. Unfortunately, though, maintaining a clean office isn’t always an easy task. When you […]

5 Reasons to Start Your Day With a Cup of Coffee

31 Oct, 2015 , , ,

Coffee has become an integral part of many Americans’ morning routine. According to a 2013 survey conducted by the National Coffee Association (NCA), 83% of U.S. adults consume this delightful beverage, up from 78% the year prior. Of course, there’s a good reason for this trend: coffee offers several key benefits, some of which we’re […]

How to Stay Productive When Flying

28 Oct, 2015 , , , , ,

Are you planning to take one or more commercial flights this year? Well, you aren’t alone. According to National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), air traffic controllers handle more than 23,000 flights per day! But while flying can be a huge time saver compared to driving, it can also sap your productivity. So today we’re […]

Beware! Checking Your Email May Hurt Your Productivity

13 Oct, 2015 , , ,

Email has become an integral part of our daily lives. Whether it’s for personal or professional purposes, the large majority of Americans check their email daily. While this habit may seem harmless enough, there’s new evidence suggesting that email can actually hurt your productivity levels. How Much Time Do We Spend Checking Email? According to […]

Daily Activities to Boost Your Productivity

3 Oct, 2015 , , , , ,

Do you struggle to maintain a high level of productivity throughout the day? If so, these activities may help! Complete the Hardest Task First When creating your “to do” list for the day, try placing the hardest task at the top of the list, knocking it out first. Many people dread certain tasks, and when […]

Creating a Limited ‘To Do’ List May Boost Productivity

30 Sep, 2015 , , , , , , ,

Creating a daily list of all things you wish to accomplish is a simple yet effective way to improve your productivity levels. When your workday begins, you can start at the top of the list, crossing out each task as you move on to the next. Because your daily tasks are written down on paper, […]

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