Changes don't have to be drastic to be effective. So rather than flipping your entire work schedule upside down, it's easier to start small; block off 60 minutes at the start of your peak work times for whatever your day's priority might happen to be, and start there.
In today's hyper-paced society it can be challenging to keep up with the rate of change. Especially if you are someone who is constantly looking to achieve high performance in life. In our quest to always be one step ahead we often look for new and innovative ways to stay ahead.
Her Campus has rounded up the apps and tools that will transform you from a great intern into a super one -- like the digital equivalent of a superhero costume. So grab your phone and laptop, because you'll want to download these ASAP.
You know what they say -- time is money. So, finding extra time in your day is kind of like finding extra dollars in your pocket. Save time on life's mundane tasks with these 12 clever ways to add more time to your day to do the things that matter.
If you're constantly putting off projects, it's usually due to internal blockage. That block is just a mental barrier standing in the way of your success. Nevertheless you can bust through, clear your mind and confidently complete your projects.
Recently, I've been following a simple rule that is helping me crush procrastination and making it easier for me to stick to good habits at the same time. I want to share it with you today so that you can try it out and see how it works in your life.
Along with March Madness comes betting, dreaming up the perfect bracket, and ignoring productivity. For employers, March is likely to make them mad over how much money they're losing thanks to worker distraction.