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Time Management

5 Tips To Make Overworked Employees Feel Valued

Karen Miller | Posted 07.25.2014 | Business
Karen Miller

When long hours can't be avoided, here are five impactful tips that can make your employees feel valued and comfortable when putting in extra hours.

Did a Popular Time Management Hack Get It All Wrong? A Better Way To Daily Productivity

Brian Horn | Posted 07.24.2014 | Small Business
Brian Horn

In this day and age the 40-hr work week is looked down on in corporate America as not being good enough, its judged as "guess they don't want it bad...

Make Time for Your Own Wellbeing: Ways to Rethink Exercise So You'll Actually Do It

Judi Sheppard Missett | Posted 07.24.2014 | Healthy Living
Judi Sheppard Missett

Deadlines loom, new projects pop up and you're putting off that lunchtime workout... again. Your day fills up with rides to practice, errands and family obligations and you're driving everywhere except to the gym... again.

How We Use Our Time

Richard Barrington | Posted 07.20.2014 | Money
Richard Barrington

I'm a financial analyst, not a philosopher, and yet in my writings about money I often touch on the subject of time. Generally, this is because the tw...

Mind Your Busyness In 10 Steps

Melanie Young | Posted 07.14.2014 | Healthy Living
Melanie Young

I don't mind being busy. But I mind when being busy becomes non productive or even wasted time. More important, keeping busy should not keep you from enjoying your life and taking care of yourself.

Overwhelmed, Overworked and Wearing Too Many Hats: Use This 5-Step Plan to Avert Total Burnout

Julie Niehoff | Posted 07.08.2014 | Small Business
Julie Niehoff

We've all been there. Running your own company or working as part of a team, it is the result of taking on too much. You were hesitant to say no and failed to delegate. Now you're on the verge of burnout even if you once loved your work.

4 Ways to Manage Your Time Successfully

Intern Queen Campus Ambassadors | Posted 07.07.2014 | College
Intern Queen Campus Ambassadors

Time is money, they say, and unfortunately for college students we have neither time nor money.

Nobody Is That Busy (Even in Silicon Valley)​

Melissa Daimler | Posted 06.30.2014 | Business
Melissa Daimler

I assumed that having a full calendar, sending emails late at night and getting five hours of sleep was the rite of passage to becoming not just an executive, but an important executive. But if being crazy busy is a mark of success, how come everybody seems to hate it?

Thriving the Hard Way

Evgeniya Melnikova | Posted 06.24.2014 | Women
Evgeniya Melnikova

No need to stress yourself out about anything. At the end of it all, nothing will bring us so much joy, as being strong and thriving sisters, wives and mothers. Connecting and caring for each other, we can build a beautiful world for next generations to come. One step at a time.

Joan Moran: How to Give Yourself the Gift of Time

Red Room | Posted 06.22.2014 | GPS for the Soul
Red Room

The one thing I hear daily from friends, yoga students, and family is: "I wish I had more time for me." This seems to be a ubiquitous observation that...

5 Steps to Eating the Elephant on Your Plate

Lucinda Cross | Posted 06.19.2014 | Healthy Living
Lucinda Cross

As you focus on one bite at a time, you'll be amazed at how remunerative and gratifying this process can be. You will begin to do things you've never done before but always wanted to do. When you put these steps into action, you actively determine the way you will live your life.

4 Steps to Avoiding the Summer Slump

Erika Oppenheimer | Posted 06.18.2014 | Education
Erika Oppenheimer

Summer vacation obviously provides you with a major opportunity to make progress in SAT/ACT test prep. Without the daily pressures of school, you have much more energy to devote to sharpening your skills. But, as Eleanor Roosevelt said, "With freedom comes responsibility."

It's Not You, It's Your Support Structure

Elizabeth Grace Saunders | Posted 06.17.2014 | Business
Elizabeth Grace Saunders

When you feel stuck, overwhelmed, or unmotivated, it's easy to isolate yourself if you have introverted tendencies or work alone. Yet often, the best way to make it through a difficult time in your business is to reach out to others.

Success Tips From Millionaire Trader Tim Sykes

Richard Lorenzen | Posted 06.13.2014 | Small Business
Richard Lorenzen

Always curious to learn about the success habits of other entrepreneurs, today I sat down with my good friend Timothy Sykes, the millionaire stock trader, teacher and serial entrepreneur, and asked him to share with my readers his own daily habits for success and peak performance.

10 Tips to Live More Adventurously, Even With a 9 to 5 Job

Alastair Humphreys | Posted 06.11.2014 | Healthy Living
Alastair Humphreys

Almost everybody would like more adventure in their life -- to enjoy more sunsets, swim in beautiful rivers, cook on campfires and sleep under the stars. Here is how you can do all this, even within your busy life of work, commuting and family.

Tame Your Inner Routine Rebel By Recognizing These Roadblocks

Elizabeth Grace Saunders | Posted 06.11.2014 | Healthy Living
Elizabeth Grace Saunders

One of the biggest reasons you don't want to follow a routine is that you want to feel in control of your choice of what you do or don't do. But as anyone with no routines can testify, a lack of structure can leave you feeling completely out-of-control. Here are some ways to reframe the way you think about routines so that you can still feel in charge.

4 Ways to Make Massive Progress Toward Your Goals This Week

Honoree Corder | Posted 06.06.2014 | Small Business
Honoree Corder

One of the best ways to make marked progress towards your goals is to schedule every moment of your week in advance, as in before you walk in the door to your office Monday morning.

Where's the White Space?

Nora T. Akins | Posted 06.04.2014 | Business
Nora T. Akins

The work world is smaller and spinning faster than ever. Many of us keep up by moving faster, doing more work with fewer people and modifying processes to minimize cost. That is what makes profits grow. But it may not distinguish us from others.

7 Steps to an Empty Inbox

Honoree Corder | Posted 06.03.2014 | Business
Honoree Corder

If your Inbox has 100, 500 or even more than 1,000 emails, you may think having it cleaned up and cleaned out is only a dream ... a dream to be fulfilled when you say good-bye to email when you retire.

5 Ways To Be More Efficient

Kim Farbota | Posted 05.27.2014 | Healthy Living
Kim Farbota

After years and decades of good time management, we have embedded mindsets about when things should be done. Break your mental boundaries so that you can effectively direct your motivation whenever it materializes.

8 Ways To (Effectively) Manage Your Time

Posted 05.25.2014 | Healthy Living

By Kevin Gray for You can't change the number of hours in a day, but you can fill them more efficiently, with less stress and menta...

Most Managers Don't Realize They Are Caught in a Vicious Cycle

Bruce Tulgan | Posted 07.19.2014 | Business
Bruce Tulgan

We find that the vast majority of managers -- even most under-managers -- spend a lot of time on people management. The real problem is how most managers spend their precious management time.

How to Live in a New York Minute

Pia de Jong | Posted 07.20.2014 | New York
Pia de Jong

I am often homesick for the pace of life in Holland. No one there is trying to cram three lifetimes into the minutes allotted for one. But, increasingly, I notice that the energy of New York feels right. I inhale it like air.

There Are No Ordinary Moments

Robin Korth | Posted 07.20.2014 | Healthy Living
Robin Korth

me's gentle touch has calmed the impatience of my youth and stretched my soul towards a deepening wisdom. A knowing that I may be gone tomorrow now holds the clock's hands. There is a yearning within me now to honor time.

5 Questions to Find Your 'When to Start' Sweet Spot (In Test Prep and in Life)

Erika Oppenheimer | Posted 07.16.2014 | Education
Erika Oppenheimer

Knowing when to start a project isn't as intuitive as we might initially think -- especially when it comes to projects pertaining to long-term goals rather than short-term assignments.