It's really this simple.
A universal concern that the millennial generation can identify with is lack of time. There's just too much to do and too little time!
The end of the workday sometimes feels like the end of a toothpaste tube. You could go all intense and squeeze out every last bit, but why bother? It's done. You just toss it. That's okay for toothpaste, but not for your workday. Your workday is not a toothpaste tube, and the last few minutes should be purposefully engaged, not carelessly tossed.
NY Times Columnist Tom Friedman discusses his favorite productivity hack: pressing the "pause" button.
We asked some of the brightest minds at the World Economic Forum how they stay productive throughout the day and here's what they had to say.
If we want to succeed in any endeavor we set our sights on, we have to stay productive. When we can't, our progress slows to a crawl, and potentially goes backwards when our self-limiting behavior rears its ugly head again.
The Pomodoro technique advocates using the first few minutes to review the task breakdown. This is much simplified and faster
Demolish that to-do list.
Listening to the sound of crashing waves or a babbling brook isn't just useful for helping you fall asleep -- it may also
8 a.m.: Make A Highly Ethical Decision This is a big day for you! Start it on a moral high horse. According to research published