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What binds you is the promise to get your work done. Once you make that promise your accountability partner will keep you
While watching the incredible gymnasts compete in the Rio Olympics this past week, it struck me that the hard work, effort, and concentration they put into keeping their balance during their routines can shed some light on the reality of the "balance" we try to accomplish in life.
Pressure to stay ahead is a common reason many successful professionals are on the verge of burning out. They create perpetual, out-of-control to-lists that never end.
If you are feeling overwhelmed by everything you have to get done, it is time for a to-do list do over!
The less time you have, the more you need time management.
Freelance writer and digital consultant Verena von Pfetten discusses how monotasking can improve your life.
Below are the five steps to transform a long, overwhelming list of things into a high performing task-list. A note about format: You'll probably have to give up your pen and paper list for this one.
Why is she going on vacation? Why is she leaving the office at 5? That's a lot of work...I sit on five different boards AND
It's the New Year and TIME still proves to not be my friend, but I'm working on our relationship. No, seriously I am! I made it through the chaos and overall exhaustion of the holiday season. I said I wasn't going to make it complicated.
Behavioral Scientist and author of "How to Have a Good Day" Caroline Webb tells us how we can write the perfect to do list.
What do you want to accomplish? And how can you overcome what's holding you back? Each of these perspective-shifting lists
Despite all the distractions, there are proven ways to increase your productivity that are not as hard as you think. Thankfully, it is in little changes that we have the ability to see dramatic gains. The following are five ways to dramatically increase your productivity.
The kids were gone for a few hours, and when they finally returned, their smiles were bright, and their cheeks were glowing... from both the sun and the massive ice cream cones they'd eaten. And I'd missed it.
Passion drives procrastination -- high performance procrastination. It shows us very quickly what lights us up, what drives results, what engages us and others -- and, on the flip side, what doesn't. Procrastination begets clarity. And that clarity enables you to access passion and get ahead in your career.
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5. Stop worrying about stress. You know why? Because the more afraid you are of stress, the more harmful an effect stress