Do you find you have too many things on your To Do lists? Read this for a potential solution…
Here’s a well-known and effective technique for getting past procrastination.
Pick the four areas of life that most matter to you. Then write a few bullet points defining how you’d like that area to be in an ideal world.
Caffeine is a central nervous system stimulant that enables you to mask your body’s natural signals of fatigue. Could this be a bad thing?
Naps have benefits that make their time investment more than worthwhile. They increase mental performance, improve your emotional state, and reduce the risk of various health conditions. Learn how to take the optimal nap here!
If you start the day poorly, you tend to continue it poorly as well. If you start the day well, right from the first hour, the rest of the day will tend to follow suit. And even if it doesn’t, well, at least you got one good hour in!
A supremely powerful exercise that helps you see what problems you might face down the road, and create countermeasures for them. Do this exercise before you start any project.
Ever get to the end of the day and think, I’ve been working all day, how come I haven’t done anything? Time tracking helps you see where your time is going, and from there you can figure out how to use it better.