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How to Be Ultra Productive — 10 Tips for Mastering Your Time

By Preston Ni M.S.B.A.

Do you ever wish you had more time to do everything? Have you had days that were busy but inefficient? Would you like to be highly productive, feel accomplished at the end of each day, with even time to spare?

The following are ten tips to help master your time, excerpted from my book (click on title): “The Seven Keys to Life Success”, and interspersed with thoughtful quotes, many of which from well-known, successful individuals who have (obviously) made good use of their time. Read more

5 Powerful Exercises To Increase Your Mental Strength

By Amy Morin

Psychology often discusses mental health — but what’s not often discussed is a clear definition of mental strength. To me, mental strength means that you regulate your emotions, manage your thoughts, and behave in a positive manner, despite your circumstances. Developing mental strength is about finding the courage to live according to your values and being bold enough to create your own definition of success. Read more

7 Powerful Ways To Sustain Your Habits!

By Gin Seah

As you know, we are all creatures of habit. Whatever we do repeatedly, we become. All of us have good and bad habits, some are easy to break, some seem impossible to even scratch it. Have you ever wondered why New Year Resolutions always fail?

Here’s why. Read more

12 Things Successful People Do During Their Lunch Break

By Jacquelyn Smith

Do you typically spend your lunch hour scarfing down an unhealthy meal at your desk? Maybe you run out for a quick bite but keep your eyes glued to your smartphone. Or perhaps you just skip lunch altogether.

Experts say your lunch hour is critical for keeping your productivity and energy levels up. Working or rushing through it can be detrimental to your success. Read more

5 Reasons Why You’re Not Achieving Your Top Goals

By Consuela Deszo

Do you have any important goals that you’d REALLY like to achieve this year but you keep delaying taking action on them? I mean, you put them on your list for a reason, right? So why is it that you can’t seem to get them ticked off your list? Read more

Getting Started Is Everything

By Adam Pash

Nothing’s better than sinking your teeth into a satisfying after-hours side project—or what I guess most people may just call a hobby. But after 10 hours at work, it’s not always easy to muster the energy to switch off your TV and go to work on your project. The trick I use is simple, self-evident, and it works. Getting started is everything.

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Goal Setting: How to Say ‘No’ to Others to Say ‘Yes’ to Your Goals

By Claudine Ryan

Most of us don’t have oodles of spare time idly waiting to be put to good use. So finding time to focus on your goals will likely involve some hard choices about what to prioritise. Read more

10 Morning Habits Successful People Swear By

By Jennifer Cohen

Up and at ‘em! Morning people are successful people. Just ask any CEO, politician, professional athlete or inventor out there – they all start their day at the crack of dawn, gaining a leg up on the competition. Create a routine and stick with it. Studies prove that willpower is the strongest in the morning before exhaustion and other priorities get in your way. Adopt a morning ritual and you will start to see BIG results. So hold off hitting that snooze button and read up on some tips to guarantee a more productive future!

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Rohn: A Good Life Contains These 6 Essentials

By Jim Rohn

The ultimate expression of life is not a paycheck. The ultimate expression of life is not a Mercedes. The ultimate expression of life is not a million dollars or a bank account or a home. The ultimate expression of life is living a good life. Read more

4 Ways Successful People Balance Work and the Rest of Their Lives

By Sujan Patel

Is work-life balance a real thing once you become truly successful? While it’s certainly the case that there are times and seasons for working ridiculously long hours, studies show that after a certain point, productivity drops off significantly. Employee output falls off a cliff after 55 hours a week – in fact, someone working 70 hours a week has the same production as someone working 55 over the long term. Read more

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