6 Productivity Hacks to Create a Schedule that will Stick

You’re not the first person to feel that lately, time has been an unreal phenomenon. What used to be neatly segregated pockets of hours, minutes and even seconds—between practicing meditation or yoga, getting dressed for work, grabbing breakfast, and commuting—have been morphed into a long (and at times messy) chain of entangled events within the confines of […]

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15 Tips for Becoming as Patient as Job

In the Old Testament, the story of Job showed a very faithful man whose faith is put to test, and shows an extreme example of perseverance through suffering … but in my mind, whenever I read Job’s story, I am struck by the man’s supreme patience. While living a very faithful and righteous life, he nevertheless […]

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Find Inspiration in Your Everyday Life

You can find inspiration in your everyday life. We certainly find inspiration in the person who overcomes obstacles to do something profound, a beautiful work of art or piece of music, or the magnificence of the Grand Canyon. These are definitely inspiring things. But you don’t need to go to a museum, visit a world heritage […]

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How to Set Monthly Goals You’ll Actually Achieve

Monthly goals are our connection to the year’s purpose. Each month, we break down the big projects we’re working on into goals we can achieve in thirty days or less, making incremental progress towards the things that really matter. Or at least, that’s what we do in an ideal world. Not everyone sets monthly goals. […]

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Want To Make Big Progress? Science Says To Start Small

We tend to hold off on making behavior changes until we make our New Years resolutions. But instead of waiting for the new year, science suggests that there is a way to start making progress now that doesn’t involve a tremendous amount of time or effort—and is more likely to stick. The trick? Think small. […]

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What Are The Best Digital Habits That Boost Productivity?

What are some of the best digital habits to boost productivity? Answer by Stuart McLeod, CEO & Co-founder of karbonhq, on Quora: Tech has made our lives easier in so many ways. We can buy clothes or groceries with the click of a button, navigate new cities easily, answer work emails from a Caribbean beach, and keep up with our […]

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10 Important Life Lessons We Are Often Taught Too Late

Life is a continuous learning experience. Throughout our lives we keep rising and falling, picking up important lessons along the way. Some of these lessons come from experience, yet there are others that we learn watching others or reading in books for example. No matter how much we learn from the books there is a […]

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What’s New: Task Sort, Progress Chart, Shift Dates, Goal Colors, and more

It’s been more than two months since our last major batch of updates. Today we are excited to announce a list of new features that have been added to GoalsOnTrack recently. These features are among the most requested and also what we believe will add most value to your daily use of GoalsOnTrack. So please […]

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Coming Back to Powerful Habits (plus 6 Powerful Habits)

I was talking with a client about how he felt constantly behind on his email, Slack and other messages and small tasks. I suggested having regular times to do those things: 15 minutes in the morning and evening each for email and Slack (for a total of 30 minutes, twice a day), for example. He […]

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