Hate Your To-Do List? Try A Rolling List Instead!

Oh, the great To-Do List Debate! The productivity world loves arguing over this topic. Are to-do lists the only way to keep yourself on task, or an unrealistic goal that just stresses you out and make you feel bad about all the things you never get to? Should you keep a short list of the most essential items, or a massive running […]

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The Power of Routines

The concept of a routine implies doing the same old thing over and over again. So, for many people, this may sound like something that drains the spontaneity out of life. However, these people are seriously underestimating just how important a consistent routine is. By working a routine into your life, you’ll actually discover that […]

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10 Habits That Will Dramatically Improve Your Life

One study found that the people who experience the greatest job satisfaction aren’t the ones in the big, fancy offices; they’re the ones who approach their work as a calling, even when that work involves menial labor. Another study found that simply seeing fast-food logos makes people impatient. It’s not that there’s some intrinsic characteristic […]

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19 Tiny Habits That Lead to Huge Results

Success doesn’t happen in an instant. It happens through the progression of lots of little successes, strung together over time. If you want to build something big, if you have a vision, a dream, or even just a clearly defined end goal, the question is not how you can make that happen right now, or […]

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7 Principles Of Life That Everyone Knows, But Only A Few Follow

Early 2015 I was pretty frustrated with my career. Just a year earlier I said goodbye to my entrepreneurial aspirations and took a job at an IT-research firm in London. Normally, that’s a good thing. The pay was good, so were the benefits, and I had great colleagues. But it wasn’t for me  —  I […]

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4 Lessons I’ve Learned From Taking Consistent Action

I DIDN’T ALWAYS USE TO BE AN ACTION TAKER. In fact, I was once the person who said I was going to do things …and then I would quit about two weeks in. Because I wanted things to be perfect. Because I didn’t want people to laugh at me. Because I was scared. Maybe you […]

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