It seems we’re all constantly trying to squeeze more activity into less time. We buy ourselves cute timers and trendy apps that promise to boost productivity. We multitask, or we insist that multitasking is a myth. We declutter, turn off our devices, wake up earlier, teach ourselves to say no, slay “energy vampires.” Read more
By Ali Luke
Wouldn’t it be great to have more time? With a few extra hours a week, you could finally accomplish those goals that have been on your list for so long…but your life just seems to get busier and busier.
It doesn’t have to be that way. You can find time to reach your goals – in fact, you already have enough time, you just might not realize it. Read more
Daily interruptions are inevitable. Acting on a fear of missing out, we allow the beeps, dings and vibrations to interject, to assure us that we’re connected, and subconsciously we tell ourselves that that constant connection has no impact on the amount of work we can accomplish. But, in reality, we’re so bombarded with outside noise, it becomes almost impossible to avoid—and our productivity suffers because of it. Read more
The rich have been studied extensively — how they spend their money, how they spend their time.
The findings have been published in books like “The Millionaire Next Door” by Thomas Stanley, and “Rich Habits” by Tom Corley.
So read on, because you want to make a lot of money, and people who make a lot of money do these 12 things. Read more
Half the year is officially done and dusted, which means you should have made some major progress as far as your goals for 2017 are concerned?
Sadly, according to data released by the Statistic Brain Research Institute, less than 10% of people who set personal goals at the beginning of the year, actually end up achieving them.
This means that there are probably a lot of people who are slacking on their personal goals for the year right about now.
If you are one of those people, the good news is you have six more months to get back on track. Read more
By John Addison
I believe there are two things in life: results and crappy excuses for not achieving results. As a society, we’ve gotten really good at giving excuses and readily accepting them. I’m not vilifying our society—our days are more jam-packed than ever and it seems like we are constantly being pulled in a thousand different directions. I’ve worked with some very dedicated, talented people who have not been able to achieve the results they should have. It wasn’t for lack of trying; it was lack of good habits.
Your habits and patterns determine the direction of your life, so it should come as no surprise that successful people have successful habits. In my more than three decades in business, I’ve practiced three habits in particular that I think have played a huge role in my success and can help you maximize yours. Read more