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  • 10 Time Management Tips for Entrepreneurs Under Pressure
    January 27, 2020

    10 Time Management Tips for Entrepreneurs Under Pressure

    When the pressure is mounting, new tasks come flooding in, the best thing to do is stop for a breather. Take time out to reassess your priorities. If need be, reschedule tasks and appointments. Don't prioritize tasks based on who is shouting the loudest, though. Prioritize your tasks based on the importance of those tasks to your business.

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  • The Four Habits of Highly Productive People
    January 13, 2020

    The Four Habits of Highly Productive People

    Productivity isn't always about working faster or cramming more into your working day. Instead, you can boost your productivity by forming and maintaining habits like the ones listed above. Keep meetings short, keep your desk tidy, take a walk each day, and nap when you need to
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  • How to Increase Your Productivity at the Office
    December 9, 2019

    How to Increase Your Productivity at the Office

    How to increase your productivity at work? This article focuses on working smarter instead of working harder. Tips on a wide variety of topics are included, such as when you drive to work, rewarding yourself, and handling your smartphone at work.
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  • How to Stop Being Micromanaged
    December 9, 2019

    How to Stop Being Micromanaged

    One of the biggest complaints from employees is that they are suffering under micromanagement. But, what exactly is micromanagement and what can employees do to get their supervisors off their back? A unique perspective is offered for identifying the cause while siding with neither employer or employee.  

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  • 8 Reasons You Should Be Using a Bullet Journal
    August 5, 2019

    8 Reasons You Should Be Using a Bullet Journal

    You’ve probably heard of bullet journaling, but have you ever considered trying it yourself? If not, you should-bullet journaling is easy to learn, requires no special equipment except a notebook and pen, and keeps your productivity levels high. Here are eight reasons you should start your own bullet journal today.
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  • July 15, 2019

    4 Ways to Make Meeting Planning (Almost) Effortless

    Meeting planning requires careful coordination of different moving parts. And if you’ve ever planned a meeting before, then you know you have a limited amount of time in which to work. The good news is that it is possible to streamline the meeting planning process. The secret lies in creating a series of solid and reusable planning tools.
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  • If Only and At Least: How Procrastination Messes with Your Mind
    June 10, 2019

    If Only and At Least: How Procrastination Messes with Your Mind

    Around 15% of adults procrastinate regularly; almost everyone will procrastinate sometimes. There are very few people who haven't put off a difficult or unpleasant task, even though the sensible thing would be to get on with it. Occasionally thinking, "I'll do it tomorrow," or, "I'm not really in the mood for this right now," isn't a problem for most people, but if you regularly put things off then you can begin a cycle of procrastination. The more you avoid doing things, the more you're likely to start thinking counterfactual thoughts. And the more you think counterfactual thoughts, the more you're likely to avoid doing things.
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  • Avoid Meetings When Possible. Prepare for Them When Necessary
    April 3, 2019

    Avoid Meetings When Possible. Prepare for Them When Necessary

    Leading meetings is a great way to gain visibility and leadership opportunities in an organization. It provides you a chance to show your ability to direct a group to reach specific outcomes. Also, running meetings is a great way to show your peers and bosses; they can trust you to lead. Conversely, being in charge of a poorly run meeting can be disastrous for your career. Therefore, don't underestimate the value of running great meetings.
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