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How to Become Exceptionally Successful

Posted on: October 30th, 2017 by Cathy Mendler No Comments

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A University of California, Berkeley, study “found that on average, office workers go only 11 minutes between interruptions, while it can take up to 25 minutes to get into a state of productivity called flow.” Check out Elle Kaplan’s You Need to Give Up These Toxic Habits If You Want to Be Exceptionally Successful.

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What habits can you improve?

Posted on: September 22nd, 2017 by Cathy Mendler No Comments

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Start fresh now that it’s September! What habits can you improve? 

Belle B. Cooper of RescueTime shares her Tips for organizing your calendar.

Check out Tom Popomaronis’ 4 Toxic Habits That Are Poisoning Your Productivity (And How to Break Them).

 

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6 Summer Productivity Tips!

Posted on: August 21st, 2017 by Cathy Mendler No Comments

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Ste
phanie Vozza of Fast Company shares some great ideas in Six Productivity Experts Share How To Actually Get Work Done During The Summer.

Check out this summer reading list from 40+ TED speakers.

 

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Let’s Declutter and Get Things Done!

Posted on: July 21st, 2017 by Cathy Mendler No Comments

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C
heck out Rachel Hartman’s 9 Decluttering Projects to Tackle This Summer.

How does Richard Branson accomplish so much? Lists! In How I get things done, he shares his top 10 tips for making lists.

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Wouldn’t YOU like 10x the results?

Posted on: June 23rd, 2017 by Cathy Mendler No Comments

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Have you heard of the Pomodoro Technique? It’s similar to other productivity ideas where you focus on your tasks for a block of time–25 minutes.

Thomas Oppong explains the technique in This Simple Life-Changing Technique Can Help You Achieve 10x Results.

 

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Everyone Loves a Good Hack!

Posted on: May 26th, 2017 by Cathy Mendler No Comments

 

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Even though Dunja Lazic’s article is entitled “10 Time Management Hacks Every Entrepreneur Needs to Know,” these hacks apply to everyone. Try out a couple!

 

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Get More Done with Less Effort

Posted on: April 20th, 2017 by Cathy Mendler No Comments

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It’s the beginning of a new quarter. Have you accomplished what you set out to do in 2017?

Don’t give up!

McVal Osborne reminds us of the basics in 5 Tips to Get More Meaningful Work Done With Less Effort.

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Do YOU experience FOMO?

Posted on: March 27th, 2017 by Cathy Mendler No Comments

 

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Why do we often feel that we are missing out in today’s fast-paced world? That fear costs us more than we realize.

Michael Hyatt’s “Why FOMO Keeps Us From Being Productive: 5 Steps for Choosing the Right Opportunities” hits the nail on the head. I think everyone can relate to this article. Improve your productivity by implementing one (or more) of his five steps. I need to work on #4!

Have the dull gray skies of winter sapped your energy and left you feeling less productive than you’d like? Check out Heidi Grant’s “How to make yourself work when you just don’t want to.”

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Wise words…

Posted on: March 2nd, 2017 by Cathy Mendler No Comments

 

 

 

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He had a lot of talent, but didn’t have much dedication, wasn’t organized, didn’t know how to learn, didn’t know how to comprehend what he was doing, didn’t try to learn how to get better.”

Jack Nicklaus – Professional Golfer

Ask yourself, “What can I do to learn more?”



What can we do in 15 minutes?

Posted on: January 31st, 2017 by Cathy Mendler No Comments

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Think you can’t accomplish much in 15 minutes?

Check out Apartment Therapy’s article 15 Things You Can Organize While You’re Waiting for Your Show to Start.”

Haven’t got 15 minutes?

get motivated“If I can do something in less than one minute, I don’t let myself procrastinate.

I hang up my coat, put newspapers in the recycling, scan and toss a letter. Ever since I wrote about this rule in ‘The Happiness Project,’ I’ve been amazed by how many people have told me that it has made a huge difference in their lives.”
~Gretchen Rubin, American author

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