What meditation does
Reading multiple books at the same time makes you enjoy them more
Why Protecting Your Identity Increases Your Contentment
How to beat procrastination by tricking your mind
When you work alone you get stuck. Whether it be a hard problem, a heavy lunch, or just a bad interaction with resistance there are times when you find yourself in a rut and need to force your way out of it.
If you are like me you can get into a mindset of negative thinking where you can poke holes in any potential project idea or action.
This year I continued my odd quest to read a lot of books and ended up reading more than last year.
The Pomodoro technique is a rare productivity tool: simple, powerful, and popular.
Most people agree that a “to do list” is a great way to track work tasks whether it be shopping lists or work lists or people that you need to tickle this week.
We have all been there – you are busy all day but as the day ends you still haven’t done The One Thing that you really should have finished today.
My productivity tip of the day is pretty simple and exists in two parts:
In a previous entry I mentioned that you should have certain infrastructure readily-available when you work from home.
I am working out of a massive office building in one of those little commercial compounds this week.