Posts Tagged ‘productivity’

How Mindfulness Can Boost Your Creativity and Productivity

Lauren Nelson | October 4th, 2016 boat jetty sunset lake windermere lake district cumbria england uk europe

It might be a “hot” brand of therapy, but it’s also got serious applications for the most atypical among us, especially those trying to up their professional game.

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The Creativity Conundrum: An Ugly Mix of Endorphins and Self-Sabotage

Lauren Nelson | September 6th, 2016

Whether you’re a graphic designer, marketing executive, or entrepreneur trying to launch the next big thing, we all have something in common: we’re creative souls. That creativity may not always manifest in the same way, but without an active imagination, none of us would ever achieve anything worth anything. Though science certainly plays a role […]

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Wind Up Your Productivity and Creativity by Winding Down

Lauren Nelson | August 19th, 2016 clear-your-mind

In today’s world, a huge premium is put on staying busy. How many hours are you working? How much are you getting done during those hours? What are you doing that’s productive when you’re not working?     These questions aren’t necessarily bad. You want to make sure you’re making progress towards goals. But that […]

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Tips and Tricks for Maintaining Productivity on the Road

Arielle Kimbarovsky | August 12th, 2016 14261972267_3c9e287f9e_z

Image credit: Lisa Jacobs I love to travel, even when traveling exclusively for business. It’s always fun to explore new places, people, and adventures. In fact, some entrepreneurs believe that traveling helps them to be more creative, improves productivity, and increases their expertise – so they travel even while running their company! Whether it’s for […]

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Why “To-Do” Lists Are Hurting Your Business

Arielle Kimbarovsky | August 8th, 2016 todo

  It’s Monday morning, which means professionals around the world are kicking off their workweek. They’re getting coffee, catching up around the water cooler, firing up their computer, and getting down to business. And in the process of getting down to business, many of them are hurting their own productivity before the work can really even […]

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How One Book, Science, and This Article Will Change Your Productivity and Happiness

Arielle Kimbarovsky | June 15th, 2016

The Four Hour Workweek by Tim Ferriss is one of my favorite business books. When I first read it several years ago, I had no experience working a self-directed, flexible schedule. With one short exception, I had always been exposed to specific timetables, exclusively hard deadlines, and the mentality that “more is more”. The sole […]

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How Clutter Affects Your Productivity, And What You Can Do About It

Arielle Kimbarovsky | May 25th, 2016

  I read many blogs to get inspired, learn, and to see what other people are doing. I’ve noticed that over the past few years, more people have been writing about productivity. This makes sense because as entrepreneurs and business owners, we are always looking for ways in which we can improve our productivity – […]

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Entrepreneurs Who Complain Are Setting Themselves Up For Failure

Arielle Kimbarovsky | May 4th, 2016

An entrepreneur’s day is busy, chaotic, and exhausting. On most days, you feel like all of the hours and effort you put into your business are worth it. But running a business – especially a startup – can often feel like riding a roller-coaster. There are days when you probably find yourself wondering whether you’re […]

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How The Cloud Is Reshaping Small Business Productivity And Profits

Arielle Kimbarovsky | March 30th, 2016

The business world changes frequently and quickly, making it difficult for small businesses and entrepreneurs to keep up with new trends. But if small business owners and entrepreneurs fail to keep up with these trends, they will be left behind in the dust as the technology, organization, and marketing techniques in their industries change. A […]

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5 Strategies To Increase Productivity In Open Offices

Ross Kimbarovsky | March 21st, 2016

More and more companies, especially startups, are adopting open office floor plans. Today, nearly 70% of all offices have open floor plans. Companies of all sizes see open offices as an opportunity to reduce real estate footprint and costs – you can put more people into an open layout. In fact, as more companies embrace […]

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