1. Articles in category: Self Improvement

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    1. 17 Tiny Habits That Drain Your Energy (And Make Life More Difficult)

      17 Tiny Habits That Drain Your Energy (And Make Life More Difficult)

      Our habits are what ultimately build who we are. If we build positive daily habits, we create ourselves in a positive and thoughtful direction. If we build negative daily habits, we find wake up in deep holes while at the same time wondering how we got there in the first place. The key, then, is to understand how these habits come to be--and having the awareness to spot those pesky tiny habits that prohibit larger, more positive growth.

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    2. What Happened When I Moved My Company To A 5-Hour Workday

      What Happened When I Moved My Company To A 5-Hour Workday

      In every office, I've often felt, there are just a few people who do three times the work of everyone else, yet their reward is only marginally higher. As an entrepreneur, I've been managing my own productivity time—not on-the-clock-time—pretty effectively for over 15 years, and I've largely been able to work fewer hours than my friends in the corporate world.

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    3. 3 Terrible Habits I Learned At Apple--And Why I Unlearned Them

      3 Terrible Habits I Learned At Apple--And Why I Unlearned Them

      I helped build Apple during its renaissance in the 2000s. Surrounded by incredible people, I learned the value of relentless focus and of a brand powerful enough to drive consumer trends the world over. It was a phenomenal place to start my career. But it was terrible training for a startup founder. There's no doubt that Apple’s contrarian approach has been part of its wild success. It makes sense, then, that many startups try to emulate it.

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    4. 3 Terrible Habits I Learned At Apple--And Why I Unlearned Them

      3 Terrible Habits I Learned At Apple--And Why I Unlearned Them

      I helped build Apple during its renaissance in the 2000s. Surrounded by incredible people, I learned the value of relentless focus and of a brand powerful enough to drive consumer trends the world over. It was a phenomenal place to start my career. But it was terrible training for a startup founder. There's no doubt that Apple’s contrarian approach has been part of its wild success. It makes sense, then, that many startups try to emulate it.

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    5. 3 Terrible Habits I Learned At Apple--And Why I Unlearned Them

      3 Terrible Habits I Learned At Apple--And Why I Unlearned Them

      I helped build Apple during its renaissance in the 2000s. Surrounded by incredible people, I learned the value of relentless focus and of a brand powerful enough to drive consumer trends the world over. It was a phenomenal place to start my career. But it was terrible training for a startup founder. There's no doubt that Apple’s contrarian approach has been part of its wild success. It makes sense, then, that many startups try to emulate it.

      Read Full Article
    6. I Unlearned the 3 Terrible Habits I Learned At Apple

      I Unlearned the 3 Terrible Habits I Learned At Apple

      I helped build Apple during its renaissance in the 2000s. Surrounded by incredible people, I learned the value of relentless focus and of a brand powerful enough to drive consumer trends the world over. It was a phenomenal place to start my career. But it was terrible training for a startup founder. There's no doubt that Apple’s contrarian approach has been part of its wild success. It makes sense, then, that many startups try to emulate it.

      Read Full Article
    7. What Happened When I Moved My Company To A 5-Hour Workday

      What Happened When I Moved My Company To A 5-Hour Workday

      In every office, I've often felt, there are just a few people who do three times the work of everyone else, yet their reward is only marginally higher. As an entrepreneur, I've been managing my own productivity time—not on-the-clock-time—pretty effectively for over 15 years, and I've largely been able to work fewer hours than my friends in the corporate world.

      Read Full Article
    8. Here's What Happened When I Started Writing "Anti-To-Do Lists"

      Here's What Happened When I Started Writing "Anti-To-Do Lists"

      I live and die by my to-do list. Jotting down everything that needs to get done is often the very first thing I do when I sit down at my desk in the morning. It helps me to feel focused, organized, and like I have a decent plan of attack for my day. But despite the fact that my planner has the capability to make me feel like some sort of productivity prodigy, it also has a sneaky way of swooping in and making me feel downright unaccomplished.

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    9. 3 Ways To Boost Your Confidence Before Starting Your Day

      3 Ways To Boost Your Confidence Before Starting Your Day

      What does it take to speak up in a meeting when you are the only woman at the table? How about asking your company to invest in that professional development activity that you know will give you an edge in your career? If you need to work from home once a month, are you willing to express that need? An extra boost of confidence can give you the courage to do the things that used to give you anxiety.

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    10. You Can Design A Happier Office Culture. Here's How

      You Can Design A Happier Office Culture. Here's How

      In the 1960s and '70s, the psychologist Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi gave pagers to study subjects, ranging from motorcycle gang members to sheepherders. When the pagers buzzed, the participants' job was to record their happiness levels. These studies ushered in the modern era of happiness research (and gave birth to an idea you’ve probably heard about—the times when productive hours float by like minutes in "flow").

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    11. This Simple Chart Can Help You Get A Grip On Your Tech Addiction

      This Simple Chart Can Help You Get A Grip On Your Tech Addiction

      Is the world more distracting? Sometimes it seems that way. With our devices perpetually buzzing, it seems that more events need our attention right away and more things try to entertain us while we're trying to focus. Distraction is hardly a digital phenomenon, though. More than 2,000 years ago, Socrates and Aristotle debated the nature of akrasia" (pronounced "uh-crazy-uh"), our tendency to act against our better judgement.

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    12. This Simple Chart Can Help You Get A Grip On Your Tech Addiction

      This Simple Chart Can Help You Get A Grip On Your Tech Addiction

      Is the world more distracting? Sometimes it seems that way. With our devices perpetually buzzing, it seems that more events need our attention right away and more things try to entertain us while we're trying to focus. Distraction is hardly a digital phenomenon, though. More than 2,000 years ago, Socrates and Aristotle debated the nature of akrasia" (pronounced "uh-crazy-uh"), our tendency to act against our better judgement.

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      Mentions: Google
    13. I Started Writing "Anti-To-Do Lists" & Here's What Happened

      I Started Writing "Anti-To-Do Lists" & Here's What Happened

      I live and die by my to-do list. Jotting down everything that needs to get done is often the very first thing I do when I sit down at my desk in the morning. It helps me to feel focused, organized, and like I have a decent plan of attack for my day. But despite the fact that my planner has the capability to make me feel like some sort of productivity prodigy, it also has a sneaky way of swooping in and making me feel downright unaccomplished.

      Read Full Article
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