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Happy New Year!Let me ask you something. Have you made any New Year’s resolutions?92% of New Year’s resolutions fail Read more It probably will not surprise you to know that … Continue reading These two words can help you keep your New Year’s resolutions
Back in mid-December, before I took a couple of weeks of holiday, I scheduled a blog post for today. It was about how to keep your New Year’s resolutions.But, truthfully?Nothing … Continue reading How small actions really do help
There are exactly two rules for making a special occasion special.
Focusing on work when you’re at home can be a challenge! That’s why you need simple tricks to help your brain be fully focused.
Research shows that willpower fails us about 50% of the time, and pushing yourself harder doesn’t actually mean you get more done. Here are five ways that exercising some self-compassion and going easy on yourself is actually more productive than pushing yourself harder.
Have you ever played tetris? In high school, I used to play it a lot. I’d play for hours on end, and then go to bed and see brightly coloured shapes falling, falling, falling across the backs of my eyelids. Gratitude is like tetris.
You have a few pieces of paper in your hand. Do you plonk them on your desk, or file them away? In other words: are you a “piler”, or a “filer”?
Want to write to-do lists that actually work? Here’s a selection of best-practice advice from around the web.
Earlier this year, I made a mistake: I bought a fancy-pants planner I’d been hearing everyone rave about. “It’s so amazing!” they all said. And … it didn’t work for me. Here’s five questions to help you avoid the same mistake.
It’s a question as ancient as the smartphone: should you write a paper to-do list, or a digital one? Here’s why you might need a bit of both.
Does bribing yourself with rewards actually work? Well… it’s complicated.
You need to get your team on the same page about how and when to communicate, stat. But you don’t know where to start. I hear you. Here are five principles of good communication for you and your team.
You have a coffee in the morning, realise that you’re about to be out of milk, and think “Oh, I should get milk.” And then your brain helpfully reminds you several times throughout the day that you need to get milk. So far, so good.