Amazingly, the most precious resource we have -- our time -- is often wasted or at best mismanaged. Sometimes, we don't even realize it.
I'm sure that Peter Gibbons, the much-loved character from 'Office Space,' would endorse these tactics.
It's easy to fool yourself about how much time you're wasting online. A few tweaks are all you need to end the delusion.
Achieving a state of flow at work will allow you achieve optimal performance and find satisfaction.
For many people, a beloved job that pays well can make up for outrageous hours that go along with it. But what happens when it is just too much?
People are happiest on the job when they are respected for doing good work.
When we aren't as successful as we'd like to be, it's not because we aren't doing enough, it's because we are doing too much of the wrong things.
We get it: you are a busy entrepreneur and it can be hard to fit that "reading time" in with work, family and dozens of other obligations you need to fit into your day. So do this.
Is it possible that being everywhere at once might actually be hurting your business?
If you want to retain top talent, focus on establishing a culture with ample professional development opportunities, that empowers instead of commands, and that serves as a platform for innovation and intrapreneurship.
When you just can't see how anything could go wrong, take a second look.
There's still time left to take a much needed break this summer. Here's why it may be the best thing for your business.
How do you accomplish that one task that unquestionably needs to get done but still have time for everything else?
Similar to how every chemical reaction has an activation energy, we can think of every habit or behavior as having an activation energy as well.
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