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We all know people who seem to be able to work from anywhere. Kids tee-ball game? An excuse to catch up on email. Exercise bike? Perfect time for some reading. However, quite a few of us don’t operate that way. Those who seem to excel at these random remote working locations however can still benefit by thinking...
Nobody sets out to have an unproductive day. Despite your best intentions, though, it can seem impossible to get things done, especially with constant distractions like email notifications and last-minute meetings. But there are things you can do to give yourself an advantage once tomorrow begins. The key is to prepare the night before, taking steps...
Being productive plays a huge role in your success. That’s probably why people spend hours and hours scouring the Internet for top-notch productivity tips, tricks, and hacks. While most of this advice can assist you in becoming more productive, there are plenty of myths out there as well. They may seem helpful, but these myths, such as the...
Hiring is one of the most important tasks any entrepreneur undertakes, but it can also be the most grueling. Most business leaders invest time into learning the basics of hiring, including posting job ads and asking the right questions during the job interview. However, some businesses fail to personalize the hiring process to fit their own...
Do you want to read more but feel like you don’t have the time? You are not alone. “Not enough time” is the most common excuse I hear people make against reading with greater frequency. In reality though, there is plenty of time to read a few books a month. You probably “find the time” to watch Netflix...
When it comes to productivity, are you a night owl or an early bird? You may not know the exact time of day you’re most productive, but if you can identify your peak time of day, you can adjust your workday to make the most of it. Here are a few ways to discover your...
It is okay to admit that managing other people is challenging. It requires monitoring multiple emotional energies, personalities and preferences while also caring about yourself. Even people with years of training and experience struggle. The good thing is that you do not have to figure it out by yourself. There are helpful resources to improve your managing skills. Among...
Consultants at prestigious consulting firms like McKinsey & Company, Boston Consulting Group and Bain & Company are often the best and the brightest. They must complete a rigorous hiring process that tests their intellect and stamina. If selected, they will be compensated handsomely for their work, and will have earned a competitive advantage over peers in the job market....
How are your new year’s resolutions coming along? If you’re like me you’re already struggling with whatever the goal was, whether it be getting healthy, starting a new career path or leaving behind difficult relationships. For some, 2018 is still poised to be, “The year I start a new job.” If this sounds like you, you may just...
For managers, an open-door policy means employees feel free to approach them at any time with questions or concerns. For employees, an open-door policy is no longer a choice, since open-plan offices have removed cubicle walls in many workplaces. While “collaboration” is now the buzzword of almost every workforce, it comes at the expense of productivity....
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