When you wish to achieve great productivity, you have to think about your body as well. Physiology is one of the fundamentals that can give you energy to work at your best and become the best version of yourself. This article offers science-backed concepts that can improve the way you work on the most fundamental level. (mere…)
There are so many distractions in today’s workplace that break your focus and productive streaks. It’s easy to get stressed and frustrated because of non-stop interruptions.
The good news is that there are hacks you can do to accomplish more in less time. These hacks include setting mini goals, putting a stop to multitasking, seeking quiet, and more. (mere…)
It turns out, there’s scientific proof behind the saying “practice makes perfect.”
Your ability to learn something new depends on strengthening neural connections. For example, the more you practice speaking a foreign language, the stronger the circuits get, and the more fluent you become in that language. (mere…)
Do you feel like you aren’t working as productively as you could be? To be productive, you must understand the reasons why you procrastinate and the habits that hold you back. Time tracking can help you understand how much time you spend on each of your tasks, figure out where your time is being wasted, and make strategic changes. (mere…)
Perfectionism might actually be bad for your productivity. “We tend to freeze up when it’s time to get started because we know that our ideas aren’t perfect and what we produce might not be any good. But how can you ever produce something great if you don’t get started and give your ideas time to evolve?” says Dr. Travis Bradberry, co-author of Emotional Intelligence 2.0 and co-founder of TalentSmart. (mere…)
“The average person has 70,000 thoughts each day [..],” says Travis Bradberry, author of Emotional Intelligence 2.0 and co-founder of TalentSmart – the world’s leading provider of emotional intelligence tests and training. Wow! (mere…)
DeskTime has collected a list of 8 productivity tools and gadgets that help increase productivity at work and at home. It features products like the Doxie Go, the small, portable scanner that allows you to scan documents everywhere, and Luxafor, a LED productivity indicator that lets your colleagues know when you’re busy. (mere…)
Is your to-do list hard to finish and not working as expected? No worries, DeskTime has advice on how to master your productivity and better accomplish the tasks on your to-do list. Learn about 5 different to-do list techniques, and find the one that works best for you. Is it Bullet Journaling, focusing on smaller tasks, Steven Covey’s Priority Matrix concept, identifying your most important tasks, or the Pareto Principle? Read more on the DeskTime Blog.