Archive for the ‘Time management’ Category

The Why and How of Simplifying Life

Posted by Donald Latumahina 6 Comments

If you want to live an effective life, one important thing you should focus on is simplifying your life. It’s not easy though; I’m still learning myself. I’m a person with many ideas on what to do and often got distracted here and there. I was able to see this when reviewing my life map.  [ Read More ]

Categories: Time management, Working

Note: This post is written by Joan Selby A productive member of society is the bastion of civilization. People that contribute little or nothing to society are a burden to it. That said, all work and no play make Jack a dull boy, so there’s no call to look down on people that want to have  [ Read More ]

Categories: Time management, Working

7 Key Tips for Time Management

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Note: This post is written by Samantha White Learning proper time management is a skill. You will find there are several competent managers and leaders around you who may excel in what they do but are not the best time keepers. If you have a habit of arriving late to work, find that you are not  [ Read More ]

Categories: Time management, Working

Note: This post is written by Garik Himebaugh Why do so many entrepreneurs have morning routines? From Bill Gates to Tim Ferriss, the presence of morning rituals amongst the ultra-successful, and the apparent lack of them amongst us mortals, probably has you wondering why they do such a crazy thing every day, and if you should  [ Read More ]

Do you want to have a good day? Well, then it’s important that you start your day well. If you do, chances are your day will also be good. But if you don’t, the opposite might happen. How you start your day can make or break it. Here is how to start your day well:  [ Read More ]

Categories: Health, Time management

8 Tips to Optimize Your Commute

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Note: This post is written by Sarah Landrum Every morning, 128 million people commute to work in the U.S. More than three-quarters of them commute alone. While you may regard your commute as an event to be suffered through — and perhaps even dread — you could be putting that time in your car to productive  [ Read More ]