Archive for the ‘Working’ Category

The Why and How of Simplifying Life

Posted by Donald Latumahina 2 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

5 Ways to Take Your Goals Seriously

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Note: This post is written by Tom Casano It’s much easier to set a goal than follow through, correct? So what processes do you need to have in place to make sure those goals you made get reached? There’s one main reason why you don’t reach your goals and it’s probably because you don’t take  [ Read More ]

Categories: Purpose, Working

Note: This post is written by Colin Christensen Managing people in the workplace (or anywhere else for that matter) is a difficult task. Everyone is different, so there are no hard and fast rules to motivating him or her to be more productive. Leaders have to understand the difference between introverts and extroverts to light a  [ Read More ]

Categories: Attitude, Working

Note: This post is written by Saurabh Srivastava So, you have got this dream. It might be writing a novel, building up a popular blog, making 6 pack abs, and anything else. You might know people who reached these goals, and their journey was just a long walk on the warm sand. And here, you have  [ Read More ]

Categories: Attitude, Working

Note: This post is written by Cris Antonio Imagine yourself going about your tasks as you normally would, but today, you feel everything around you begin to gradually fade out. It’s like becoming a third-party observer. There is no one else but you – just your hands and your body in motion. You know this  [ Read More ]

Categories: Thinking, Working