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Are You Prolific?

Are You Prolific?

Are you prolific? Pablo Picasso was. He is said to have produced 40 to 50 THOUSAND works of art!! How about you? But the even deeper question is: Why am I writing this article? Why do I care about being prolific while you don’t? We’ll answer that in a minute, but first, let’s take a look at what it means to be prolific. Prolific Productivity To be prolific means to produce an obscene amount of work. So if you’re an artist, you put out a lot of paintings. If you’re a writer, you put out a lot of books. If you’re an entrepreneur, you start a lot of companies. If you’re a golfer, you play in a lot of tournaments. If you’re a stripper, you give a lot of lap dances. Don’t judge, I live in Vegas 😉 How about you? Do you actually ship lots of stuff? How many projects have you completed in your life so far? Interesting… Some food for thought, eh? But now, a caveat....

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Top 5 Apps to Boost Your Productivity

Top 5 Apps to Boost Your Productivity

A new year has just begun and resolution making is in full force all around the world. We live in an age where we have access to the best ever resources to aid our productivity, and yet it doesn’t seem to have impacted our resourcefulness much. But you could change all of that this year. Approach the problem of wastage of time with a clear plan and make your smartphone your ally in jumpstarting your productivity by downloading the right apps. There is, however, a slight problem of redundancy with apps. We download many and use just a few. The rest keep lying there, taking up valuable space. Since productivity is all about making the most of what you have, you need to start by deleting every ‘productivity’ app that you haven’t used in a couple of months. Too many options = confusion. Hence with this post we are bringing to you the best apps in the productivity department. These are all rather simple to use, which is how...

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5 Ways To Be More Productive At Work

5 Ways To Be More Productive At Work

Being more productive at work can have fantastic results. Promotions, recognition, or just simply getting more done at work to to be able to work less hours at home can all be benefits enjoyed when production is increased at work. Whether a person is an employee, or owns their own business, their level of productivity is directly related to their level of success in most situations. Here are a few tips to help you become more productive while working whether you are a high-paid forensic accountantor a student trying to complete your associates degree. Prioritize – Make A To Do List It’s easy to forget about things or to get caught up doing busy work or unimportant things in an office setting. This can easily be avoided by having a living to do list. This is a list that is recreated or modified every morning when the day begins. As things get done, they are crossed off. Making a list like this, with items prioritized, will help you stay...

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5 Tips To Convert Your Lazy Mind Towards Healthy Mind

5 Tips To Convert Your Lazy Mind Towards Healthy Mind

Laziness is really a frame of mind. If you are going to create a new beginning in the New Year, yet a thing usually brings you back, which a thing might be you. We decide our habits, including the sluggish ones. Keep reading to learn ways to quit being lazy and start moving out ahead!How you can Stop Being Lazy? How To Take Self-Confessions and Self-Reset Confess that you’re lazy Similar to any recuperation plan, step one at this point is confessing that you have a problem. If you cannot be prepared for it, you will not make any efforts to improve it. On the other hand, it’s not necessary to encounter any public embarrassment. You can maintain this for yourself. No one has to understand that you are even considering it, aside from aiming to make positive changes to lazy routines. Avoid delegating Lazy folks prefer to delegate. Quite a bit,You need that remote control? Get out of bed and find it yourself. You desperately want that garlic...

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Conquering Morning Anxiety in the Workplace

Conquering Morning Anxiety in the Workplace

Morning anxiety can enormously affect your level of productivity. If you are one of those many people who are battling with anxiety every morning, you have to find ways to conquer it before everything becomes too difficult for you to deal with. One of the ways to beat morning anxiety is to come up with morning routines that will set you up for the following eight hours of high productivity. Be on time. Perhaps you have heard this being said by your boss a couple of times. This may seem like a very common advice, so common that many people have already ignored it. But, little they realize that arriving on or before the time can greatly jumpstart your productivity for the day. Do it not just for the sake of leaving good impressions to your boss or to anybody in the workplace. But, you should realize that arriving on time will make it easier for you to accomplish many tasks for the day. Perform deep breathing exercise. Mornings...

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Know How Breaks Help Your Productivity

Know How Breaks Help Your Productivity

Keeping your head down and your nose to grindstone may appear to make you a hard worker, but it doesn’t make you more productive, or healthier. More and more studies are showing that taking short breaks during the workday will help your well-being and make you more productive. The concept of working more productively started in the early 20th century, and was implemented by Henry Ford in the 1920s when he established the five day, eight hour schedule, creating the forty-hour workweek. The idea, based on the law of diminishing returns, recognized that having employees work longer hours didn’t result in better productivity. A long period of physical inactivity, like sitting at your desk, creates stress on your body and mind. Taking a short break, either mental or physical, can reinvigorate you and improve your productivity. A recent British study has identified 2:55 PM as the least productive time of the workday. Logic would tell us that it’s a great time to take a break. While popular opinion indicates...

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