How Many Hours of the Day Do You Have Access to Your Phone?

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How many hours of the day do you have access to your phone? How often do you check it? Do you jut crave to see who texted you or liked your Instagram photo every time your phone rings?

That little screen with texts, likes, comments, emails, and more is super addicting. Have you ever started texting and walked directly into something? Back in the day, kids would do that eating an ice cream cone. Today, kids do that holding an iPad.

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Why You Should Prioritize Exercise Above Your Business

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Entrepreneurs tend to put their businesses above all else. It’s always at the top of their priority list, sitting high above relationships and even health. This isn’t usually driven by money. Most entrepreneurs are driven by the idea of building something great, something that can change lives or even make the world a better place. It’s this rationale that justifies putting the business above everything else.

However, Josh Steimle, CEO of international digital marketing agency MWI, says exercise is now his top priority.

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How to Organize Your Home Office [Infographic]

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For those of us who spend most of our time working from home, the way you design and organize your home office is super important. It can help to make or break your focus and productivity, and make your day just a bit more seamless. The infographic below from OmniPapers provides tips specifically for writers, but anyone looking to spruce up their work area can benefit.

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Sleep Your Way to Success [Infographic]

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We all know how important sleep is for our overall wellbeing, but just how much sleep do you need to be a highly productive person? Well, a lot.

According to the infographic below from SleepPeople.com, highly productive people need between seven and nine hours of sleep each night. Anything less than six hours a night will result in a loss of productivity. And, getting less than five hours of sleep for a few nights in a row can cause the same impairment as drinking alcohol.

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