We’ve talked a lot about our natural need to take breaks, allowing us time to give our brains a mini recharge before moving on to the next task. Many of us do this by checking our Facebook pages, heading over to BuzzFeed or another online time suck. It turns out we’ve been doing it all wrong.
Note: This series is an exploration of my own grief in the wake of my mom’s cancer diagnosis and ultimate death on June 24, 2013. Skip to the TL;DR section at the end for the takeaways if you’re not in the mood for a long read. [Read more...]
Many successful people are creatures of habit in some way; these routines to add to your workday are sure to crank up your productivity. [Read more...]
New research indicates that a 10-minute nap is the ideal way to recharge our energy and calm our brains. Has the classic power nap taken a Ridiculously Efficient twist? [Read more...]
In this dynamic TED Talk, Brad Feld discusses Theme 7 from the first chapter of his book “Do More Faster.” [Read more...]
Barry Glassman of Glassman Wealth Services pays for every employee to spend one day each quarter out of the office thinking up ideas to benefit the company in what’s called a Thinking Day. Could such a practice benefit your office? [Read more...]
To preserve productivity in the holiday season and beyond, you must embrace downtime. [Read more...]
It might seem counterintuitive, but hobbies and productivity have a direct relationship. [Read more...]