Setting process goals, as opposed to regular goals, will allow you to be much more creative.
Tracking progress on your goals can actually make you less likely to achieve them.
When you actively listen to what someone is trying to say, your conversations become more valuable, meaningful, and productive. Here’s how to do it.
According to a sizeable amount of research, one of the best ways to maximize happiness is to ‘flow’ more often. Here’s how to do it.
Studies have shown that people think of their present and future selves as completely different people, and that they often make terrible decisions because of it. Here’s how to steer clear of that trap.
One of the main reasons you’re reading these words right now is because I went ‘all in’ on A Year of Productivity.
Believe it or not, the amount of natural and artificial light you’re exposed to each day can have a huge effect on how productive you are. Here are four ways artificial light can affect you.
According to researcher Carol Dweck, there is one single quality that separates successful people from unsuccessful people – whether or not they have a ‘growth mindset’.