People care a lot less about your house, car, job, and clothes than you think. And knowing that fact will change your game.
In my opinion, productive people (and successful people) do these two things every day that other people don’t.
Hard work is pretty underrated. Here are two questions to ask yourself about how hard you and the people around you are working that I pulled from the book Mindset.
In a recent interview, Tim Cook talked about the benefits of focusing on a few, simple things. He also talked about what he focuses on every day.
Exercise improves your focus by improving your concentration, energy, well-being, and how you respond to stress. Here are three ways you can use exercise to boost your focus.
Food is fuel, and it can have a huge impact on your ability to focus and concentrate. Try eating these 9 brain foods that have been scientifically proven to help you focus.
Procrastination is often linked to unproductivity, but it doesn’t have to be. By procrastinating constructively, you can turn your bad procrastination habit into a well of unlimited productivity riches. (Does that even make sense?)
According to a recent study, when you multitask, you are not being more productive – you just feel more emotionally satisfied from your work. While multitasking feels good, it ultimately makes you less productive.