For the last four days, I volunteered at a leadership development camp designed for teens who suffered from cancer and their siblings. Here are eight of the things I learned about productivity over the last four days.
Productivity tips and hacks are useful, but most of them are useless if you’re not honest with yourself. That might sound a bit hippie-dippy, but it’s not.
People hate losing what they have, but that’s not entirely a bad thing, because you can use the awesome power of “loss aversion” to your advantage to lose weight.
It’s funny how an article from 2005 can still be so relevant today. About eight years ago, Derek Silvers (the founder of CDBaby) wrote about how ideas are worthless by themselves, and only become worth something when they’re multiplied by great execution. I’m tempted to post his article in full because […]
In Clayton Christensen’s book, How Will You Measure Your Life, he talks about his jobs-to-be-done theory. The theory states that when a consumer (me or you) buys a product, they buy it to perform a particular job.