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Meditation/Mindfulness

4 Ways to Surf the Internet Mindfully

4 Ways to Surf the Internet Mindfully

Second only to Narnia, the Internet is the most magical, make-believe place in the world. And because it’s so magical, it’s incredibly easy to get lost in it; jumping around from one distraction to the next – from pictures of food, to cute kittens, to cute girls on Facebook, to […]

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Time

The Two Minute Rule

The Two Minute Rule

However you manage your schedule, it’s easy to get caught in the trap of adding absolutely everything to it because, man, that feeling of crossing something off of it just feels so good. The two minute rule will save you from that trap.

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Energy

13 things to do ‘because it’s Thursday’

13 things to do ‘because it’s Thursday’

This blog is about becoming more productive, but too much productivity can add rigidity to your life. Being a bit more impulsive can help you push back against that rigidity.

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Time

Get Unstuck: How to manage your time with the Pomodoro Technique

Get Unstuck: How to manage your time with the Pomodoro Technique

The Pomodoro Technique is a dead-simple time management technique that breaks your time down into easy-to-manage chunks. It helps you focus, get more done (in less time), and become much more productive. What’s not to love?

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Meditation/Mindfulness

A one-minute gift to yourself

A one-minute gift to yourself

Stop. Just stop, right now. I have a gift to share with you. It’s not a unique gift, or one that you haven’t received before – it’s called ‘this moment’. Corny, right? Keep reading. Right now, are you bouncing around between status updates, website links, and other distractions? On your […]

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Meditation/Mindfulness

5 reasons meditation will make you more productive

5 reasons meditation will make you more productive

I personally believe that meditation is as important as sleep, exercise, and healthy eating, and that it is a habit that everyone should integrate into their life. There have been a ton of scientific studies done that have shown that meditation has a wide range of health and productivity benefits, […]

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General Productivity

How the ‘jobs-to-be-done’ theory will change how you think about your life

How the ‘jobs-to-be-done’ theory will change how you think about your life

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.

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