Category: Productivity

the link between sleep and productivity

Approximately 45 percent of American adults slept poorly in the last week. Without the recommended seven hours of sleep, reasoning, emotional stability, and work productivity take a serious hit. Even those who got the right quantity of sleep may not have gotten the quality necessary for the body to be fully rested. Better sleep opens […]

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Tips for Better Content Consistency

Content is the main ingredient of every digital marketing campaign. Whether you are trying to expand your social media reach or build a stronger online presence, you need good content – content that the audience finds valuable – to be able to pull it off successfully. There is, however, something more important than putting out […]

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man going for a morning run because he believes in making his mornings matter

Humans are wired for structure and routine. The certainty they provide creates order in the midst of chaos. But I’m not talking about the type that has you thinking, feeling and doing the same thing every day without any conscious thought. I’m suggesting you need a structure that provides you with balance, clarity, energy and […]

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computer with screen saver that says "do more" as a reminder to be more productive

Text messages, email notifications, and that lingering impulse that eventually leads you into scrolling through your Instagram feed. Let’s face it: technology has its benefits, but the distractions caused by it can be a major stumbling block when it comes to your overall productivity and mental health. According to a study from UC Irvine, it […]

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mornings ready to be mastered

The following is Part 1 of a Master Your Morning series meant to help you start each day the right way. Over the coming articles, I’ll introduce a handful of keys habits to implement to your morning routine. Adjust these ideas to match your age, interests, and ability to start each day proactive, positive and […]

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