Category: “Personal Productivity”

Effectiveness can be learned

Effectiveness Can Be Learned

Peter Drucker said that being effective is “doing the right things”, and that’s what any knowledge worker is expected to do. Being effective is something that everyone would want to be regardless of their life’s circumstances, not just in professional matters.

Working environment

Creating the Ideal Working Environment: Tips and Ideas

To the untrained eye or the non-entrepreneur, it’s just the ‘spare room’. To you — the self-proclaimed Richard Branson! — it’s going to be the home office of your dreams. You have a blank canvass to build your dreams and millions upon, but where do you start?

Freelancer challenges

Working as a Freelancer in the Pandemic: Opportunities and Challenges

The pandemic opened a window to new opportunities for freelancers but new challenges too. Finding the balance between these two aspects is the key to leverage the moment. Before the pandemic, the freelancing world was already growing rapidly. But the pandemic shook the foundation as it did with all the other fields. So, if you are a freelancer or are thinking of joining this working style, here are some opportunities and challenges that you need to consider.

Sleep and productivity

4 Tips to Improve Sleep to Become More Productive

Productivity is part of the modern lifestyle. Professionals are always seeking out techniques to increase their output and perfect their efficiency. While productivity methods are helpful in their own way, though, there’s one productivity booster that is as simple and natural as breathing.

Walk and productivity

What Walking Has to Do with Your Personal Productivity

Stoics recommended walking as a form of mental training to connect with the unconscious. Buddhists recommend walking for a higher, happier and healthier life. Many of the most brilliant minds throughout history found the ideas for which they are known in their walks.

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