Tag: “Health”

Personal Productivity

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Cut The Crap And Take a Vacation!

After the last economic crisis, it seems that we must learn to be more productive, to do more with less. In recent years this has led, mainly small businesses and self-employed people, to limit somewhat their vacations.

Personal Productivity

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Lack of Focus is Killing Your Productivity

Curiously, when we realize that our personal productivity is not as good as we would like, the first thing we do is looking for new systems, methods and applications that help us to get better organized. Instinctively, we dodge the issue: “If I’m not productive enough is because the tools I use don’t fit well with me.”

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Dealing with Stress at Work and Life

Unfortunately, we have increasingly assumed that working under a lot of pressure is the most natural thing in the world. It’s like part of the game. It’s like something included in our salary. Are we paid to suffer? No way! The pressure with which people work in many companies, and the stress that comes from it, are problems that affect both the employee and the company, and both should try to solve them.

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Holidays: Should I slow down... or accelerate?

Now that you are on vacation or about to start (if you have already finished your holidays, I am late, but still read on and use the advice on your next ones), surely you will have plenty of spare time that you will try to spend, within your means and according to your circumstances, doing things you really enjoy. Actually, you should try to do things you like throughout the year, and you should work on something you like as well, so that every minute of your life counts… but this is not the subject of this post.

Personal Productivity

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Two Ways of Thinking, One Objective

Surely you are aware that there are times in your life when you have thoughts like, “What can I do to be more competitive or productive?” “How can I improve my skills and advance my career?” “Should I move to this or that city?” This kind of big-picture thinking is called divergent, and is the one you use to generate ideas when you face a problem.

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