Tag: “Self-Improvement”

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.

Personal Productivity

Changing habits

How to Change Habits in 4 Steps

There are times in life when you have to change some things. You realize that you’ve reached your limit in some kind of situation and you can no longer continue doing things the way you were doing them. It may be that eating with anxiety and without measure has led you to have a body mass that makes you feel uncomfortable, that living a sedentary and unhealthy life has led you to run out of breath every time you climb a few stairs, or that living a disorganized and stressful life has distanced you from your friendships or from your dreams…

Personal Productivity

Maintaining personal growth

How to Cultivate & Maintain Personal Growth

Personal growth can impact every area of your personal and professional lives. At work, it can help with your productivity, efficiency, communication, and how you interact with bosses and coworkers. Personally, growth can impact your finances, family, friendships, and your mental and physical health.

Personal Productivity

Lift yourself

8 Steps to Lift Yourself Out of a Coronavirus Career Rut

Having an active career can be rewarding, inspiring, and fulfilling. Going to work each day knowing you matter and make a difference can be great motivation to get up and moving. On the other end of the spectrum, though, doing the same thing day in and day out at work can get tedious and boring. If you find yourself stuck in an unfulfilling career pattern, you may need help breaking free of your rut. Luckily, there are plenty of suggestions that can help you move on to bigger and better things.

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