Productivity

How to Get More Done

From "to-don’t" lists to “eating the frogs,” we've rounded up 27 simple and effective ways to make the best use of your time (no magic required).

Is Multitasking Bad For Us?
Research shows we’re not the brilliant multitaskers we think we are. Use these simple tips to get more done and feel less stressed in the long run.
Noise canceling headphones can only do so much when office workers are forced to bump elbows and forfeit privacy. Read on for one man's take on the modern day workspace and what research has to say about it.
GUEST POST: Ran Zilca details how, in order to live a fulfilling life, it's important to get clear on your life's priorities and turn them into meaningful, achievable goals. Sound hard? It's not, thanks to these actionable steps.

New research from an Australian University links telecommuting to high stress levels. But do the benefits outweigh the drawbacks? Read on for a breakdown of work-from-home research plus tips to successfully stay productive while working in your pajamas.

Want to be more productive at work? How about happier or more creative? All it takes is a little Feng Shui (for your desk)!

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How to Get More Done

From "to-don’t" lists to “eating the frogs,” we've rounded up 27 simple and effective ways to make the best use of your time (no magic required).

Me, myself, and I can sometimes be the perfect company when we're feeling overwhelmed or just want to get stuff done. But sometimes that privacy can turn into loneliness, stress, and depression.

Want to get more out of your workout? Here are 17 tips to hack time spent at the gym and be more productive.

Some write it on their hands; others have a secret Microsoft Word document. Whatever the method, a to-do list is key to achieving our goals. Check out Greatist’s tips for creating a killer task-organizer.

He's competed in Ironman races, gets a full night’s rest in five hours, and never has more than 10 emails in his inbox. Find out why Ari Meisel can help you get more efficient at everything.

A new study showed that employees who walked 10,000 steps a day or more reported higher productivity and job satisfaction than sedentary co-workers. Another great reason to make that afternoon meeting a walk-and-talk!

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