4 Counterintuitive Actions That Improve Productivity

Most of us don’t know how to take a break. Holidays, vacations, and weekends don’t really give us the downtime we need to recharge our batteries, clear our minds and optimize performance. Many of us tend to stay immersed in our work, checking in and staying abreast of what’s going on “back at the office.”…

Two tricks for limiting email fatigue

Email fatigue is one of the most rampant illnesses in America today. It’s a disabling sicknesses that keeps folks continually working and in a state of distraction. It renders folks nearly incapable of deep thinking and rest. It keeps them continually processing the 57 unread and 5324 unarchived emails sitting in their inbox. I know,…

Two easy ways to build momentum

James is a young entrepreneur. He was recruited by seasoned entrepreneurs to help bootstrap a new venture. Together, he and other similarly recruited co-founders have been working under the tutelage of these entrepreneurs and making progress in learning the market and getting product into the hands of consumers. Over these months, James has demonstrated that…

One Step to Clear the Clutter

What do you do when you’re overwhelmed? How do you deal with the clutter, whether it’s virtual or piled around you? Here’s my one-step solution to clear the clutter.

3 Steps to Increase Productivity and Reduce Mental Clutter

Our mobile phones provide a huge productivity boost, if we use them correctly. However, they can provide the exact opposite as well. Are you managing your phone, or is your phone managing you? Here are the three steps I took to increase productivity and reduce my mental clutter.

Healthy Habits: Have a Consistent Bedtime

It’s almost impossible to have a consistent morning routine when you don’t have a consistent bedtime. Sleep is so important to living an integrated life, and it’s one of the healthy habits you need to focus on.

4 Principles for Awesome Email Responsiveness

Do you need to start managing your email instead of letting it control you? Here are four guiding principles for increasing the email you can process so that you can optimize your email responsiveness.