Are you a fan of to-do lists? If so, do you strictly follow them and check off every single item? To-do lists are the most common method for people to get more done, but it’s not always used as intended. People may know how to organize a to do list; however, some of them may … Read more How To Organize A To Do List: Four Mistakes To Avoid
Investment (August 9-15, 2020) Word of The Week: Investment Investment- the action or process of spending money for profit or material result. Quote of the Week Perfection is attained by slow degrees; it requires the hand of time. – Voltaire Life Principle of the Week Service – Giving of one’s time and energies to help … Read more Word of The Week: Investment (August 9-15, 2020)
Within the last several years, I’ve had a growing interest in the subject of ergonomics. I’m at the point now where I can’t sit for long periods of time. So having an adjustable standing desk converter for me to sit and stand has helped improve my physical health. Luckily, standing desks have become more popular … Read more FLEXISPOT REVIEW: Best Adjustable Standing Desk Converter?
Are you someone who walks into your home office looking like a disaster? If you’re asking yourself, “My office is so cluttered and disorganized,” maybe it’s time to change things up here and there. Luckily, you’re not the only one who may have this type of problem. If you’re trying to figure out how to … Read more How To Declutter Your Home Office: Six Tips On Decluttering
It’s 2:30 in the afternoon, and you start to close your eyes while at work. Have you nodded off during the middle of the workday? If so, you’re not the only one. At times, I always wondered to myself, why am I tired in the afternoon? When it comes to facing the “afternoon slump”, workers … Read more Why Am I Tired In The Afternoon: Five Tips To Beat The Slump
Human Capital (August 2-8, 2020) Word of The Week: Human Capital Human Capital- the knowledge and skills a worker gains through education and experience. Quote of the Week The rung of a ladder was never meant to rest upon, but only to hold a man’s foot long enough to put the other somewhat higher. – … Read more Word of The Week: Human Capital (August 2-8, 2020)
Do you struggle to find time for reading? Is there a pile of dusty books sitting around that you’ve meant to get to one of these days? It’s not uncommon for people to fail to set aside time for reading each day. In this post, I will discuss another reading app called Sumizeit. This Sumizeit … Read more SUMIZEIT REVIEW 2020: Best Reading App For Executives?
Are you somebody who desires more flexibility at work? Do you find that working during a small window of the day to be more productive? As I discussed in my previous post from last week, I laid out a few options for how work will change in the years ahead. I asked the question, “What … Read more What are core hours? Does it benefit productivity?
Have you ever felt your workday didn’t start on the right note? What do you do during the first 10 minutes at the office? If you feel stressed out coming into work or decide to make the coffee first thing, you’re setting your day up for disaster. Understanding how to start your workday is vital … Read more How To Start Your Workday: Five Things To Avoid
Automation (July 26-August 1, 2020) Word of The Week: Automation Automation- the use of robots or other automatic equipment to do certain tasks. Quote of The Week To reach the port of heaven, we must sail, sometimes with the wind and sometimes against it but we must sail, not drift or lie to anchor. – … Read more Word of The Week: Automation (July 26-August 1, 2020)