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50 Ways to Increase Personal Productivity

By Kayla Matthews   /     Jan 16, 2017  /     Productivity Hacks, Work Productivity  /     0 Comment

Sometimes, day-to-day life gets so busy it can feel like you are always spinning your wheels. There are ways to be more productive, and a more productive day will mean less stress and more items checked off your to-do list. Depending on your life and work schedule, productivity may look different for everyone. Maybe being […]

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5 Kinds of Self-Improvement Goals and Ideas to Get Started

By Kayla Matthews   /     Jan 13, 2017  /     Health Inspiration, Productivity Hacks  /     0 Comment

We’re always looking, either consciously or unconsciously, for ways to improve ourselves or the various aspects of our live. Changing things can be a daunting task, and sometimes it’s hard to know where to start, so we’ve gathered a list of self-improvement ideas and tips for motivation. Don’t be intimidated by the idea of taking […]

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15 Time-Management Books For Productivity

By Kayla Matthews   /     Jan 06, 2017  /     Productivity Hacks, Work Productivity  /     1 Comment

These days, we’re inundated with technology, information and things to do. We have so many resources at our fingertips, but often we’re not productive. Sometimes, even if we do get things done, we still feel like we haven’t accomplished anything. Sometimes, it takes a new perspective to improve the way we manage our time. These […]

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How To Use Quora For Self-Improvement

By Kayla Matthews   /     Dec 30, 2016  /     Productivity Hacks  /     0 Comment

Self-improvement isn’t something that happens overnight. It takes time to be honest with yourself and see where transformation is possible. But just because you notice places where improvement is necessary, don’t expect to change in an instant. Give yourself time to understand where you need change — and ask questions to help facilitate that change. […]

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