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Why take the long route to reaching your goals when you could get the same results, faster?

Productivity hacking is the simple art of experimenting with habit building, lifestyle changes and goal-setting to get what you want out of life sooner rather than later.

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Like lifehacking, finding ways to hack your productivity involves using simple efficiency tips and tricks to keep you feeling motivated, goal-driven and happy.

To read some of Productivity Theory’s most popular posts on life and productivity hacks, check out the list below:

How To Disagree Without Getting Angry
How Keeping A Bullet-Point Journal Can Make You More Productive
Journaling Tip To Try: Keep A One-Sentence Journal
Aromatherapy Scents to Increase Productivity
How to Stay Happy When You Work Night Shift

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5 Self-Improvement Books That Are Worth Buying

By Kayla Matthews   /     Aug 28, 2017  /     Productivity Hacks  /     0 Comment

You have a favorite section of the library, but chances are it’s not the self-help section. For some reason, this genre has a punch-line-of-a-joke-type reputation, but that’s completely undeserved. Cracking open a self-improvement book will have you reading everything from career advice to self-confidence tips, to ways to stay fit on a busy schedule. Yes, […]

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What Kids Can Teach Us About Being Happy

What Kids Can Teach Us About Being Happy

By Kayla Matthews   /     Aug 25, 2017  /     Productivity Hacks  /     0 Comment

Being happy is an essential life goal everyone works toward, but many forget happiness is an inherent state of being that emerges in the every day, especially from children. A three-year-old girl chases bubbles at the family reunion while everyone else fills up on barbecue, hot dogs and burgers. A five-year-old boy will not take […]

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