Work can be demanding, stressful and exhausting. There may be days when you really don’t know how you’ll make it until the end of the day, let alone get everything done by then. Sometimes you need to find external inspiration to get a mental boost of energy or to change your perspective on things. Scrolling […]
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.
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Constantly improving is one of the cornerstones of a successful life. While it may seem difficult, there are numerous ways you can practice personal growth and development every day. This list compiles 30 of the best personal growth and development tips to help you improve one day at a time. 1. Be Practical This helps […]
This is a guest post contributed by Matthew Snider. If you’d also like to contribute a post to Productivity Theory, read our writers’ guidelines here. You’re at your desk answering calls, checking emails, or whatever else you do. Suddenly, you need that file folder and can’t find it. Everything grinds to a halt. Now, […]
Everybody learns valuable lessons in life, but how valuable are they, really? In theory, the lessons we learn should lead to happier lives, but that’s not always the case. Sometimes the things you learn are more about being able to skate by with ease and comfort and have nothing to do with your happiness. The […]
We are creatures of habit, as we have often heard, and breaking bad habits can be tough. The good news is you can save the resolutions for New Year’s. They were the same as last year, right? You get another shot at giving something up for Lent every year, too. But wouldn’t it be nice […]
Tax season can be very stressful. Days are filled with time-consuming tasks like compiling financial information and trudging through various tax forms. Perhaps more than ever, it’s important to relax, especially considering that stress can contribute to heart disease, obesity, diabetes and high blood pressure. There’s no reason to let something like tax stress become burdensome […]