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8 Ways To Organize Your Desk For Better Productivity

By Matthew Snider   /     Apr 17, 2017  /     Productivity Hacks, Work Productivity  /     0 Comment

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, […]

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Write Better Emails With These 15 Easy Tips

By Kayla Matthews   /     Apr 07, 2017  /     Culture & Communication, Work Productivity  /     0 Comment

For office workers, email is a fact of day-to-day life. In fact for some, it may be the most-used form of interpersonal communication, ahead of talking on the phone or, you know, to an actual human. In other words, writing work emails is nothing new. Yet as with anything, there is always room for improvement. […]

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4 Kinds Of Resume Templates To Help You Find Your Dream Job

By Kayla Matthews   /     Apr 05, 2017  /     Work Productivity  /     0 Comment

The job application process is like working overtime at a full-time job, and, due to anxiety or time crunches, you’re not always able to design a perfectly structured or creative resume. Your time and attention to detail are already divided when it comes to tracking down references, organizing your portfolio or wording and proofreading written […]

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Tax Stress Got You Tense? 4 Ways to Relax

By Kayla Matthews   /     Apr 04, 2017  /     Productivity Hacks, Work Productivity  /     0 Comment

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 […]

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