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Kayla Matthews writes Productivity Theory and is constantly seeking to provide new tips and hacks to keep you motivated and inspired! You can also find her on Huffington Post and Tiny Buddha, and follow her on Google+ and Twitter to stay up to date on her latest productivity posts!

What Is the Productivity Paradox and How Do We Solve It?

By Kayla Matthews   /     Feb 15, 2018  /     Work Productivity  /     0 Comment

It seems logical that increased investment in a goal should make the aspiration more likely to occur, but that’s not always true in the case of productivity. In fact, researchers have identified what’s referred to as the productivity paradox while researching this phenomenon. In the early 1970s, IT had not reached the mainstream, but analysts […]

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How To Translate A Website Into a Foreign Language (And Why You Should)

By Kayla Matthews   /     Feb 11, 2018  /     Culture & Communication  /     0 Comment

If your web design work is primarily involved with customers who speak one language, you might not wonder how to translate a website and make its content understandable to a larger audience segment. However, even if the geographical reach of your websites seems limited, you could unknowingly be making people frustrated if they can’t read […]

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5 Breathing Techniques for Sleep and Relaxation

By Kayla Matthews   /     Feb 08, 2018  /     Health Inspiration  /     0 Comment

We’ve all had trouble sleeping from time to time, but when it starts to become a continual issue, it’s time to seek a better solution. Eye masks, sleeping pills and other sleep aids might help to ease symptoms, but they don’t always manage the underlying problem or give you a permanent, realistic solution you can […]

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Best Productivity Books to Get the Most Out of Your 2018

By Kayla Matthews   /     Feb 05, 2018  /     Culture & Communication  /     0 Comment

Everyone comes into a new year with a new set of goals. Whether they’re specific or vague, simple or complex, resolutions are written to inspire us to improve ourselves. Because each person’s dreams and desires are different, the changes you hope to make at the start of a new year can involve just about anything. […]

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