To be productive at work, you need to rest

To be productive at work, you need to rest

If being productive at work fills you with satisfaction, we share something in common! When I think about productivity (which is often), my mind normally directs me to processes (e.g., time blocking, prioritizing), apps for lists and project management, and techniques...
Why do I work? (money and…)

Why do I work? (money and…)

We’ve all been there: in a work rut, where you ask yourself: Why, oh why, do I work (here still? this hard? in this role? with these people? [other])? Yes, most of us require money to support ourselves, our families, pay the mortgage etc. Among the people I...
Advocate for myself at work: 3 easy strategies

Advocate for myself at work: 3 easy strategies

I need to advocate for myself, even when I do good work Read almost any book that addresses careers and advancement and you’ll read something along these lines: doing good work and waiting for someone to notice is a poor strategy for career growth. Sure, your...
How to use time blocking at work to get meaningful things done

How to use time blocking at work to get meaningful things done

Have you wondered how you can use time blocking to advance and complete work projects that you care about? You know, the ones that are continuously bumped down (off?!) your to-do list? Maybe it’s that article you want to publish or an initiative you’d like...
Feel overwhelmed? I love to do this (try it yourself)

Feel overwhelmed? I love to do this (try it yourself)

Do you ever feel overwhelmed the moment you wake up? One of my favourite practices for reducing overwhelm and increasing my productivity is to create my to-do list in the evening. Doing this takes only a few minutes and has so many benefits. How planning the night...

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