Tag: “Habits”

Personal Productivity

Walk and productivity

What Walking Has to Do with Your Personal Productivity

Stoics recommended walking as a form of mental training to connect with the unconscious. Buddhists recommend walking for a higher, happier and healthier life. Many of the most brilliant minds throughout history found the ideas for which they are known in their walks.

Personal Productivity

Changing habits

How to Change Habits in 4 Steps

There are times in life when you have to change some things. You realize that you’ve reached your limit in some kind of situation and you can no longer continue doing things the way you were doing them. It may be that eating with anxiety and without measure has led you to have a body mass that makes you feel uncomfortable, that living a sedentary and unhealthy life has led you to run out of breath every time you climb a few stairs, or that living a disorganized and stressful life has distanced you from your friendships or from your dreams…

Getting Things Done - GTD

More proactive

Why You Should Be More Proactive and Less Reactive, and How to Do So

The human brain uses a proactive system and a reactive system to deal with the different tasks that are imposed on us on a daily basis. The proactive system uses fluid intelligence to connect the dots of the moving parts that make up each challenge and come up with an appropriate plan of action. On the other hand, the reactive system is quick to reorient itself when the challenge is immediate, urgent, or catches you off guard, and needs to solve problems quickly in seemingly new situations.

Getting Things Done - GTD

Begin with the end in mind

Begin with the End in Mind

How would you like to be in a few years? You’ve probably read or heard this question in countless places, but you’ve never taken it seriously, because you believe that thinking about “it” isn’t going to lead you to “it”. Or because you don’t want to face the harsh reality: Are you who you’ve always wanted to be? Are you doing what you’ve always dreamed to do?

Personal Productivity

Stress working from home

Five Tech Tricks to Cope with Stress When Working Away From Home

Working from home can be an unfair advantage as much as it can be a burden. With the rise of technology, many companies tend to outstaff part of their workers to cut business costs. It might seem that distant jobs are way more beneficial than on-site ones because remote workers enjoy flexible working hours, less supervision, and larger freedom.

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