Tag: “Science”

Getting Things Done - GTD

Cognitive switching

Cognitive Switching Is Killing Your Productivity

In this blog we’ve talked on more than one occasion about how multitasking doesn’t work, since the brain is not neurologically prepared to work on several things at once. When you think you’re multitasking what it’s actually happening is that your brain is switching between tasks as fast as it can, and this can significantly jeopardize your effectiveness when doing them, as recent studies in the field of neurology show.

Getting Things Done - GTD

Sleep deprivation 1

Sleep Deprivation: What Impact is It Having on Productivity?

In the modern world where everything is digital and fast-paced, and people are moving towards a better life by working long hours and extra hours to get a few extra bucks at the end of each month. But this burning of the midnight oil is leading to a serious negligence when it comes to sleep.

Personal Productivity

Understanding procrastination

Understanding Procrastination

Procrastinate is defined by the Oxford dictionary as “delay or postpone action” (from Latin pro-, forward, and crastinus, belonging to tomorrow). This definition seems too simple to me so I wanted to dig a little in the true essence of the term.

Personal Productivity

Writing and productivity

How to Lift Up Your Productivity through Writing

Have you ever wondered about the true meaning of being productive? Most people would say it’s about achieving more in less time. Yes; that’s called efficiency and it’s an important aspect of productivity. But it’s mostly related to your work. When you think about productivity, you figure out it’s about completing your tasks as efficiently and as quickly as possible.

Personal Productivity

Happy and productive

8 Powerful Tips to Boost Your Serotonin: Be Productive and Happy at Once

Our success and productivity never remain stable. Sometimes we are more productive and focused. We make decisions easily and choose to complete more tasks because we feel like we can do it. But sometimes, we catch ourselves just wasting time, doing meaningless things and missing some important details. There’s nothing wrong with having your ups and downs, in fact, our activity is determined by the balance of hormones in our bodies. Serious hormone imbalance, however, is able to ruin your plans and make your regular activities challenging.

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