Tag: “Stress-Free”

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

Stress relax


We have never been so connected before. This connectivity is fully integrated into our lives, 24 hours a day, through the devices we carry with us at all times. Notifications and vibrations compete tirelessly for our attention, and of course, apps are designed to grab our attention for as long as possible.

Getting Things Done - GTD

Limit your inputs

Limit Your Inputs

Today we are living in a time when each of us has access to far more information than we could ever reasonably use in a lifetime. We convince ourselves that we must be aware of everything, that it’s part of our responsibility. We don’t want to miss out on anything, not even the latest nonsense. So we spend precious time following the news, social media, meetings, reports… obtaining any kind of feedback.

Getting Things Done - GTD

Health and stress free productivity

Your Health and Stress-free Productivity: Top 5 Things to Know

All of us are different people with different habits. While it is easier for some people to get motivated and focused on what they’re doing, other people are struggling with keeping their productivity up while their stress levels are down. We have been all there from time to time, laying at bed awake at night thinking about your work and how you didn’t finish as much as you promised yourself. However, being stressed about your work tasks all the time can have serious consequences on your health, both physical and psychological. Some of the physical symptoms include headaches, muscular tension, heart palpations, sleeping problems, gastrointestinal problems, blood pressure problems, and many more. Psychologically, you might experience depression, anxiety, pessimism, being easily irritated, aggression, isolation, and many more.

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