Those interested in improving their business communication need to take a close look at their email skills. Too many people think that because email is a fast and easy way to communicate with others, they don’t have to put much…
There are two maladies that make life miserable for a writer: - Writer’s block, when you want to write but can’t. - Writer’s blah, when you can write but don’t want to. This article will look at remedies to writer’s blah. But first, let’s review the symptoms.
Visual content is a very effective and important part of your Marketing strategy. A study shows that a visual post gets 94% more views compared to a post with plain text. Why? Simply put, because we are visual beings, and graphics are more appealing to the eye and more easily remembered.
Think about this scenario for a second: You grab your coffee, sit down at your desk and you’re ready to work for the day, but as you sit down and start to log in, you slowly realize an hour has passed because you were reading about some crime story in Houston on Facebook – a city you don’t even live in! Sadly, distractions on the Internet and in life have taken away probably thousands of hours that could have been productive. So how do you become productive and kick these silly distractions to the curb? Easy, if you follow these tips:
Productivity is essential for success in almost any line of work. Whether you’re looking to improve your own freelance output, or have your boss breathing down you neck about looming deadlines, knowing a few tips and tricks to increase your work rate is a career-must. There are plenty of general tips on offer to help improve productivity—think organization tools, brain-training techniques or scheduling and optimization software—but these five tips are out-of-the-box ideas that you can easily add to your daily routine and are great to help with motivation, focus and output.
Here's my starting disclaimer: It kinda sucks to run multiple projects. I like doing it, and a lot of people do, but it is stressful and sometimes you feel like a fool. BUT It can work, and it can be awesome. I've been doing it since 2010, when I read The 4-Hour Workweek by Tim Ferris. Here are 6 ways you can split your time between projects!
A couple of years ago I was really stressed out. Finally I worked up the courage to tell my cofounders and customers about this. Turns out, the only one expecting me to deliver on that level was none other than myself. So it was all in my head.
I've always been obsessed with music. I got my first boombox in middle school, along with the Ace of Base CD (hell yes), and quickly progressed to amassing an impressive collection of cassettes and CDs ranging from Smash Mouth and Alanis Morissette to Eve 6 and the Rent soundtrack.
Google Chrome itself is more than just a great browser, it’s a platform. You can fully appreciate it right after visiting Chrome Web Store, an online marketplace, where you can discover thousands of apps and extensions for Google Chrome. There’s even a dedicated category for productivity related chrome extensions.