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Drive Productivity With Powerful Decisions

Drive Productivity With Powerful Decisions

It has been said that we make around 35 000 decisions daily. That is almost a decision every 2.5 seconds if you don’t sleep! It might sound a bit crazy, but the point is every moment of the day you are making decisions; some consciously and unconsciously, big and small ones. What is really important to know is the extent that these decisions influence your daily productivity and your success!

You decide the time you want to get up, what to work on, how much to achieve that day, and most importantly, how to show up. We have a million choices available to us in any given moment and we think that we don’t decide to be lazy, or procrastinate, Read the rest

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Pen vs. Keyboard: Why Traditional Note-Taking is More Productive

The modern world offers hundreds of ways to log your thoughts, scribble your ideas and organise your life. Considering the number of laptops, tablets, phone models and numerous developing technologies now at our disposal you might well assume that the majority of us use one of these as our ‘go-to’ note taking accessory.

However, despite these technologies being more honed on efficiency and functionality with every new model, regardless of the fact that they are designed specifically to make our lives easier and even though there is a programme for every possible need and preference, most of us still favour a pen and a piece of paper. This opinion is held by no small margin, in fact it is quite the landslide; one study shows Read the rest

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Why you need self-awareness to be a better leader

The best leaders possess self-assurance, confidence and determination. However, all leaders have blind spots, sometimes make mistakes and don’t always have all the answers. As a leader in your company, you need self-awareness to learn from your shortcomings, move forward rather than allow mistakes to hold you back, and become a better leader in numerous ways.

1. Know your Compass
Understand your “why” and clarify your values. When you know what motivates you to build unique homes, develop branded apps or bake gluten-free pastries and when you know what you stand for, you can lead your company with clarity, perseverance and integrity. Of course, you’ll face obstacles, but your inner compass will help you successfully navigate those challenges, take risks and remain committed to what’s … Read the rest