Tell yourself you'll try a new habit for "only five minutes." Your lizard brain will take care of the rest.
By Benjamin Spall
Downtime is essential for any creative process. When you don't have time to go on vacation, a short float might do the trick.
By Mark McGuinness
After finishing a big project, you’ll be tempted to ride the momentum to the next big thing. But first, take a breather.
By Elizabeth Grace Saunders
4 yoga techniques that eliminate that all-day-at-the-computer feeling.
By Jenn Tardif
When trying to build a rock-solid routine, it is a question of "when" and not "if" you will face an unexpected obstacle.
By Jamie Todd Rubin
Real habit change comes from taking a candid look at your shortcomings. Or, as Epictetus once said: "Self-scrutiny applied with kindness."
By Paul Jun
Facing a hairy problem or business challenge? Introducing the “strategic conversation” — a method for getting out of your normal headspace to spark new ideas, and most importantly, action.
By Lisa Kay Solomon
Building a strong email list can help you cultivate a strong and dedicated following for your project. The key? Acting like a human being.
By Paul Jarvis
When you are busy, you feel flustered. When you're flustered you start focusing on reactive work — which makes you feel busier. And when you are busy, you feel flustered...
By Janet Choi