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
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By Jocelyn K. Glei
Responding and answering an email are two different things. By replying to all requests to set the expectations of the sender, you'll end up feeling less overwhelmed.
By Elizabeth Grace Saunders
Be more productive, sleep better, and have deeper insights with a few simple precautions and regular treatments.
By Sasha VanHoven
Bring data, use "first principles thinking," and other ways three top technology CEOs run a tight (but effective) meeting.
By David Fallarme
What did you get done today? Knowing the answer makes a huge difference in your motivation levels.
Empowering employees and teams to work towards a common purpose, not just quotas or routine expectations, frees everyone from the energy often misspent on micromanagement.
By Ciana Wilson
Surprisingly, it can be the little things that have an outsized impact on our day-to-day happiness levels.
By Gregory Ciotti
If you're always reacting, you're never in control of your day. Fight back with a daily prioritization check-in.
By Scott McDowell