What Socrates, Plato, and Confucius understood about time.
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A few timeless productivity lessons that apply no matter what you’re doing.
Pushing yourself to be productive is good. Being hard on yourself for not meeting every possible goal isn’t.
Why you shouldn’t write your list in the morning, and the items you should leave off completely.
Organizing tasks on paper is a tried and true method for getting things done. Here are some types of to-do lists that may be right for you.
Do you want to be working right now? Me neither.
Procrastination isn’t shameful or a character flaw. Instead it’s rooted in a very human need: the need to feel competent and worthy, says educator Nic Voge.
If procrastination isn’t about laziness, then what is it about?
They came up with some pretty quirky tricks to stay focused, but they may have been on to something.
Create a distraction-free desktop to improve your focus and boost your productivity.