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The 5-Step Plan for Overcoming Your Productivity Addiction

The 5-Step Plan for Overcoming Your Productivity Addiction

It’s easy to think that the secret to unlocking our productive potential lies in the next article, video, e-book, or tool. But the (ironic) truth is that reading about productivity takes time and energy away from actually moving our important work forward…If you still feel compelled to click on this article, you need to read it! :D

Why Small Team Collaboration Usually Beats Larger Groups

Why Small Team Collaboration Usually Beats Larger Groups

It’s tempting to think that adding more people to a project will be the silver bullet that solves all your problems. But in fact, smaller teams work better together in a variety of measures.Don’t be too quick to post that new job opening… Read on to learn: – The research behind why small teams are actually more effective – The strategies managers can use to maximize small-team collaboration – Ways you can help your group operate like small team, even if it’s not

10 Insights That Will Change the Way You Set (and Achieve) Your New Year’s Resolutions

10 Insights That Will Change the Way You Set (and Achieve) Your New Year’s Resolutions

The year is very quickly coming to an end. It’s the perfect time to evaluate what you accomplished in 2019 and begin planning for how to make 2020 even better.This time around, resolve to take a smarter approach to setting and achieving your New Year’s resolutions with these 10 science-backed, battle-tested pieces of advice from the experts.

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The Art and Science of Loving Your Job

The Art and Science of Loving Your Job

When you’re struggling to feel good about the work you do, quitting your job to “follow your passion” isn’t your only course of action. Discover what the research has to say on how we can all be happier in our work, regardless of what we do for a living.

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