Reasons To Become A Productive Leader (Featuring Two Old Greeks)

Listen on Spotify. People have been debating what makes a good leader since Plato extolled the virtue of wisdom in a leader and Aristotle threw his hat into the ring.  Aristotle knew that to accomplish anything in life, you need to have courage, think differently and take risks. That fits perfectly with what Roselinde TorresContinue reading “Reasons To Become A Productive Leader (Featuring Two Old Greeks)”

The Untapped Potential of Inclusive Leadership

Listen on Spotify. Got a boss who’s the lord of all he or she surveys? Is your leader someone who takes almost no well-meaning advice about their company’s direction, policies, or work culture on board, or never really seeks honest feedback? Then you may be in a business that’s using an outdated model of autocraticContinue reading “The Untapped Potential of Inclusive Leadership”

Benjamin’s Buffer and How to Build Your Own

Listen on Spotify. Everyone and his uncle seems to know that Benjamin Franklin developed and continuously revised a learning habit throughout his life, as part of his larger, noble attempt to live a good life by following virtues and principles he admired. This learning habit — Franklin’s setting aside an hour a day to devoteContinue reading “Benjamin’s Buffer and How to Build Your Own”

How to Conquer Decision Fatigue and Plan Your Week Like a Boss

Listen on Spotify. If you’re like me, you’ve agonised over what to have for lunch, all the while putting off much more important decisions, that will have a far greater impact on your life and happiness. I like to call this sort of decision a typical first-world problem. But, joking aside, does the fact soContinue reading “How to Conquer Decision Fatigue and Plan Your Week Like a Boss”

Sting Like a Bee or Be Happy? The Key to Long Term Productivity

Listen on Spotify. Nowadays, everybody and his dog seems to be striving to be more productive. But what’s the true secret of productivity? I’ve often wondered myself. After months of writing my own blog, here’s what I’ve discovered. Contrary to what you might be thinking, it isn’t using apps. It’s not even really about beingContinue reading “Sting Like a Bee or Be Happy? The Key to Long Term Productivity”

8 Superb Pomodoro Timer Apps

Listen on Spotify. Ever timed yourself on the cooker, to run through that presentation for work? Me too. On the watch for a way to level up? ( AKA, to not have to go to the cooker every time you want another practice run.) You’ve found the right place. It started with a tomato… andContinue reading “8 Superb Pomodoro Timer Apps”

Is The Pomodoro Method and Productivity Timer Useful?

Listen on Spotify. Find it hard to concentrate at work? With so many distractions, wouldn’t it be great if there was a way to keep being consistently productive throughout your day? Well, you’re in luck. A productivity timer might be just the thing for you. Without further ado, let’s answer the question. Yes. The PomodoroContinue reading “Is The Pomodoro Method and Productivity Timer Useful?”

5 Practical Tips to Help You Become a More Productive Writer

Listen on Spotify. Often wonder how on earth some writers can crank out shedloads of quality content when it seems to take you an age to write an article, blog post, or even a letter? Meanwhile, others keep writing more and earning more money. Feeling dispirited? Well, you’re not alone. Wish you knew their secret?Continue reading “5 Practical Tips to Help You Become a More Productive Writer”

Bullet Journals and Printable Productivity Planners: What Can They Do for You?

Listen on Spotify. Ever feel like you’re spinning your wheels but aren’t making any progress towards the life goals that matter most? Keep thinking about that passion project you wanted to get off the ground but haven’t found the time yet? You’re not alone.  Maybe you could try using bullet journals and productivity planners toContinue reading “Bullet Journals and Printable Productivity Planners: What Can They Do for You?”

8 Ways to Become a More Productive Writer

Listen on Spotify. Writing speeds vary hugely. Some would say 200 words in an hour is a perfectly good speed to work at. Others would consider writing 1,200 per hour disappointing. A lot of the disparity depends on the kind of writing you’re undertaking. Genre fiction or blog posts often take less time to writeContinue reading “8 Ways to Become a More Productive Writer”