To make time for what’s truly important, you don’t need as much time as you think. You need something else.
One of the most common questions people ask me is: How long does it take to create a new habit? Here’s why this question is not relevant, and what you should focus on instead.
The focus on timing over time management is great progress in crafting a more constructive conversation around productivity. But time isn’t the whole story.
Lots of experts are eager to sell you their productivity systems, backed by bold claims about how great it is. And perhaps you have followed their advice or invested in their systems only to find that they weren’t so great, for you. Here’s why.
Energy, not time, is the currency of productivity. And we all have low-energy days. Here are some tips for how to maximize your low-energy days to stay productive.
It’s easy to get caught up in the swirl of frenzy and frantic pace to get it all done, but there’s no time to rush. 3 reasons why you should slow down.
The prospective buyer yesterday was a chef who really appreciated the spaciousness of the kitchen in this home. What’s not to love?