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The Science of Productivity
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Prisoners may be able to teach you quite a lot about productivity.
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Stop what you’re doing. If this guy could triple his income, so could you.
The more we read on screens, the better our minds are prepared to put up with the distractions, but wouldn’t life be better with a good book?
The Japanese developed the Kaizen philosophy to improve productivity in factories. This mindset can be just as useful for your personal life as it is for the assembly line.
Applying the Pareto principle to your job could make you a more effective worker.
Believe it or not, daydreaming can actually make you a more productive worker.
Pixar studios brings audiences of all ages together in movie masterpieces crafted with heart and imagination. What happens behind the scenes? And what can we learn from their creative process?
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Learn to love your crap work. You can always go back and revise it later.
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Terrence Tao, arguably the world’s leading mathematician, managed to avoid the “mad genius” pitfalls that have plagued some of history’s greatest minds. He’s a normal, well-balanced person who’s liked by his peers. He just happens to be a whole lot smarter than anyone else.
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How the Harry Potter author persevered to become the J.K. Rowling success story