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What Three of America’s Founding Fathers Can Teach You About Productivity

Though they lived before homes had electricity and thought it was absolutely dapper to conceal their real hair with powdered wigs, the lessons America’s Founding Fathers taught us over two centuries ago still ring true today. In order to help forge America, the Founding Fathers were forced to make the most of their time. Farmers,…

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How Do You Define Success?

Do a quick Google search for “success”, and you can easily see what the American ideal of success looks like. SUCCESS magazine tops the list, featuring articles for entrepreneurs and business people who are striving to be productive, build their net worth, or otherwise move up the corporate ladder. Success is a popular topic for…

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5 Tips to Pimp Your PowerPoints

We’ve all been there before, sitting through a PowerPoint presentation that’s so boring we almost begin to feel embarrassed for the speaker before getting angry at him or her for wasting our time. You know, the kind of presentation where each slide is filled with 800 words that appear to be written in 8-point font,…

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The Difference Between Successful and Very Successful People

What does it mean to be successful? Most people strive for success in their working life, and are constantly in pursuit of the next promotion, the next client, or the next pay raise. People often take pride in saying “I’m so, so busy at work!” as if busy is automatically equivalent to successful. We often…

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Will Online Learning Overtake Traditional Methods?

The consumer price index—the measure of the average change of the cost of goods and services over time—has risen 115 percent since 1985. During those same 30 years, the price of an average college education has significantly outpaced that inflation, rising nearly 500 percent. As college becomes less affordable, some students are looking toward unconventional…

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The Science Behind Sleep and Productivity

Research says that it takes about 10,000 hours to master something. Considering that the average human life expectancy today is about 78 years according to the CDC, and we spend about a third of our lives sleeping, it figures that every human being should be able to master the art of sleep about 22 times…

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Using Evernote Camera to Organize Non-Digital Stuff

You may already use Evernote to take notes and organize your work but did you know how versatile the Evernote Camera is? You might think it only takes pictures but it can actually do so much more: Who owns a scanner these days? We’ve all been in the position where you need to digitize a…

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