How To Master Time Blocking: Your Comprehensive Guide

Time blocking
Time blocking is more than a mere time management technique: it’s a strategic approach to mastering your daily schedule, aligning your tasks with your overarching goals, and ensuring you carve out vital time for rest and self-care, thereby boosting your productivity. By segmenting your day into dedicated time slots for specific tasks or related activities, you effectively prioritize your workload ...
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A guide to developing self-compassion

Self-compassion is a term that is becoming more and more popular in the world of psychology. But what exactly is self-compassion? And why should you care? In this guide, we will explore everything you need to know about self-compassion. We will start with a definition, and then move on to discussing the benefits of cultivating this trait.
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Managing team burnout: before it’s too late

managing team burnout
A special report on burnout and stress from the APA discussed how American workers across the board saw heightened rates of burnout from 2020 to 2021. Based on their findings, 79% of employees experienced work-related stress in the month before the survey, and 3 in 5 employees felt the negative impacts of work-related stress, such as low interest, motivation, and energy.
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One task at a time: the back-to-basics recipe for success

one task at a time
One task at a time. It’s the new, back-to-basics recipe for success. This article is a quick reminder to you of why it’s such a powerful approach.
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Start your day with a to-be list, not a to-do list, you’ll get more done!

to-be list
This is a simple, powerful idea, that will help you to be more productive. Start your day with a to-be list, not a to-do list. It’s counterintuitive, but I guarantee you’ll get more done (and have a much better day too!).
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Use the 5 languages of appreciation to give your team a boost

5 languages of appreciation in the workplace
We all want a pat on the back sometimes, right? Well, apparently not. It turns out there are 5 languages of appreciation in the workplace.
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