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Productivity, Science & Psychology

The Science Behind Great Work: Work Environment

Research has confirmed that there are optimal temperature, sound, and lighting conditions that make you more focused, creative, and prepared to tackle even your most challenging work. Part 2 of 5 in The Science Behind Doing Great Work examines the environmental conditions that make you more productive in your workspace.

Productivity, Science & Psychology

The Science Behind Great Work: Motivation

Your brain loves dopamine, and so does your boss. A naturally-occurring chemical that fuels productivity, work ethic, and performance, and makes manager reviews less painful? Tell me more! Part 1 of 5 in The Science Behind Doing Great Work is all about getting inside your brain to understand the neuroscience of motivation.

Productivity, Surprise

Missions vs. Tasks

Missions are more meaningful than tasks because they ask us to improve upon the fundamentals of how we work, not just what we need to do. And it’s through this continuous practice and formation of positive workplace habits that we become better workers.

Culture, Productivity

6 Ways to Keep WFH from Driving You Insane

Have you ever gone to bed and woke up the next day, feeling like you never left the office? It’s an unfortunate reality of working from home. Here’s how to make this love/hate relationship with working from home not drive you absolutely insane.

Productivity, Surprise

10 Productivity Hacks for a Rainy Day

Ever feel like there’s so much to do and you just don’t know where to start? Throw in WFH distractions, texts, Slack notifications, and your Mom’s phone calls every three hours and well, it’s amazing you get any work done at all! Here are 10 productivity hacks for the next time you’re struggling to get it all done.

Productivity, Surprise

Set It & Forget It: a Turnkey Solution for Management Problems

Project management tools. CRM tools. Customer experience tools. Extensions, toolkits, instruments, gimmicks, and apps. You may already have half a dozen different “solutions” in place, so why would you want to spend the time and energy on learning yet another one? Well, this is gonna blow your mind: you don't have to.