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We’ve talked before about how you can divide your time into 15-minute blocks to get a handle on your schedule. Chances are you can spare at least one for self-improvement, so make it official.
The above record player was designed by Dieter Rams, whose style of minimalism has become iconic (not to mention, a style that heavily influenced Apple). The concept behind this brand of minimalism applies not only to making hardware, but to our lives: if something doesn’t have a purpose, get rid of it.
When you’re looking for a new job, time is money, and you don’t want to waste it. Idealist Careers suggests the 20-20-60 approach: 20 per cent of your time on job boards, another 20 per cent courting recruiters or hiring managers directly, and 60 per cent networking with people who can help your search.