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How To Deal When You're Overcommitted At Work

You’ve said yes to one or two too many projects, and now you’re afraid you won’t be able to deliver. Now’s not the time to wallow in regret. Here’s how to get out from under your overwhelming workload.


Add Some Breathing Room To Your Meeting Schedule With The Margin Method

Back to back meetings can overwhelm your days and leave you with hardly any time to get anything else done. You can give yourself some much needed wiggle room with the meeting margin method.


Work More Than 50 Hours A Week? You're Probably Not Getting More Done

Anyone who’s ever worked more than 50 hours a week knows what burnout feels like. To add insult to injury, you’re probably not even getting any more work done by staying late.


Aware For Mac Tells You How Long You've Been Working So You Can Take Breaks

Mac: Taking regular breaks is crucial not only to your well-being but also to your output. There are plenty of apps out there to remind you to get up from your computer every now and then, but Aware is a little different in that it simply tells you how long you’ve been working.


Schedule Your Work In Five Stages To Get Through Crazy Long Work Weeks

Some days (or weeks or months), you just have to push through a ton of work. Here’s a strategy that could help you keep your sanity during those times.


This Interactive Game Explains Why You Can't Get Stuff Done

If you’re feeling stuck on a project or your workflow just isn’t cutting it, it can be tough to figure out exactly what the problem is. This tool guides you through a series of questions and exercises to help pinpoint your productivity problem.


Clear Your Mind By Breaking Your Worries Into Three Categories

Worries, fears, and errant thoughts can get the best of any of us at times. When your mind feels overwhelmed and cluttered, try this procedure for regaining focus and clarity.


Constantly Reevaluate The 'Why' When You're Tracking Your Goals

If you spend too much time focusing on the how of achieving a goal or developing a new habit, you’ll forget if it was even worth pursuing in the first place. Whenever you take the time to monitor your progress, don’t forget to assess the goal’s personal value to you as well.


Why You Shouldn't Just Replace Your Distractions With More Work

We’re bombarded with distractions all day, and it’s simple enough to block them out. However, most of the time, we avoid these distractions only to replace them with additional work. Instead of making yourself busier, dare to be bored.


Make Your Morning Routine Stick By Keeping It Short

If you’re having trouble keeping a consistent morning routine, it might be too long. The shorter and more refined you can make it, the more feasible it is to stick to it.


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