Murphy's Law states, “Anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.” This pithy statement references the annoying tendency of life to cause trouble and make things difficult. Problems seem to arise naturally on their own...
Great thinkers, writers, innovators and creative people schedule breaks on purpose. It makes perfect sense that our attention spans and concentration need to be rebooted, at several points throughout the day.
Let's face it: humans are notoriously bad at setting deadlines and estimating time. The comforting fact is that it's largely not our fault. Many factors play a part in our distorted perception of time, and most are difficult or impossible to modify.
I can’t remember exactly what it was she was trying to convince me I could do, but I had an argument to counter every bit of encouragement. There was no shortage to the ways I believed I wasn’t good enough.
You don’t hear a lot of people talk about the Getting Things Done productivity system anymore. It’s not as colorful or Insta-friendly as the Bullet Journal, and although various apps have claimed to “work with GTD,”
Nothing will change your future trajectory like habits. We all have goals, big or small things which we want to achieve within a certain time frame. Some people want to make a million dollars by the time they turn 30.
It took Binta Niambi Brown several years to walk away in 2013 from the comfortable life she had built for herself as a corporate lawyer. She was going to start her own business, in a tough market that was already flooded.
“Everyone is bad at email, every single person you know or will ever correspond to,” says Walt Hickey. The FiveThirtyEight journalist who writes the site’s daily Significant Digits newsletter, lays out this theory to me in....
Being a worker in the United States isn't easy. You may face long hours, stagnating pay, and high income inequality — with many CEOs making more than 300 times what the average non-supervisory worker does.