What Does Productivity Mean for You?

Productivity feels like the ultimate buzzword at the moment.

No matter where you work or what you do, we are consistently chasing productivity. 

We all want to be more productive, we want our...

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Finding Focus in the Midst of a Noisy World

 

Let’s admit it. It’s noisy out there.

Between the constant phone notifications, scrolling through the opinions on your various social media feeds and the threat-level news cycles...

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Procrastination‌ ‌–‌ ‌it’s‌ ‌just‌ ‌the‌ ‌way‌ ‌we‌ ‌feel.‌ ‌

 

Imagine this:

It’s a Monday.

You make a massive to-do list of all the things you NEED to do this week. Coffee’s ready (other beverages are available!), you sit down and start the...

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How to triple your reading speed and avoid the 3 mistakes most people make

 

What if you could triple your reading speed, double your comprehension AND remember more of what you read? What difference would that make in your career or business?

>> Watch the...

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Tiny Habits® for Working from Home

 

What if you could create new behaviours without the need for willpower or motivation? 

This is the promise of Tiny Habits® created by BJ Fogg, a behaviour scientist at Stanford....

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7 Reasons you should Hire a Coach

 

When I first trained as an Executive Coach back in 2013, I had already been working with people in one form or since 1995. I assumed that coaching was just another form of training.

What...

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Tiny Habits® for Rapid Learning

 

What if you could create new behaviours without the need for willpower or motivation? This is the promise of Tiny Habits® created by Dr. BJ Fogg, a behaviour scientist at Stanford.

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Why and how you should improve your working memory

 

The ability to hold and process information in your mind consciously at any given moment is a vital skill, and one that we all want to improve. This attribute is connected to the concept of...

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Getting plugged in - why audiobooks are great for your memory

By Mark Channon & Darren Smith

 

It's pretty much common knowledge that reading is great for your brain. A recent study in the peer-reviewed Neurology journal showed that reading has a...

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Want to improve your memory? Use your imagination

 

By Mark Channon & Sarah McGee

In order for our bodies to remain healthy, we have to exercise; so why don't people apply the same criteria to the brain? In order to improve our memory, we...

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