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The Pomodoro Technique: How to Master Your Time in 25-Minute Blocks

If you’re like most people, time management can be a challenge. Odds are you’re bombarded with work tasks, personal projects, lengthy to-do lists and constant emails flooding your inbox. So, how do you get it all done in the most efficient manner? One possible solution is to use a popular time blocking system called the Pomodoro Technique. In this […]

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7 Best TED Talks on Procrastination (Featuring Tim Urban, Jason Fried, and Laura Vanderkam)

TED—which stands for “technology, entertainment, design”—is a company that posts lectures online with the slogan “ideas worth spreading.” The TED conference has been held each year since 1990, and while its initial focus was on technology and design, it has since expanded to include lectures on a wide variety of topics, including education, business, and […]

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Eustress vs. Distress (How to Benefit from the Different Kinds of Stress)

Get this: Most people believe that all types of stress are bad.  Sure, too much stress can have a negative long-term effect on your health and overall wellbeing. But sometimes stress can be a good thing.  In fact, when you regularly introduce positive types of stress in your life, then you will grow as a person. That’s why it’s […]

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36 Good Workplace Habits to Build a Successful Career (work habits to build unstoppable success)

Are you stuck in a rut of mediocre workplace habits that aren’t helping you build a successful career?Do you want to set your business up to thrive, but just can’t seem to get in the groove to propel yourself to the next level?Good workplace habits are essential for anyone who is passionate about success. Positive […]

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The Rock, Pebbles, and Sand Analogy for Time Management

Having trouble deciding what to work on? Well, there’s a popular time management analogy called the “rock, pebbles, and sand story.”Rock, Pebbles, and Sand StoryLet me explain: A philosophy professor once stood up before his class with a large empty mayonnaise jar. He filled the jar to the top with large rocks and asked his students if […]

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The Lazy Daydreamer’s Guide to a Supercharged Writing Routine

So you wanna be a writer/serious blogger?Publish a book, a few articles on popular sites.Share your knowledge and help others.Live off your writing. Do what you really love in life.Since you’re reading Steve Scott’s site, you know successful writers, like all successful people, don’t rely on flimsy motivation and bouts of ‘inspiration’ to achieve their […]

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