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How to Spend Money to Be Happy

Money can’t buy happiness. Or can it? We all have our own opinion on this I am sure. But what does the research say? Earning Money When we look at [...]

Sleep. The Ultimate Performance and Wellness Hack.

Sleep. It seems really simple and yet most of us aren’t doing it right. Research shows that up to 65% of adults in Australia either don’t get [...]

Do These Four Things to Beat Procrastination

What’s going to stop you from achieving those big Goals you have? If you’re like most people – the answer is procrastination. And it is [...]

5 Ways to Be More Creative. By Hacking Creativity.

We all need to be creative. Obviously we’re not all artists or dancers or content-creators but creativity in our lives and in our roles helps us to [...]

The Best Way to Manage Projects In a Journal

Projects can be overwhelming. We don’t know where to start we get discouraged by their long-term rewards and there is rarely any urgency to get [...]

Three Great Meditation Apps

Meditation has amazing benefits for body and mind. But where do we start? We’re not going to convince you of the benefits of meditation here. After [...]

Skipping Team Meetings? Here’s what it says about your leadership.

Team meetings are critical. Sometimes they don’t seem like it and sometimes it’s because they’re run poorly but they’re critical nonetheless. [...]

Why I’ve Gone (almost) Completely Analogue

You just can’t beat digital for many things: The easy selection and streaming of music instead of carrying around your entire CD collection. GPS [...]

Different Types of Productivity, Different Thinking, Different Timing

Productivity is not a clearly defined concept. Sure from a pure time and output equation we can probably calculate it easily but the output part is [...]

Making Urgency Your Friend

Everyone has those moments where they feel like time is flying and they are ‘in the zone’ - Those periods when you just focus intensely for a [...]

Your Mission Statement: DOA

Why your mission statement is most likely dead on arrival. We recently read a great article by Dan Palotta written on the HBR website. It was titled [...]

Controlling the Controllables. How To Do It and Why It Works

It’s a familiar performance catch-cry: ‘Just worry about the things you can control. Control the controllables’. But why is it so effective? [...]