DON’T BREAK THE CHAIN: EXPLAINED

Kristian, the CEO of Luxafor company, is sharing his experience with one genius habit building technique, how to tackle it and why it is the key to success in any industry. All in a simple, Q&A manner of explaining things.

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What is Don’t Break The Chain technique?

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Test: Are You Busy Or Productive?

We don’t need to do a research to know the answer to the above question. Unfortunately, in contemporary times, we are more busy than productive. However, nothing is carved in stone. You can always put in some effort to eliminate the busy habits to become the most productive you. To find out what to do, take the quick test: are you busy or productive? (more…)

Infographic: Simple Productivity Hacks Backed By Science

There’s a big difference between working hard and working smart. Working shorter, but ultra-productive hours are much better than working long hours at half-pace. There are many things that contribute to productivity including your workspace, workflow, and break habits. That’s right, taking breaks can actually make you more productive! (more…)

Roundup No. 7: How to thrive in an open-office world and improve productivity

8 Insanely Simple Productivity Hacks

There are so many distractions in today’s workplace that break your focus and productive streaks. It’s easy to get stressed and frustrated because of non-stop interruptions.
The good news is that there are hacks you can do to accomplish more in less time. These hacks include setting mini goals, putting a stop to multitasking, seeking quiet, and more. (more…)

Roundup No 1: Find the best to-do list for your work style, enjoy the day with fika, and more

How to Write Productive To-Do Lists

Is your to-do list hard to finish and not working as expected? No worries, DeskTime has advice on how to master your productivity and better accomplish the tasks on your to-do list. Learn about 5 different to-do list techniques, and find the one that works best for you. Is it Bullet Journaling, focusing on smaller tasks, Steven Covey’s Priority Matrix concept, identifying your most important tasks, or the Pareto Principle? Read more on the DeskTime Blog.
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