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The 2-Minute Productivity Tip for Everyone

“The best way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing.” –  Walt Disney Many of us want to be productive like seriously get things done as scheduled and doing away with all pending tasks. But the real challenge does not come with listing down the specific assignments you have to finish, but on summoning the commitment to start accomplishing them. Cambridge dictionary defines the term as, ‘a promise to give yourself, your money, your time, etc., to support or buy something.’ It’s a continued effort that doesn’t just end by completing a set of task good for the day. Unfortunately, despite knowing these basics, not everyone has come to a personal resolution actually to stay committed. Why? It’s primary because we view commitment as a chore, rather than small acts towards the accomplishment of a goal. Over the years, work experts and researchers have tried to decipher Read More…

8 Lies About Content Marketing You Should Stop Believing

For the uninitiated, non-pragmatic content publishers and marketers, it is easy to believe what you read online. This is particularly true if the self-proclaimed gurus made the claim. Content marketing can lead to tremendous results if done right. If done right. If not or if you – a content marketer – blindly follows what these SEO gurus tell you to do or not to do, you are only wasting your marketing budget to unfruitful endeavors. Here are eight of the lies told about content marketing that you probably believe. Content marketing lies 1) Content marketing is for B2C only Businesses go through the same sales process before they make a purchase decision. That’s true for both B2C and B2B businesses. As a buyer, a B2B reads at least two pieces of content before it decides which one to purchase. Through the process of learning options from contents, the B2B buyer Read More…

Be Influenced: Habits of Highly Influential People

  “Influence is our inner ability to lift people up according to our perspectives” –Joseph Wong What makes influential people so instrumental? What gives them their enigmatic yet charismatic persona that encourages people to foster their ideals and maxims? What gives them this ordinary power that would persuade people to emulate them? Or at least, take their sagely advice into consideration?Well, there may be a lot of factors that surround their ability to influence people, but one thing is for sure, all these influential and significant people have habits that make them so. Yes, they all similarly have a profound impression on almost everyone they encounter but there is more to them than what they show you on the outside. We have seen them address the world with their speeches, inspire a change in people through what they do and have an intense impact on people who never even believed in Read More…

Simple Life Hacks to Become More Productive

  In a world of perpetual distraction, it can be rather hard to compete for a person’s attention. And it is even harder to maintain it. In fact, it has been often said that an average human adult has a shorter attention span than a goldfish (This becomes rather true when it comes to browsing the web and working on web related tasks).  However, in the bustling world of entrepreneurs and business wherein every minute and every second count, time wasted can actually mean a sizable and valuable loss in profit and when this becomes a daily occurrence, you will not only see an apparent dip in productivity but perhaps a drastic change in your company’s revenue as well. However, when it comes to striking the right formula to being productive, it all boils down to a perfect combination of time management, energy allocation, and apt attention. When the synergy Read More…

Procrastinators, Eyes Here: Hacks to Increase Your Productivity

  Let us all be explicitly and frankly honest here. Chances are you should be doing something other than reading this article. But instead, you got waylaid and distracted and decided to take some time off. In fact, I think this is a worthy opportunity to give you a little nudge in doing the reports that are piling on your desk. No? Well, if you insist then. Procrastination is a given, it is not only students with a deadline who do it after all—everyone is equally guilty of it but it is very much manageable. The fact is, you, yourself may have been wanting a positive shift towards your inclination towards delaying things and have found yourself reading this article. If so, well done! Give yourself that well-deserved pat on the back. Procrastination is very normal and in an office teeming with endless opportunities for distraction (social media, internet surfing, games, Read More…