Posts categorized under ‘Personal Development’

Keystone Habits: Leveraging the Power of Small Habits


That’s it. That’s no drama. That’s no secret either.

But the question is how to attain that level of discipline that will get everything you committed to doing done.


Discipline, in a sense, is adherence to habits that you, yourself, have established and decided to stick to.

12 Perspectives To Embrace This New Year

If you are like most productivity-aware people, chances are you already have penned down goals or “things” that you want to accomplish this year. Most have theirs when the last quarter kicked in last year.

You constructed these goals in a way that each one is geared towards you becoming a better person than last year – more or less. You probably have an execution plan on how to accomplish them in manner that WINNING is the only result expected.

Don’t be surprised if, by the end of this year, you feel like you have become the exact opposite of what you expected to become: Naive, Inept, and Unimportant.

How Worker’s Productivity Determines Incentives

Workers productivity is both important to the firm and the employee himself. A workers productivity is determined by various aspects which influence the efficiency and quality of work. Companies are investing heavily on their workforce because they are well aware that without them, there would be no production. Workers are the company’s assets and failure to maintain a good relationship with them may lead to low productivity thus leading to a drop in profits. However, when workers productivity is high, they largely benefit as the company’s revenues increase and with a good cash flow, workers hard work is paid off handsomely. There are various ways in which workers benefit from their productivity.

How Freelancing Can Help Start Your Business

Yes, freelancers do get to set their own hours. And, you’re right, they can take a Dorito break any time they want. And, sure, they do get to do all of this while ensconced in their favorite flannel pajamas.

But there’s more to freelancing than meets the eye. Despite the casual dress code and extremely flexible schedule, freelancing can actually help you succeed as an entrepreneur–building your own business empire.

How to Overcome Stress in the Workplace

We encounter stress on a daily basis especially in our workplace. Sometimes it is part of our daily lives but it does not have to be. It is important to learn how to deal with stress and how to overcome it.

If we just let stress rule our lives, it can cause serious damage to our health and to our overall well-being. We must learn ways to overcome it before it overcomes us.

How Innovation Spurs Productivity

Innovation is necessary in almost every successful achievement. We need a vibrant influx of ideas to market target niches and make our brands stronger.

Innovation can result in breakthrough changes to new or fundamentally changed products and services that can radically alter what companies sell and generate major gains in revenue and profits.

Visionaries Are Ten Steps Ahead Of Us

Steve Jobs is known for, aside from Apple and Pixar, his reality-distortion field. He simply made the impossible possible in the tech world.

Steve Jobs is a visionary. And many are like him.

Becoming A Better Person With Stephen Covey’s 7 Habits

The 7 Habits means many different things to different people, depending on their perspective in life. A businessman would look at it as principles to live by in running his business. A farmer would look at it probably in the same fashion, principles to live by, but through different lens.

Sure Ingredients To Achieving Goals

Each year many of us make a list of things we want to achieve that year. For some that list is their “New Year’s Resolution”. For some that list is the things they want to have or to be – a house, car, get married, etc.

We can call that many names. They are simply goals.

How Far Are You Willing To Go To Get Your Brain Work Better

Apparently you can learn more effectively with tDCS than with any traditional methods (i.e., hard work plus more effort) – that is if you’re willing to spend that 99 bucks.