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4 Ways to Keep Employees Happy — and Productive

by Jeremy Goldman, Inc.com
May 21, 2018

Going to work shouldn’t be synonymous with being miserable or bored. Not only is workplace happiness essential to someone’s work-life balance, but being happy also tends to make a person more productive. This means it’s especially important for you as a business leader to keep your employees happy on a day-to-day basis. Unfortunately, that’s easier said than...[Click to read more]

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The Surprising Link Between Procrastination and Threats to Your Health

by Jayson DeMers, Entrepreneur.com
May 21, 2018

We all know the negative consequences of procrastination firsthand; we wait too long to start a project, or delay that important phone call, then end up feeling more pressure than we would had we started things sooner. Related: 11 Ways to Beat Procrastination All of us do this from time to time, and, according to research...[Click to read more]

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8 Cool Design Updates You Can Do with a Freelance Illustrator

by Carey Wodehouse, Business2community.com
May 21, 2018

Think illustration is only for books and print? Think again. Illustration is an art that’s evolved for the digital age. Using modern programs, illustrators have brought their art into the realms of UIs, landing pages, and infographics, adding imagination and a hand-crafted feel to even the sleekest digital experiences. More so, illustration can solve tricky...[Click to read more]

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4 reasons to let your team work remotely

by Fiona Adler, Born2invest.com
May 21, 2018

Although many teams have fully functioning working-from-home policies in place, there are also plenty of examples of admirable businesses that have decided to revoke the working-from-home freedoms they previously allowed—take Yahoo!, IBM or Hewlett-Packard, for example. At the same time, employees that are able to work from home have been shown to be happier and “massively more productive”—so...[Click to read more]

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How to design the ideal morning routine if you’re a night owl

by Rachel Premack, Businessinsider.com
May 21, 2018

Night owls might feel too intimidated (or tired) to design their own morning routine. But productivity experts say morning routines can be beneficial even if it’s only a 10- or 20-minute add-on to your morning activities. Start by identifying one habit you wish you had — writing, reading, meditating, and so on. About a third of people are...[Click to read more]

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Family Matters: How to Institute Family-Friendly Policies at Your Early Stage Startup

by CAT HERNANDEZ, Alleywatch.com
May 19, 2018

The startup world is growing up! Ten years ago, the average age of a startup hire was around 25 (remember when Mark Zuckerberg proclaimed that “young people are just smarter”?). But today, tech is a maturing industry – not just for the post-college set; especially since the financial crisis, it’s attracting the eye of experienced professionals who in years...[Click to read more]

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Study finds work-from-home employees more productive than office workers

by Nzherald.co.nz
May 18, 2018

Those who work from home are more productive than people who work in an office, according to a new two-year study. The ground-breaking experiment, conducted by Stanford University professor Nicholas Bloom, showed an astounding productivity boost among the telecommuters and a decrease in attrition, according to Thrive Global. To conduct the study, Bloom enlisted the help...[Click to read more]

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7 productivity fails you can avoid with a printable calendar

by Perry Koh, Besttechie.com
May 18, 2018

Productivity is probably one of the most common used words in the business environment. There are no criteria for those who are interested in maximizing their productivity, exploiting their time to the fullest and minimizing any damage to their work. There are thousands of articles, online tools and apps. Yet, there is one reliable solution...[Click to read more]

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