The 5 Health Hacks The World’s Most Productive People Can’t Live Without


Not all productive people are alike, and not all productive people are productive in the same way. But there is one thing that all productive people have in common—and that’s the fact that they make health a priority.


Like the old saying goes, your health is your wealth. And if you’re not on top of your health, you’re not going to be able to be on top of anything else in your life, either—and your productivity is going to take a major hit as a result.

ATILUS Tackles Their Overwhelming Inbox Problem With SaneBox

Florida-based digital marketing and web design agency ATILUS knew they needed a better way to manage their client correspondence. So they turned to SaneBox.


At ATILUS, it’s all about email


At ATILUS, there’s no business tool more important than email. The ATILUS team not only uses email to manage communications, but also as a way to keep up-to-date on tasks, hit deadlines, and ensure projects are moving forward.

The Productivity Giants Series with Megan Lyons, Founder of the Lyons’ Share Wellness


Helping people learn how to live actively and eat healthily is Megan Lyons’ specialty. As a health coach and owner of The Lyons’ Share Wellness, Megan spends her days doing one-on-one, personalized health coaching for busy clients who successfully balance a full life, but struggle with keeping up with their health.


A Dallas resident, Megan’s passion for health and wellness has grown and developed over the past 15 years. Her health and wellness coaching services come in a variety of forms – and are completely customizable based on a client’s goals. In addition to health coaching, you can find Megan speaking on nutrition and health, hosting corporate wellness programs, group coaching, and blogging about her business through the Lyons’ Share blog.

Top 10 Integrations for Office 365


To keep your company growing at the dramatic pace you plan for, it is essential to have your business software applications integrated around a single process, database and network. However, many organizations may not realize that the exact same solutions they have been using before the API was born can also be connected with integrations. For instance, Office 365 already includes a healthy set of features, but that doesn’t necessarily mean its functionality can’t be further expanded.

The Productivity Giants Series with John Lee Dumas, Founder & Host of Entrepreneurs On Fire


How often do you feel like you spend the majority of your day doing something you love? For John Lee Dumas, that’s the goal – teaching strategies and delivering inspiration you need to pave the path to entrepreneurial freedom. After all, isn’t it about time you live the life you dream about while you’re doing the daily stuff you hate?



Julian Treasure and the Power of a Quiet Inbox


The world we live in is a loud one – and with so much noise (both literal and figurative) coming from all directions, it can be hard to effectively communicate your most important messages – and for you to effectively hear the messages that are going to have the biggest impact on your business and your life.


But Julian Treasure is on a mission to change that. Treasure is an international speaker (his five TED talks, The 4 Ways Sound Affects Us, Shh! Sound Health in 8 Steps, 5 Ways To Listen Better, Why Architects Need to Use Their Ears, and How To Speak So That People Want To Listen have been viewed over 70 million times) who speaks on the power of effective speaking, conscious listening, and how to effectively use sound in business.


The Productivity Giants Series with Chris Guillebeau, Authors & Entrepreneur


Have an interest in starting a side hustle or full-blown entrepreneurship? Then, you’ve probably heard of Chris Guillebeau and maybe checked out some of his books: Side Hustle, The Art of Nonconformity, and The $100 Startup. Chris runs his personal website as “a home for unconventional people doing remarkable things.” An avid traveler as well, Chris has visited every country in the world in the past 10 years, writing the whole way.