You landed a new job opportunity at the company of your dreams. The role is exciting, but the manager is busy, and team members are concerned with achieving their monthly stats. It is the first two weeks of employment, and the feeling of isolation is creating an uncomfortable work experience. What is a new hire to do?
Know that annoying feeling when you have trouble remembering something? Well, Nelson Dellis doesn’t ever have that problem. Nelson is a 4x USA Memory Champion and one of the leading memory experts in the world. He regularly travels to compete as a Memory Athlete, Memory Consultant, and a keynote speaker. He also is an avid mountaineer and climber, and preaches a healthy lifestyle that combines both physical and mental fitness.
If you’re reading this blog right now, you probably work for a living (and if you don’t, you severely misspelled Buzzfeed), and this means there’s a good chance that you have suffered from work burnout at some point in your career.
Do you ever wish you could be more charming? Most of us do. Not only is being charming and charismatic helpful in the business world, it’s pretty much applicable to any and all social situations. Jordan Harbinger knows this fact well, which is perhaps why his podcast, The Art of Charm, currently has 3.9 million listeners. He co-founded the Art of Charm website as well, which is now known as one of the leading self-development programs in the world, with a special expertise in social capital, relationship-building, and authentic rapport.
If you use a cross-platform organization app like Evernote, you’re likely well aware that it can be just as much of a curse as it is a blessing.
Evernote gurus rave that their account is their digital brain, replacing the need to ever buy pen and paper again. But for those who haven’t refined their strategy, the system can get unruly and overwhelming. Some users simply give up before they reach the digital Promised Land.
Take a look at some tips to make sure you’re making the most of your Evernote account, without enduring any unnecessary hassles in the process.
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Are you caught up on our #ProductivityGiants series so far? If not, be sure to check out our interviews with Camille Ricketts, Head of Content at First Round Capital, Brad Feld, Partner at Foundry Group, Nir Eyal, author of Hooked, Eric Paley, Partner at Founder Collective, Dharmesh Shah, CTO of Hubspot, James Clear, Author & Entrepreneur, Nilofer Merchant, Author & Speaker, and Derek Flanzraich, Founder of Greatist.
Eric Bandholz’s signature line is “Keep on Growing!” Fitting words for the founder of one of the most popular online stores to sell beard products today. Beardbrand, Eric’s beard grooming empire, caters to beard owners and aficionados everywhere and fosters style for the urban beardsmen.
Are you caught up on our #ProductivityGiants series so far? If not, be sure to check out our interviews with Camille Ricketts, Head of Content at First Round Capital, Brad Feld, partner at Foundry Group, Nir Eyal, author of Hooked, Eric Paley, Partner at Founder Collective, and Dharmesh Shah, CTO of Hubspot.
Welcome back to the #ProductivityGiants series!
We’re excited to talk all things productivity today with James Clear – an author, photographer, and entrepreneur. He writes about how to build better habits at JamesClear.com, and over 400,000 people subscribe to his weekly email newsletter, where he shares self-improvement tips based on proven scientific research. A big believer in the power of daily habits to create positive change, James is certainly an inspirational figure in the self-help community. He shares wisdom often on his Twitter account:
Here, we interviewed James about his morning and nightly routines, what he’s learned from failure, and his #1 holy grail productivity tip that nobody ever follows.