Perfection Is Stagnation

Perfection Is Stagnation

Awesome Productivity Tips – Issue 199

Perfection is stagnation.

perfection is stagnation

Time Management

Want to schedule a productive workday? Follow these 4 really simple strategies.

If you’re the type who stops to view every new email,
one word: STOP.

Take responsibility for your life with these 10 no-nonsense tips

Follow these four principles:

  1. Never agree to or promise anything unless you are 100% sure you can do it. Treat “yes” as a contract.
  2. Have a schedule: Every time you say “yes” to someone, or even yourself, put it in a calendar.
  3. Don’t make excuses: Sometimes things happen that are beyond our control. If you’re forced to break a commitment, don’t make excuses. Own it, and try to make things right in the future.
  4. Be honest: The truth isn’t always easy to say, but if you’re not rude about it, it will help everyone out in the long run. Be impeccable with your word means you’re honest with yourself and with others. You’ll become that guy or girl that people can rely on.

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The simpler your routine the easier it is to make lasting changes.Make this 1 change to your routine to help improve your mental clarity, focus, and creativity.

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Failure is an essential part of growth

Successful women follow these 11 habits. Here are just 3 tips of the 11 to get you going.

  • Have a routine
  • Set a goal and do your best to meet them
  • Educate yourself

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Time isn’t money; productivity is.

“Eight hours labor, eight hours recreation, eight hours rest.” 

~ Robert Owen, 19th century Welsh labor activist

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Watch Kathryn Schulz’s TED Talk On Being Wrong

Kathryn Schulz is an expert on being wrong. The journalist and author of “Being Wrong: Adventures in the Margins of Error,” says we make mistakes all the time. The trouble is that oftentimes being wrong feels like being right. What’s more, we’re usually wrong about what it even means to make mistakes–and how it can lead to better ideas.

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