10 Tips to Tackle Procrastination

For many people, the number one killer of productivity is procrastination. Putting off projects until the 11th hour is not only bad from a productivity standpoint, but it can also impact the overall quality of your work and set the tone for future work. Here are a few ideas that can help you kick your procrastination habit to the curb. #1: Reevaluate Your Goals Consider what you’re setting out to achieve and the methods you’re using to achieve those goals. If the project isn’t going the way you envisioned it, then it may be time to take a step back and reconsider how you’re achieving your goals and perhaps even the goal itself.…

Morning Rituals for Entrepreneurs to Enjoy Super Productive Days

You may or may not be a morning person, but you do realize the importance of morning rituals; after all, they do set the tone for the rest of your day. For entrepreneurs who would rather plan than stumble and rush away, hoping for yet another less-stressful more-productive day, this is what Steve Liefschultz has to offer in terms of advice. No More “Snooze” Wouldn’t the whole system kind of collapse if everyone, from government officials and CEOs to entrepreneurs, continued to sleep in?…

3 Ways the Summer Heat Affects Your Business

For many of us, summer is a time for relaxation and fun. With BBQs aplenty and bustling beer gardens, when Britain gets its weather right, there’s nowhere else better on earth. However, as brilliant as the glorious sunshine may be for the weekends and down time, it causes numerous problems for businesses up and down the country. From problems with refrigeration in restaurants to the decreasing of staff efficiency, the heat causes problems no matter what the nature of your business.…

How to Improve Your Concentration when Working from Home

I remember when I first started working from home, and loved the idea of freedom and flexibility. I still do love those perks, but I’ve learned a lot since my first day. What I soon discovered, is that without discipline, it can be more of a detriment than a perk. As a writer, it’s hard to have complete concentration all day, every day. This is especially true when creativity is important, which is most of the time as a writer, marketer, or even a web designer.…

Being Productive at Work: Five Top Tips to Follow

At work, there might come a point when you’re beginning to feel a little fatigued and unable to complete even the simplest task. While this might seem natural, it will almost certainly harm your productivity levels, thus making the coming days in the office a little harder as there’s more left to do than you may have previously anticipated. To try and increase your productivity, it doesn’t require a series of radical changes. The following tips are actually quite easy to follow and could help to boost your output; possibly your future employment prospects too!…

Give Me 30 Minutes in The Morning And I’ll Give You a More Productive Day

Do you want to know the secret of how successful people remain productive every day? Although the title is a dead giveaway, I’m still going to tell you what it is…it’s creating a morning routine. Adding 30 minutes to your day can really boost your energy, mood and productivity. The effects can be quite amazing if you ask me… The basic concept of setting up your morning routine is all about doing things for the most important person in your life – you – before the day really starts.…

How Your Small Business Productivity can Survive March Madness 2013

March Madness causes, well, madness for small businesses – especially those in the US. As one of the most popular annual sporting events in the US, the college basketball tournament is attracting 57 million viewers back in 2012, and we can expect similar figure this year. It’s all so exciting – but the problem is, it causes major disruption in business productivity, which eventually will affect your bottom line. So, how your small biz can survive through the 4-week tournament? College basketball is hot in the US – it’s the third most popular sporting event in the US – right after the Superbowl (American football) and NBA Finals (basketball.) March Madness has a long history; this year, it’s the 75th.…