This blog is a guest post by Ruby Joanne Despite the barrage of fitness influencers and wellness coaches on our social media feeds, unhealthy habits still persist in America. According to a CDC report, only 23 percent of Americans spend enough time...
Do you download new apps weekly or even daily? Do you throw your hands up in disgust and say that there are no good apps for tasking, calendar management, or list-making? You may be app-crazed.
Thinking about the Covid-19 pandemic can increase your anxiety levels. So instead of thinking about how the pandemic has kept you stuck at home, get this opportunity to keep yourself healthy amidst this global crisis. Here are ways on how you can keep yourself in great shape during Covid-19.
Is your team sending emails late at night? Are they skipping their vacations because they feel guilty about taking one or don't know what to do during the pandemic? Or worse, they don't want the workload when they come back? Overcoming team burnout needs to be a top 2021 priority for all companies.
Do you have trouble concentrating because of all the rings, pings, and buzzes? Focus offline to save yourself from task-switching and decision fatigue.
America leads the way in duplicated efforts in meetings, tasks, and assignments. Lack of clarity on goals and who owns what is costing us money.
According to the Anatomy of Work Index, 87% of people work two hours more every day. Parkinson's Law is killing our productivity.
Stop wasting time and shorten your meetings sending videos ahead of time. Give context, status updates, or explain a concept before you meet.
When you're on vacation are you truly present or so engrossed in snapping and posting that you miss the moment? How about a no-photo vacation day?
Are you a healthy living ambassador? Why not make money sharing the lifestyle by becoming a Rader Co. Affiliate for productive, healthy behaviors.
I thought deleting my task list would be the end of my business. What seemed like a disaster ended up being the best gift I could have given myself.
In 2020 I read 38 books, mostly business, personal development, or non-fiction. These are my top ten books of 2020, in no particular order.