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In many cases, you get 80 percent of the value from 20 percent of the work. ‘Perfect’ is a distraction. Often, just showing up or getting started is enough
Looking to boost your concentration and time management skills? The Pomodoro Technique will work for some, but personally I found it wanting.
Notebooks inspire intimacy and a rush that is incomparable to anything digital. They make ideas tangible. This best of the web is dedicated to notebooks.
Writing and walking make excellent companions. Taking a break from the screen for a peaceful stroll relaxes the mind and makes you more productive.
Brainstorming – we’ve all been asked to do it. Just let go and let the creativity flow right? Well, this is the best of what the web thinks of that.
What we hear when we work inevitably affects our productivity and influences the style of what we produce. These are some of our best sounds to work to.
Working from home isn’t easy. Forget the pyjama-clad, sofa-bound stereotype, and discover the top ten things you really need to work successfully from home.
Following the wisdom of the restaurateur, our thoughts couldn’t help but turn to food writing. Enjoy this inspiration for some weekend gourmet wickedness.
I work in my own study. It’s quiet and calm. I have double-glazing, a door I can shut and even a hand-built silent PC. Nothing disturbs my work except my own distractability. Brain work requires flow – a psychological state of concentration that takes 15-20 minutes to achieve and which is easily disturbed. Make some […]