Category Archives: Productivity Tools

5 Ways Coworking Spaces Inspire Collaboration and Productivity

Delia Tugui — January 8, 2020 You’ve probably noticed by now that coworking spaces are pretty popular among freelancers, entrepreneurs, remote employees, and other independent professionals. They’re defined as membership-based workspaces where diverse groups of professionals work together in a communal, shared setting. These places are associated with collaboration and productivity since those who use … Continue reading 5 Ways Coworking Spaces Inspire Collaboration and Productivity

4 Performance Styles Guaranteed to Boost Workplace Productivity

Micah Lally — January 5, 2020 It’s become pretty universally acknowledged that individuals have different personalities, preferences, and even work styles. In workplace settings, it’s important to be aware of these unique differences in order to provide a more efficient environment for teams, especially when it comes to productivity. Your business is only as productive … Continue reading 4 Performance Styles Guaranteed to Boost Workplace Productivity

Why the Top 5 Productivity Hacks for Remote Workers Are All Wrong

Arik Hanson — December 13, 2019 As a remote worker for going on 10 years now, I definitely have learned my share of “productivity hacks”. When you’re working for yourself, you kinda have to! So, when I saw this post on PR Daily recently about 11 productivity tips for remote workers, I was intrigued. Let’s … Continue reading Why the Top 5 Productivity Hacks for Remote Workers Are All Wrong

The Power of Constraints: How Dr. Seuss Used Only 50 Words to Write His Best-Selling Book of All Time

Mayo Oshin — November 21, 2019 Follow @mayowaoshin Shortly after the success of The Cat in the Hat—a best-selling book limited to a 225-word vocabulary—Theodor Seuss Geisel (also known as Dr. Seuss) took on an even greater challenge. In 1960, Bennett Cerf, founder of book publisher, Random House, bet Dr. Seuss fifty-dollars that he couldn’t … Continue reading The Power of Constraints: How Dr. Seuss Used Only 50 Words to Write His Best-Selling Book of All Time

Fatigue Can Be as Dangerous as Drinking on the Job

Steven Handmaker — November 8, 2019 Follow @handmaker Beep. Beep. Beep. Hear that? It’s your alarm sounding, except you feel like you just closed your eyes moments ago. Coming from the world of insurance, we’re surrounded by risk management best practices, and making sleep a priority for our employees and our clients has become an … Continue reading Fatigue Can Be as Dangerous as Drinking on the Job