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As a father of three young children, Spencer is a busy guy at home and at work. What’s the one thing that Spencer refuses to do on the weekend? Work—at least, in the traditional sense. Rascoff says: “I never go into the office on weekends, but I do check e-mail at night. A new study from Stanford shows that Rascoff is on to something. The study found that productivity per hour declines sharply when the workweek exceeds 50 hours, and productivity drops off so much after 55 hours that there’s no point in working any more. Successful people know the importance of shifting gears on the weekend to relaxing and rejuvenating activities. BusinessWomenExperts sur Twitter : "12 Ways to Infuse Your Work With Purpose @alizasherman #purpose #work.
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The importance of meditation and simply breathing. She is around my age and recently had a heart attack. Suddenly, the act of breathing takes on even greater importance when viewed through our lens of mortality. When I was living in New York City, I took a women’s self-defense course called Impact/Prepare where they gave women permission to beat the daylights out of padded assailants. We Are All Part of the Work/Life Revolution - Stew Friedman. By Stew Friedman | 1:00 PM March 12, 2013 The Twitterverse has been aflame with a lot of noise about Sheryl Sandberg, Anne Marie Slaughter, and Marissa Mayer.
But a lot of this talk is knee-jerk criticism that misses the big picture: our nation’s failure to address the issue of integrating work and the rest of life has finally emerged as a critical economic, social, political, and personal issue affecting not only women, but all of us, and it’s capturing deservedly serious attention and accelerating experimentation with new models in our brave new world. For the first time in the 25 years since I’ve been studying the intersection of work and life, it’s now front-page news and everyone has an opinion — because for the first time everyone feels that they have a stake and a voice. It’s no longer only a women’s issue. The key word there being heat; not light.
Each is speaking out, on the basis of her experience, about why and how change must come. Let’s not lose the forest for the trees. 7 Ways to Juggle Better and Stress Less. (This is my second blog post for PGi, the creators of iMeet. This post originally appeared on the PGi blog .) In our ultra-connected world, the lines between our work and our home lives are blending. Without the right tools or proper preparation, work and life can collide and the results usually aren’t pretty. When it comes to mastering the juggle of work and life, it helps to be prepared, draw some boundaries, leverage available tools, and above all, ask for help. Seven Ways to Juggle Better and Stress LessPGi Blog. In our ultra-connected world, the lines between our work and our home lives are blending. Without the right tools or proper preparation, work and life can collide and the results usually aren’t pretty.
When it comes to mastering the juggle of work and life, it helps to be prepared, draw some boundaries, leverage available tools, and above all, ask for help. VIP Corner: Nancy Koehn on reasons family must be a part of business values. SmartBrief is partnering with Big Think to create a weekly video spotlight in SmartBrief on Leadership called “VIP Corner: Video Insights Powered by Big Think.”
This week, we’re featuring Nancy Koehn, a professor of business administration at Harvard University. The business community is due for a change in the way it values families and work-life balance, Koehn says. She addresses this in three parts. Large companies are struggling to retain top talent, half of whom or more are women, Koehn said. Blog » The New Workstyle: Leaving the Old Behind. We’ve been talking about the new workstyle and how work is evolving now for several months including laying out the ten characteristics that define it and four reasons why it’s mobile.
We’ve gotten so much great feedback and interest on the topic that we decided to create an infographic that provides a snapshot of what the new workstyle is all about along with a few interesting data points that support it. Enjoy the image and please share it! We would love you to try out Gist here. To find out exactly what Gist does, click here.
Parenting. So You Got an iPod Touch This Holiday Season: Now What? This post is part of the Mashable 10, Mashable's gift guide of the 10 hottest gadgets that our editors think should be on everyone's wish lists this holiday season.
If you were lucky enough to receive one of those gifts, our handy quick start guides should get you up and running. To view the entire gift guide, click here. So you've received an iPod touch this holiday season. Bravo! Whether it was a surprise gift or the result of months of thinly veiled hints, your next move is to get your new gadget kitted out. It's certainly true that the iPod touch is the funnest iPod ever, but it can still be improved with some choice accessories and, of course, some fantastic apps. See below for our lists of five must-have accessories for the iPod touch and five must-download apps, and let us know your recommendations for the iDevice in the comments. 5 Must-Have iPod Touch Apps. Zzzzzz: 15 reasons you need more sleep. Zeo Personal Sleep Coach - Home. How to be happy in business – venn diagram. 03 Jun, 2009 – 327 comments click the pic for a full size image UPDATE!
: I’m blown away by how this spread, the comments I’ve received back, and the links across the web. In almost every post about the image, someone asked for a poster, or mentioned printing it out to hang somewhere close by. So I’ve created a poster, using Zazzle, with a much higher res image:Get the smaller (and cheaper) version ORGet the larger size with better paper _________________ Big Rocks First: Double Your Productivity This Week. Every Monday is Productivity & Organization Day at Zen Habits.
If your week is seven buckets, and you go into each bucket without planning ahead, and you fill it up with little pebbles and grains of sand and whatever other debris comes your way … soon there will be no room for the Big Rocks. Your buckets fill up faster than you know it, and once your buckets are full, you’re done. You can’t get bigger buckets. What you can do is put the Big Rocks in first, and fill in the pebbles and sand around them. The Big Rocks are the major things you want to get done this week.
Plan your week ahead of time, placing your Big Rocks first. This is a similar concept to MITs, except on a weekly scale instead of a daily scale. How Many Points for Inbox Zero? Most of us have a long list of things we’d like to do—get more exercise, keep a cleaner house, spend money more responsibly, and deal with e-mail more effectively.
But it’s notoriously hard to change behavior when it comes to such tiresome chores. On the other hand, a compelling computer game can inspire you to stay up late at night trying to complete a tricky, and essentially pointless, task. Several successful startup companies, including Foursquare and SCVNGR, have harnessed the principles at work in games—so-called “game dynamics”—to motivate people to perform particular location-based tasks.