10 Steps to Mastering Morning Rituals. Self Development Tools to Follow Your Dreams. Stepcase Lifehack : Productivity, Getting Things Done and Lifehacks Blog. Best of StevePavlina.com. A few days ago, I added a “Best of StevePavlina.com” section to the blog sidebar.
Currently it includes links to 17 of the top articles since this blog began in October 2004. This list is subjective, including articles that have been the most popular among readers, articles that readers claimed have helped them the most, and my own personal favorites. Lessons. How to Write Great Blog Content. How to Blog: Blogging Tips for Beginners. Update: See our more recently published posts on the topic of starting a blog at How to Start a Blog in 5 Easy Steps and how to make money blogging.
Welcome to my How to Blog – Blogging Tips for Beginners Guide. On the page below you’ll find links to a series of how to blog tips that I’ve written with blogging for beginners (and ‘Pre’ Bloggers) in mind. It unpacks the basics of blogging and a lot of the decisions and strategies that you’ll want to consider when setting up and starting a blog. How to Blog – My Ultimate Guide to Blogging for Beginners Since developing this series I’ve produced a book specifically for beginner bloggers. Lastly- if you enjoy these posts and want to keep in touch with ProBlogger – subscribe via our RSS feed. Blogging Tips for Beginners Introductory Posts Blog Design Tips Tips for Writing Content for Blogs Tips on Making Money from Blogs Blog Networks Other Beginner Blogging Tips. Technorati. How to Overcome Internet Boredom.
As vast and seemingly limitless as the internet is, sometimes you just don’t know what URL to type into that bar up top.
When you run out of Facebook/Myspace notifications to go through and you’ve already checked your email 17 times, what then? Well running this site has turned me into a very experienced internet browser. Productivity for Entrepreneurs, GTD. Steve Pavlina’s Personal Development Blog. Open Loops. Wired Science presents an article on research by psychologists Daniele Marzoli and Luca Tommasi of the University G. d’Annunzio in Italy.
In this study, done in dance clubs in Italy (Who says research can't be fun?) , 172 subjects were approached by a researcher and asked for a cigarette. Out of the 88 people who were asked in their left ear, only 17 gave her a cigarette. Of the 88 people who were asked the same request in their right ear, 34 granted the request. In addition, researchers observed even more people interacting, noted similar requests, and observed the success or failure of the request. Matthew Cornell - Time Management, Productivity Expert. [Cross-posted to Quantified Self] We experiment on ourselves and track the results to improve the way we work, our health, and our personal lives.
This rational approach is essential because there are few guarantees that what works for others will work for us. How to Live Life to the Fullest - Personal Growth at Life Optimizer.
50+ Personal Productivity Blogs You’ve Never Heard of Before (and about a dozen you probably have) - Stepcase Lifehack. Alternate Sleep Cycles. Most people only think that there is one way to sleep: Go to sleep at night for 6-8 hours, wake up in the morning, stay awake for 16-18 hours and then repeat.
Actually, that is called a monophasic sleep cycle, which is only 1 of 5 major sleep cycles that have been used successfully throughout history. The other 4 are considered polyphasic sleep cycles due to the multiple number of naps they require each day. How is this possible? How is this healthy? Well the most important of every sleep cycle is the Stage 4 REM (Rapid Eye Movement) sleep, which has been shown to provide the benefits of sleep to the brain above all other stages of sleep. 50 Life Secrets and Tips. Memorize something everyday.Not only will this leave your brain sharp and your memory functioning, you will also have a huge library of quotes to bust out at any moment.
Poetry, sayings and philosophies are your best options.Constantly try to reduce your attachment to possessions.Those who are heavy-set with material desires will have a lot of trouble when their things are taken away from them or lost. Possessions do end up owning you, not the other way around. Become a person of minimal needs and you will be much more content.Develop an endless curiosity about this world.Become an explorer and view the world as your jungle.
Stop and observe all of the little things as completely unique events. Try new things. 5 Benefits of Giving Up Gossip - PickTheBrain. Photo Credit: DeeMayGreaves I used to love gossiping – chewing on a juicy story about where someone’s boyfriend was seen after the party, or the story behind how that colleague really got fired. It was a great way to bond with my friends and family, made for lively conversation, and even seemed to make me feel better about myself. Here’s how Random House Dictionary defines gossip: Idle talk or rumor, esp. about the personal or private affairs of others. Are You Waiting For Permission To Grow? - PickTheBrain. Photo Credit:Wikipedia Commons Hi. I’m Joey. Welcome « Phyt-ality. Placebo Buttons. The Misconception: All buttons placed around you do your bidding.
The Truth: Many public buttons are only there to comfort you. You press the doorbell button, you hear the doorbell ring. You press the elevator button, it lights up. You press the button on the vending machine, a soft drink comes rattling down the chute. The 10 Top Productivity Blogs. A blog worth reading is one that offers consistently original content and is more concerned with having great posts than fulfilling a certain quota of posts. The following ten blogs offer something unique and can help improve your life. Fun Life Development — Making personal development fun. That is by far the most common question I get asked by readers.
Creativity + Productivity = Success. Time, Attention, and Creative Work. The Blog of Author Tim Ferriss. This post is about the third book in the Tim Ferriss Book Club, which is limited to books that have dramatically impacted my life.
Enjoy! Study Hacks. The Opposite of the Open Office October 19th, 2016 · 12 comments The Bionic Office A couple weeks ago, I wrote about Joel Spolsky’s claim that Facebook’s massive open office is scaring away talent. The comments on the post added many interesting follow ups; e.g., a pointer to a recent podcast episode where a Facebook developer claims the office is rarely more than a third full as people have learned to stay home if they want to produce anything deep. A critique of open offices, however, inspires a natural follow-up question: what works better? :mnmlist. Zen habits.