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Working solo is hard. Procrastination, distraction and lack of motivation can destroy a project. Here are five simple tips to help solo developers stay productive and finish their games. ...
You’re not losing your mind. A constant stream of social media posts on the internet right now promise to pull back the curtain on the next great advancement in usefulness, productivity, or shiny automation engines. The cult of productivity is always knocking on our doors because it’s a part of a $10 billion institution that Read More...The post Rethink Your Definition of Productivity
for nature deprived city-dwellers the office has evolved into a natural oasis with this office taking inspiration from the open-air environment of a park to promote well-being.The post park-like green office by 07beach simulates recreational ground to promote productivity appeared first on designboom | architecture & design magazine.
I remember when I first discovered David Allen’s book Getting Things Done. I was holding down a challenging corporate job and working on a side hustle. I had a toddler at home and a mountain of stress at work. I was managing a team of writers (this is an oxymoron) and juggling complicated deliverables for Read More...The post How to Find Your Own Path to Creative Productivity appeared first
Lately, a common theme in productivity advice is bashing multitasking. “You suck at multitasking!” shrieks one headline. “Multitasking: the most dangerous productivity killer” hisses another. And they aren’t wrong. Studies have shown that trying to tackle different tasks simultaneously greatly reduces our cognitive abilities. But what if I told you there’s another type of multitasking Read More..
Ah, the #writerslife, #amwriting, #wordcount — wait, hold that thought — #amlookingatmyphone, #destructiveprocrastination, #twitterblackhole, #zerowillpower … dammit what just happened? Every time I pick up my iPhone, I lose a minimum of 20 minutes that I could be writing a first draft of something, anything. The cult of “busyness” beckons me: I scratch at my Read Mo
I’ve said for a long time … writers are magicians. We make something out of nothing. We take syllables and turn them into dreams, sights, sounds. Calls to action and detailed plans for shenanigans. And as every magician knows, if you want to perform magic … you have to know a thing or two about Read More...The post 6 Writing and Productivity Rituals from the Copyblogger Creative


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