4 Ways To Be More Efficient And Effective For Increased Productivity

Published by: Isaiah Hankel

Topics :Emotional IntelligenceHow To Focus



The key to maximizing your productivity is to balance being efficient with being effective. That is, the right amount of preparation with the right amount of time for execution. This means controlling your focus by controlling your environment. Be strategic with when you work and how you work. Follow the right ratio of efficiency to being effective to do more in less time. Abraham Lincoln’s Law of Relaxed Productivity and a 2:1 ratio for efficiency over effectiveness will allow you to stay relaxed and maximize your productivity using these 4 strategies.

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3 Ways To Stop Following The Crowd And Trust Yourself

Published by: Isaiah Hankel

Topics :Emotional IntelligenceNegative People



Other people will always influence your life. The negative ones will bring you down. The positive ones will lift you up. But, if you rely on the decisions and opinions of others to rule your life, you’ll always be chasing other people’s goals and miss out on your own, entirely. They’ll make you feel insecure and unworthy. You’ll hold yourself back without any help from them. And, you’ll start being governed by fear and paralyzed by insecurity. To combat this, have a strong reason why and circle your actions and decisions around it. Stop opinion polling and being afraid to fail. And, start relying on yourself as being your own expert on what’s best for you.

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How A Narcissist Can Contribute To Your Happiness And Success

Published by: Isaiah Hankel

Topics :Emotional IntelligenceNegative People



It’s easy to feel sorry for yourself when life is unfair. People use you and toss you aside, and you feel wronged and left behind. When you’re feeling wounded, the temptation is to lash out and try to regain power and pride. Calling someone a narcissist is name-calling that feels good in the moment, but cripples you in the long-run. It’s a cover up for self-pity and feeling sorry for yourself that holds you back from your goals. Instead of being distracted by everyone that doesn’t agree with you or uses you, focus on these 3 things to stay on track.

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How Challenges In Life Will Make You More Successful

Published by: Isaiah Hankel

Topics :Emotional IntelligenceNegative People



When you become intentionally grateful for the things you don’t have in your life, the people you let go of, and the challenges that have derailed or disappointed you, you instantly change your perspective. You tap into a positive, motivated mindset that will drive you to creative solutions to move forward in your life. When you become grateful for growth opportunities, you’re able to increase your resilience and get stronger. Your ultimate success depends on you controlling not just your mindset, but actively participating in the pruning of your own life as you move towards your goals. This article shows you how being grateful for what you don’t have can be used to create greater success long-term.

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Why Intelligent Achievement Is The Only Real Success

Published by: Isaiah Hankel

Topics :Emotional IntelligenceHow To Focus



There is a difference between fake success and intelligent achievement. One revolves around other people’s goals and achieving other people’s mediocre, superficial goals of success. That’s fake success. Fake success looks impressive, but doesn’t last. Intelligent Achievement takes focus, creation, and growth applied within a science of success. Creating a smart plan that is aligned with your purpose is the first part of the formula. The second part includes setting up good habits, behavior, and networks of people to build success that has meaning and longevity. In this article, you’ll learn the difference between fake success and intelligent achievement and how to achieve real success that has depth, is fulfilling, and lasts.

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