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Tagged With Productivity

3 successful women share their tips for managing a never-ending email inbox

Music only helps you concentrate if you’re doing the right kind of task

We asked 3 productivity experts what useless tasks we need to cut from our to-do lists --  and they all said the same thing

7 reasons you should stop yourself the next time you reach for your smartphone when you're bored

Former financial watchdog chief: Capitalism has 'gone wrong'

Tony Robbins follows a special diet he says gets him through 16-hour work days

Australia needs to focus on getting better, not just bigger

Scott Morrison highlighted some damning facts on Australians' health that need tackling with big policy overhauls

Adding 20 minutes to your commute time could lead to dangerous consequences for your job

This tool will help you keep track of your endless to do list

Actor Jared Leto -- who owns parts of Snapchat, Spotify, and Reddit -- thinks a common business practice is a huge waste of time

People at Google X have a saying about productivity: #MonkeyFirst -- here's what it means

Elon Musk has reportedly used a brutal tactic to keep from wasting time in meetings

Britain is facing a budget 'bloodbath' due to slow growth

A 27-year old is offering LSD microdosing kits and online consultations for $127 -- here's what the trend is all about

Yom Kippur begins Friday night --  but anyone can use my favourite app to reflect this weekend

The Bank of England's chief economist says we're close to solving 2 of the economy's biggest issues

Research suggests there's a case for the 3-hour workday

16 bad habits that are sabotaging your productivity

Tony Robbins has done the same thing after every speech, meeting, or event for 40 years