Many Productivity501 readers also have their own blogs. In this post we wanted to feature some of the top content from you—people who leave comments on this website. So read on to discover some great posts from the Productivity501 community.
30 Days Habit Change: Waking up at 5 AM-Freestyle Mind
In this post, Oscar from Freestyle Mind writes about his plan to see if getting up at 5 AM will increase his productivity.
DIY Common Sense Search Optimization-Monday Morning VA
Search engine optimization can seem like a daunting task, but this article gives 4 rules for optimization that can prime your web page for optimal placement page rank.
Are You a Human Decision Making Machine?-Mining Man
Whether followers notice the effort or not, leadership is a skill that requires input to generate successful output (good decisions). The author of this article discusses the book, “The Magic of Thinking Big” by David J. Schwartz and how the book compares things such as effective listening to raw materials used to build the foundation for good decisions.
Don’t Do Work Just for the Sake of Doing Work-From Bottom Up
It is easy to get discouraged when work doesn’t go as smoothly as we would wish. In this article, the author gives tips on how to create a better working environment that encourages productivity.
Sweet Backstabbers-Leadership Freak
If you’ve ever encountered someone in the workplace that seems kind face-to-face, but undermines you behind your back, you’re most likely at a loss concerning what to do. In this article, Dan Rockwell gives some tips on how to skillfully and diplomatically restore your reputation.
Nine Ways the iPad Will Change Time Management-Time Management Ninja
With the controversy over whether or not the iPad will be a truly useful tool, it is interesting to see how people will actually be able to incorporate the device into their daily routines. This article lists nine benefits of using the iPad to aid time management.
How to Abandon a Sinking Ship-30 Days at a Time
Failure is something that we all must face at one time or another. The author of this article gives several observations on how to deal with failure.
How to Profit from Your Passion-Potential2Success
Entrepreneurship has long been a way for businesspeople with great ideas and work ethics to make a living at doing what they love. However, there are a few myths about starting your own business. Ralph Jean-Paul discusses a few of these common misconceptions.
9 Powerful Time Management Tips for Students-Taming Time
Today, most students fill multiple shoes. Many work or raise families as they attend college. This article gives a helpful list of suggestions on how to get the most out of your day.
Demotivation: the curse of success? The choice is yours-6 Aliens
Being unmotivated to complete a certain, necessary task is something all of us face at one time or another. In this article, Ben Lumley discusses how motivation is a choice and that a change in focus could bring about a more positive outlook.