How a little procrastination can be actually good for you (if you do it right)

Have you ever found yourself rushing to complete a task just a few minutes before a deadline?

Procrastination is often listed as one of the most common bad habits disrupting productivity. But there’s no need to feel guilty about it: putting of tasks doesn’t necessarily mean being lazy or slacking off. In fact, we just can’t help it.

And what if I told you… you can procrastinate and still be productive?
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How to know if a “Yes” will hurt your productivity

Picture this scene: you’ve just started on a big task, blocked time to get it done when somebody’s head pops inside your office and drops the bomb:
“Heyyy, sorry you’re busy but can you do _______ for me? It’s very important and please get it done by today. Ok?”

To maintain peace, you give in and say “Yes”. Big mistake. You should have answered “No”, but that’s easier said than done, is it?
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Commuting To Work? Here’s How To Make The Most of Your Time

How much time do you spend stuck in the traffic every morning? Or waiting for your train? Commuting, for many people a “necessary evil” has become a part of a worker’s daily life. Whether by car, train, bus or else the long hours spent going back and forth to work seem like wasted.

But the time spent going to work doesn’t necessarily have to be lost. There are many ways in which you can kick off a productive day -starting from your commuting time.
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