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This $50 app organized my entire life — here’s how it works

Things 3 is an Apple Design award-winning app that can help you organize your life.
Leave yourself some breathing room.

Experts have a calendar scheduling strategy to make even the busiest person happier

If you schedule a time and place for every single leisure activity, you risk missing out on the happiness associated with spontaneity and flexibility.

Trump’s schedule is full of ‘executive time’ that might be more productive than it sounds

Although Trump may take the idea of unstructured time to its extreme, free time during the workday can be beneficial in small doses.
Having a set morning routine can set you up for success.

I’m a neurosurgeon, and the best morning routine I’ve found consists of just 3 simple steps

As a neurosurgeon, coach, author, speaker, and dad, my morning routine is the secret to my success. Here are three simple steps to creating yours.
I didn't take a picture of the crowds (who wants to remember that?), but this photo shows both the beauty of Mont Saint-Michel and the flood of tourists approaching.

My best travel trick for high tourist season is a no-brainer, and I’m always shocked when people don’t do it

The best trick I've found to save time on a trip seems blindingly obvious: Buy your tickets for tourist attractions online, before you go.
The Ivy Lee method can help you get the most out of your work day so you have more time at home. John Rampton is not pictured.

A CEO and dad uses a 100-year-old strategy to get control of his schedule in just 15 minutes each night

The Ivy Lee method helped entrepreneur John Rampton become more productive at work. Under the Ivy Lee method, at the end of each night, you write down your six most important tasks to accomplish the following day in order of importance, and complete them one at a time.

Here’s the list you should make every Friday afternoon for maximum productivity the following week

Productivity expert and author Laura Vanderkam says you should spend the last few hours of the workweek planning for the next one.

There’s one thing you can do to make your scariest moments more bearable, according to psychologists

Rehearsing the way that certain scary moments will feel means that those moments feel "right" when they happen, instead of feeling surprising.

A former Navy SEAL officer reveals the 11-point checklist he used to prepare for combat

Leif Babin, co-author of "Extreme Ownership," breaks down his SEAL unit's planning process.