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If you schedule a time and place for every single leisure activity, you risk missing out on the happiness associated with spontaneity and flexibility.
Successful people are adopting the concept of ‘microscheduling,’ which involves breaking your day into 5 to 7 minute slots and even planni...
Showers, snacks, and bathroom breaks must all be booked in.
Although Trump may take the idea of unstructured time to its extreme, free time during the workday can be beneficial in small doses.
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.
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.
I downloaded a $50 organization app to see if it could help me get my life in order — here’s the verdict
Things 3, from the Germany-based software startup Cultured Code, is a 2017 Apple Design award-winning app.
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.
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.
Leif Babin, co-author of "Extreme Ownership," breaks down his SEAL unit's planning process.