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You have 6 months left to keep your New Year’s resolutions. Here’s how you can still make them happen.

Whether you want to lose weight, learn a language, or quit a bad habit, there's still time to keep those January promises.
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13 unforgettable insights from a year reading about relationships, time management, and getting ahead at work

I read more than a dozen self-help books in 2018. Here are the tips — about work, love, and life — that have really stuck with me.
The key to building a habit can also be its downfall, according to productivity expert James Clear.

A productivity expert with half a million followers says there’s one tool every successful person uses to reach a goal — but it can also h...

There are three benefits to measuring your progress toward a goal: It makes the behavior more obvious, creates an additive effect, and adds immediate gratification. But it can also become an obsession, according to author and productivity expert James Clear.

The star of a Netflix show on kindness shares his foolproof way to become a better person

Leon Logothetis traveled the world relying on strangers' generosity for Netflix's "The Kindness Diaries."

A top psychologist says there’s a huge misconception about setting goals

NYU psychologist Adam Alter believes the concept of goals can leave people feeling bad, even if they accomplish what they set out to achieve.

A leading expert on procrastination offers his advice for never procrastinating again

Psychologist Tim Pychyl has spent two decades studying procrastination, so he knows a thing or two about how to get things done on time.

Most ‘science-backed’ productivity trends are useless, but here are the ones you should try

Each week, it can seem like there's a new trend aimed at making you slimmer, happier, or more productive. Here are the ones you should try.

A viral movement says feeling lighter could be as simple as tidying your desk — and science agrees

Marie Kondo's popular book claims that cleaning your house can bring you everything from joy to inner peace. But what does the science say?