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The CEO of a top travel app who gets up at 5:15 a.m. says he tricked himself into becoming a morning person by changing his daily exercise routine
Sam Shank, CEO of HotelTonight, says he wasn't always a morning person — but changing his workout routine helped him start getting up at 5:15 a.m.
There are many time-saving skills you can adopt to be more productive. Here, career experts share 15 ways to increase your productivity.
A leadership expert has a simple time-management trick to help make sure you never fall behind on your to-do list again
The items on your to-do list will probably take three times as long to finish as you think they will, so be more realistic about time-management.
Singaporean millennials don’t have enough time to manage their finances – and it’s causing them immense stress, HSBC says
But people are probably also more likely to use spare time to check social media than manage their finances.
Planning every minute of your workday can backfire — here’s what the most successful leaders do instead
A Harvard study of CEOs finds that the most effective leaders set their own personal agendas three to six months in advance. However, experts say leaders should also be flexible enough to deal with whatever unexpected issues may arise.
An analysis of CEOs’ schedules scrutinized 60,000 hours and found email is an even bigger time sink than people realize
Email is a pain for everyone, but it's a real problem for CEOs. A study by the Harvard Business Review shows that a CEO's time responding to emails distracts from routine workflow and extends a workday.
An unreleased feature on the Facebook app called 'Your Time on Facebook' will allow you to keep track of how much time you're spending on it. The feature tracks how much time you've spent on the app over the past seven days, and shows your average daily usage.
Making small changes to your morning routine — such as switching off the news — can be a more efficient use of your time in the mornings.
Schedule time to spend with friends and family in order to feel happier and less busy, says Laura Vanderkam in her new book, "Off the Clock." It's a more memorable way to pass your days than browsing social media.
Productivity advice typically relies on a static vision of our working selves — it doesn’t account for the human element. Increasing your productivity requires working with your natural tendencies and allowing time for you to do things that make you happy.