Willpower Weekend Reading List – May 17, 2014
This weeks reading material: James Altucher updated his reasons for quitting your job. How to manage your time better? But from time to time being too effective may lead to burnout.
THE GAME IS OVER. That game where they get to hire you for 40 years, pay you far less than you create, and then give you a gold watch, and then you get bored, you get depressed, and you die alone.
Every minute counts! Three productivity experts offer six ideas for hacking your habits for maximum productivity. From shortcuts and life hacks to proven productivity methods, we’re all looking to save time and get more done. If you want to be even more successful, it’s time to tap into your super powers: your habits.
2. Log out!
The extra step of having to enter in your password will buy you enough time to realize that you’re distracting yourself and shouldn’t
The burnout process has been divided into 12 phases by psychologists Herbert Freudenberger and Gail North. In a Scientific American Mind article, the stages are outlined as such:
Have you always wondered about the subtle things you can do to totally improve the outcome of a situation? It is something that I have constantly been thinking about. Some incredible bits of advice from a reddit discussion. Top advice on how to improve your outcomes.
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