When you pay for Netflix, Spotify, Dropbox and any other service you know exactly what you get. When you don’t pay for stuff such as blogs, articles, webinars, and courses, you start a journey with no clear milestones and no clear destination.
Improve your performance in life, work and relationships.
In theory, habits operate in a simple loop: trigger – routine – reward. By understanding the science behind habits, you can hack the habit loop to improve your lifestyle.
By targeting tiny habits you can create change with little-to-no effort.
It’s impossible to always be productive. According to Cal Newport, the author of Deep Work, your mental capacity is limited to three to four hours of cognitively intense work in a day.
Today, I’m more than pleased to review another product of theirs BenQ Photographer Monitor SW271. This monitor was created for photographers. As always they have done a great job designing and building it.
Productivity is often equated with busyness. You could be doing a lot of things at the same time and end up not accomplishing anything useful. Being productive means focusing on the right things and ignoring distractions. Even the best productivity tools won’t help you if you don’t understand the previous sentence.
When I travel I’m limited to my laptop screen to get my work done. It’s fine for writing but for design work, photo and video editing it gets quite frustrating.
Being a digital nomad is fun yet challenging. You have the freedom to do your job while seeing the world. However, there are challenges that might prove overwhelming at times, such as finding cheap airfare, reliable WiFi connection and the cost of living in your next destination.
I never realized how my behavior was based on habits that run automatically the majority of my waking hours. Once I started using a habit tracker, I improved my health, sleep, relationships and creative output. Today I want to share the best goal and habit tracking apps to help you nail your goals this year.