Some of your productivity right now may be taking care of yourself. Taking care of yourself will mean that you can get back to your work.
One of the biggest benefits of being an entrepreneur is that there’s no cap to your income-earning potential. But this is a double-edged sword.
Zoom meetings are on the rise — thank you, coronavirus! On the one hand, that’s awesome. During these last couple of months, I’ve relied on Zoom to catch-up with friends, family, and stay in-touch with my team. But, if I’m really saying how I feel about yet another Zoom meeting — I’m exhausted. I’m definitely not the only one. Zoom fatigue is real. But why? Why Are Video Calls So Draining? Despite the convenience, Zoom meetings are...
So, whether you’re new to the game or a seasoned veteran, it’s imperative that you learn how to thrive in the remote world.
Here’s the truth with productivity. While it does involve self-discipline, organization, and focus, that doesn’t mean you have to uptight.