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Category Archives: Habits & Practices

An exercise to raise your confidence

An exercise to raise your confidence

In this video I share with you an exercise to help you raise your confidence! I just did this exercise afresh as I attended an live event earlier this week led by one of my mentors who I followed for many years. This exercise is included into all my programs and courses and the clientsContinue Reading

Tasks take longer than you thought? (article)

Tasks take longer than you thought? (article)

Today I want to ask you one question. Do you find yourself saying “This task took longer than I thought”? If you do, this article is just for you! Recently I noticed that several of my private clients said exactly this, and I thought if they are experiencing this problem, then there is a chanceContinue Reading

The opposite of batching

The opposite of batching

You probably know that you can save your time and increase your productivity by batching your activities, and we talked about it in this blog before (see below the link to the video about batching). Today we are talking about a strategy that is opposite of batching! It is to help you get certain thingsContinue Reading

Is it time to go home? (podcast)

Is it time to go home? (podcast)

Are you struggling with finishing up your work in the evening and leaving your work place to go home? Maybe you’ve promised yourself many times to stop working at a certain time of the evening and go home so that you can have dinner, have a rest, go to bed at a reasonable time, andContinue Reading

Not as easy as it used to be

Not as easy as it used to be

I hear from you that some of the things you need to do for you work are not as easy as they used to be. For example: writing. It might have been very easy when you were undergrad or even Masters student, but now when you are a PhD, postdoc or staff, you find youContinue Reading