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8 Productivity Tips To Scale Your Startup

As a startup, you need to stay productive to remain successful. Take note of these eight productivity tips that will help you. The post 8 Productivity Tips To Scale Your Startup appeared first on Young Upstarts.
Tags: Productivity, Startups, Others, Startup Advice, Startup Productivity


9 Steps to Find Your Business Idea

Sometimes good ideas are born bad. Today, we’ll share steps from a renowned consultant, that you can use to find your business idea. Click the player to listen to this episode of The BIGG Success Show Podcast. Below is a summary of our discussion. Cavas Gobhai has consulted with some of the world’s largest companies. […] The post 9 Steps to Find Your Business Idea appeared first on Bigg Success. [click the title link above to read our full post]
Tags: Productivity, Podcast, Wall Street, Careers, Investing, Challenges, Creativity, The Wall Street Journal, Opportunities, Harmony, Metaphors, Napoleon Hill, Spontaneous, Business Development, Creative Thinking, Bigg Success


Kdan Mobile gets $16M Series B for its cloud-based content and productivity tools

Kdan Mobile founder and CEO Kenny Su Kdan Mobile, a company that provides a wide range of cloud-based software, including AI-based tech for organizing documents, has raised a $16 million Series B. The round was led by South Korea-based Dattoz Partners, which will also take a seat on Kdan Mobile, and included participation from WI Harper Group, Taiwania Capital and Golden Asia Fund Mitsubishi UFJ Capital. Launched in 2009, Kdan Mobile has focused on developing content creation and productivity...
Tags: Productivity, Startups, TC, Asia, South Korea, Europe, Microsoft, Australia, Africa, SU, United States, SaaS, Content Creation, Google Microsoft, Kdan Mobile, Kenny Su Kdan Mobile


Use this Goldman Sachs data to convince your boss you should work from home and travel less for meetings

sergey causelove/Shutterstock Goldman Sachs found productivity jumped by 3% during the pandemic, especially in jobs that worked remotely. Productivity is measured by looking at how much output workers produce per hour on average. To be sure, people may have been more productive last year, but they were also burned out. See more stories on Insider's business page. If you're eager to return to the office, this data isn't for you.But, if you're one of the nearly 40% of worker...
Tags: Productivity, US, Trends, Remote Work, Markets, Economy, World Health Organization, Goldman Sachs, Bartie Scott, Work From Home Economy, Work travel, Shutterstock Goldman Sachs


How to be successful in 2021

The truth is success isn’t a goal or destination — it’s a MINDSET you take on to achieve your goals. And like all other mindsets, you don’t just drop it once you achieve your goals. Instead, you adopt it so you can carry it with you forever. And I’ll be honest: Success isn’t an easy feat to accomplish. That’s why I want to help you rewire how you think about success and help you break down these barriers once and for all. Step 1: Set a goal (you’ll actually hit)Step 2: Find someone who ...
Tags: Google, Productivity, Mark Zuckerberg, La, Marketing, Noah, New York Times, Johnson, Mindset, Skype, Jay, James, Andrew, Dwayne, Toyota Motors, James Altucher


How to Be Successful: Tips to Help You Succeed in 2021

Before you can define success, you should make a list of what success looks like to you. This list should include definitions, examples, goals (both tangible and non-tangible), and steps you can take to realize these goals.  This article will break all of this down for you because it can become quite overwhelming. Remember that this is personal. Your definition of success should be unique to you because YOU are unique. And there is nothing wrong with being unique. What Does it Mean ...
Tags: Productivity, Time, Marketing, New York Times, Mindset, Andrew, Ramit


How to Motivate Yourself: Even When You Don’t Feel Like It

The lie we most want to believe is that we’ll have motivation tomorrow. We’re sold the fantasy that tomorrow we’ll be a better version of ourselves and miraculously start meal-prepping and read two books a month. In fact, a billion-dollar industry rides on our ability to dream, but not act. Wondering how to motivate yourself?  Motivation allows you to build systems to keep you going even when you don’t feel like it. Think of motivation as the hyperdrive switch that helps Han Solo and Chewbacc...
Tags: Productivity, Marketing, Mindset, Appsumo, Noah Kagan, Mando, BJ Fogg, Martha Stewarts, Stanford University s Behavior Design Lab


How to stop being lazy: 6 powerful strategies for 2021

Later. That’s the recurring theme that runs through your head as you arrange all your snacky snacks and flick through the options on the Hulu playlist. All while assignments are pushed out for later, the kitchen is a mess, and you need to prepare your presentation for the SCRUM on Thursday. When you’re rushing through your tasks at the last minute, it’s inevitable that you’ll ask yourself, “Why the hell am I this lazy? How am I to overcome laziness?”  Fear not. We have your back. See, your la...
Tags: Productivity, Stanford, Marketing, Netflix, Jerry Seinfeld, Sherlock, Mindset, Hulu, Joan, Cal Newport, BJ, Charles Duhigg, IWT, BJ Fogg


#645 How to Fear Less and Sell More

Listen to “#645 How to Fear Less and Sell More” on Spreaker.       On‌ ‌this‌ ‌episode‌ ‌of‌ ‌The‌ ‌Small‌ ‌Business‌ ‌Radio‌ ‌Show…‌ ‌ SEGMENT‌ ‌1 with Tom Stern,‌ ‌‌starting‌ ‌at‌ ‌0:00‌:‌ ‌ ‌You probably hate sales. You think it’s “low” or “beneath you”. Deep down you may believe if you have the best product or service in the marketplace, it will “sell itself”. More likely, you don’t like sales because you have a fear of rejection. How do we overcome all the anxiety and negative feelings so...
Tags: Amazon, Productivity, Publishing, Small Business, Writing, Sales, Book, Remote Work, Culture, Magic, Radio Show, Forbes, Tom, Sears Roebuck and Co, Book Publishing, Mike Chen


Freshly licensed? 10 tips for getting the most out of your career

Most people get into real estate because of the potential perks: flexibility, endless earning potential, freedom to focus on what you love. If you’re looking to tap into that personal and professional satisfaction, here are 10 tips for having a more gratifying career as a new agent.
Tags: Productivity, Video, Class, Education, Goals, Content Marketing, Goal Setting, Investing, Investment, Niche, Radio, Agent, Time Management, Content, Columns, Certifications


Four-day working week trial an "overwhelming success" in Iceland

A series of trials in which workers were moved to shorter working weeks, without reduction in pay, are reportedly an "overwhelming success". Productivity "remained the same or improved" while workers felt less stressed and spent more time with family or playing video games or whatever. — Read the rest
Tags: Productivity, Post, News, Labor, Workers, Iceland


Kickstarter is transitioning to a 4-day work week in 2022 - here's how it's shown to improve output and work-life balance

The Kickstarter office in Brooklyn. Madeline Stone / Business Insider Crowdfunding platform Kickstarter said it will be moving to a four-day workweek in 2022. CEO Aziz Hasan told Axios the pandemic inspired the transition for its 90 employees. Companies that have already tested it, like Microsoft Japan, saw a huge productivity spike. See more stories on Insider's business page. Kickstarter is launching one of its most interesting projects yet: a four-day workweek for its employees. The...
Tags: Work, Productivity, London, Boston, US, San Francisco, Trends, Strategy, Work Life Balance, Unilever, Spain, Balance, Brooklyn, Philippines, New Zealand, Kickstarter


Collaboration Platforms [Podcast #326]

Chris Wilson and Blessing Mpofu are back in the episode, talking about collaboration platforms and solutions. They talk about ones they’ve used or are using––what they’ve liked or not liked about them. Don’t think that that it’s all about the platforms or tools. Gems of wisdom on teamwork, communication and productivity abound and are there for the taking. Level up your collaboration, productivity and teamwork.  Mentioned In The Episode MiroGoogle DocsEvernoteN...
Tags: Amazon, Productivity, Podcast, Evernote, Seo, Tech, Team, Notion, Don, Cal Newport, Chris Wilson, Mpofu, Collaboration Platforms, Church Tech Teams, IndieBoundGet Digital Minimalism on Amazon, Better Digital Bible


The Use Case Podcast: Storytelling about PeopleFluent with Stephen Bruce

Storytelling about PeopleFluent with Stephen Bruce Welcome to the Use Case Podcast, episode 95. This week we have storytelling about PeopleFluent with Stephen Bruce. During this episode, Stephen and I talk about how practitioners make the business case or the use case for purchasing PeopleFluent. Stephen is an expert in recruiting and talent acquisition product development. His […]
Tags: Productivity, Technology, Featured, News, Podcasts, Tech, Recruiting, Candidates, Stephen, Branding, Blog Posts, Hr Technology, Recruiting Industry, Sourcing, Candidate Experience, Recruiting Software


The Use Case Podcast: Storytelling about myInterview with Benjy Gillman

Storytelling about myInterview with Benjy Gillman Welcome to the Use Case Podcast, episode 94. This week we have storytelling about myInterview with Benjy Gillman. During this episode, Benjy and I talk about how practitioners make the business case or the use case for purchasing myInterview. Benjy is an expert in all things video and candidate experience. His […]
Tags: Productivity, Technology, Featured, News, Podcasts, Interview, Tech, Recruiting, Automation, Candidates, Staffing, Branding, Benjy, Blog Posts, Hr Technology, Candidate Experience


How to Set Up and Follow a Chore Chart for Our Family?

There’s plenty of work to do in your home and your main task now is to figure out who in your family will do what chores, and when. The trick is in reinforcing the idea of getting routine chores done on a consistent basis.  Instead of just telling each person what they’re responsible for doing, it’s useful to  make a chore chart and put it on display. That way, everyone is clear on what he or she is supposed to be doing. There will be no questions, since the chart is there to list what tasks to ...
Tags: Productivity, Relationships, Goals, Time Management, Home Organization, Clutter, GTD, Life Management, Place Chore Charts


Anxious about going into the office? Here’s what it could mean…

With a return to in-person work in the office, a lot of us are feeling immense anxiety. Let’s try to break down the root of where that anxiety may be coming from to see what we can learn from it. From there, we can help you uncover why you’re feeling the way you are and […]
Tags: Productivity, Motivation, Featured, News, Trends, Communication, Company Culture, Remote Work, Recruiting, Employee Engagement, HR, Guest Post, Branding, Employee Retention, Blog Posts, Employee Wellbeing


5 simple tricks to make your email routine more productive and less of a burden

Email isn't supposed to be a time-sucking, attention-stealing, always-on stress inducer. Here's how to take back control and make your inbox a productivity tool
Tags: Productivity, Email, Trends, Software, Computing, Power Of Collaboration


Tim Cook, Jamie Dimon, and other CEOs say employees should return to the office because it boosts creativity. Experts say that's a 'fairy tale.'

A 2019 study found open floor plan offices had 70% fewer face-to-face interactions. Monkey Business Images/Shutterstock Business leaders like Jamie Dimon say office work is essential for "spontaneous idea generation." But research doesn't support many of the claims of improved creativity and productivity. The office can be a barrier to some, and 707,000 white collar workers quit their jobs in May. See more stories on Insider's business page. America's CEOs really want their wor...
Tags: Productivity, Careers, America, Trends, Remote Work, Mit, Harvard, Ford, New York Times, Times, Offices, Zillow, Jamie Dimon, Marc Andreessen, Bernstein, Jpmorgan


Pushing past the Strategic Sweet Spot: Incorporating Your Customer’s Perspective

Mastering the Process Total quality management (TQM) was in vogue during my undergraduate years and early career in industrial engineering. The U.S. was catching up to the Japanese in manufacturing production as their Toyotas outperformed our Fords. Your company couldn’t deliver a competitive product without an optimized manufacturing process. Strategy followed suit as companies invested […]
Tags: Productivity, Motivation, Featured, Leadership, News, Marketing, Trends, Communication, Company Culture, Guest Post, Branding, Blog Posts, Candidate Experience, TQM


Memory.ai, the startup behind time-tracking app Timely, raises $14M to build more AI-based productivity apps

Time is your most valuable asset — as the saying goes — and today a startup called Memory.ai, which is building AI-based productivity tools to help you with your own time management, is announcing some funding to double down on its ambitions: it wants not only to help manage your time, but to, essentially, provide ways to use it better in the future. The startup, based out of Oslo, Norway, initially made its name with an app called Timely, a tool for people to track time spent doing different ta...
Tags: Apple, Google, Productivity, TC, Apps, Europe, Enterprise, Microsoft, Funding, San Francisco, Tech, Artificial Intelligence, Time Management, Jira, Oslo, Concentric


9 Productivity Hacks for Busy Small Business Owners

Great small business owners are not only good at what they do, they excel at using their time in the best possible way. From being ruthless about distractions to eliminating busywork, here are our top productivity tips and life hacks for getting things done. 1. Focus on deep work, not shallow distractions. As a business owner, you’re probably inundated by constant distractions and demands on your time—an email here, paperwork there, phone calls to return, meetings to run, and fires to put o...
Tags: Productivity, Sales, Cal Newport, Guidance and Insights


Americans Left Out with Lack of Leave

“Two or three months’ vacation after the hard and nervous strain to which one is subjected…are necessary in order to enable one to continue his work…with energy and effectiveness.”   -President William Taft, 1910. Apparently, Americans weren’t keen on the idea of a nice, long vacation and no law was passed. Other industrialized countries took […]
Tags: Productivity, Featured, News, Trends, Company Culture, Data, HR, Guest Post, Staffing, Branding, Employee Retention, Blog Posts, William Taft, Employee Wellbeing


Nine Ways to Stay on Top of Industry News as a Busy Entrepreneur

What’s one quick tip or tool you use to stay on top of industry news, and why is it so effective? These answers are provided by Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC),… Read more » The post Nine Ways to Stay on Top of Industry News as a Busy Entrepreneur appeared first on Noobpreneur.com.
Tags: Productivity, Business, Industry News, YEC, Nine Ways to Stay on Top of Industry News


Why non-negotiable downtime is the most beneficial habit for your professional growth

Keeping your body in shape can help you keep your business in shape. Frank van Delft/Getty Images If you want to grow your business, creating space and stillness in your life must be non-negotiable. Developing healthy habits will help you turn downtime into a valuable asset to your career. Create a rest routine, take time to reflect, and follow a fitness schedule to keep your body going. See more stories on Insider's business page. You want to change the world, so you work long, tirele...
Tags: Wellness, Productivity, Happiness, Trends, Strategy, Stress, Mental Health, Exercise, Nordic, Self Care, Inc, Contributor, Contributor 2019, Raj Jana, Frank van Delft Getty


How Can Job Rejections Strengthen Your Job Search?

Job search is a beast. It is a phase in our lives that is harder than most of us want to admit. It takes immense emotional strength, resilience, persistence, and even creativity to succeed in the endeavor of pursuing a new job, especially one that you end up enjoying. Luckily, through my years of career coaching, […]
Tags: Productivity, Motivation, Featured, News, Employment, Recruiting, Job Market, Guest Post, Tips, Candidates, Hiring, Branding, Blog Posts, Candidate Experience, Talent Acquisition, Candidate Screening


The Use Case Podcast – Storytelling about QReserve with Brandon Aubie & Graeme Brown

Storytelling about QReserve with Brandon Aubie & Graeme Brown Welcome to the Use Case Podcast, episode 92. This week we have storytelling about QReserve with Brandon Aubie & Graeme Brown. During this episode, Brandon, Graeme, and I talk about how practitioners make the business case or the use case for purchasing QReserve. Brandon and Graeme are experts […]
Tags: Productivity, Technology, Featured, News, Podcasts, Communication, Tech, Automation, Collaboration, Branding, Brandon, Graeme, Blog Posts, Hr Technology, Graeme Brown, The Use Case Podcast


How to Achieve Consumer-Creator Balance

Do you often find yourself completely overwhelmed with the amount of information that’s coming at you every day? This article is for you. Apologies/thanks to Hint Water for the image. We’re going to go through a step-by-step process that will turn your consumption habits from a firehose to an irrigation system. Because all of those email newsletter subscriptions, YouTube channels, blogs, and yes, even TikToks, should be adding value to your life. It’s OK if the value is pure ...
Tags: Productivity, Grant, Personal Development, Branding, Post Cleanup Once, Rosemary O Neill


I tested out the writing routines of 5 famous authors to see which would make me the most productive

Mel Burke. Mel Burke Mel Burke is a culture writer who recently quit her full-time job to become a novelist. To find a routine that works for her, she tried the schedules of famous writers like Maya Angelou. She liked Schwab's 25-minute word sprints and Murakami's afternoon exercise, but none were perfect. See more stories on Insider's business page. I recently "millennial YOLO'd" my stable content-management job to become a full-time novelist, and I wanted to have unshakea...
Tags: Productivity, Writing, Neil Gaiman, Careers, Trends, Strategy, New York Times, Haruki Murakami, Authors, Routines, Sandman, Writers, Nordic, George Plimpton, Angelou, Schwab


Hiring Remote Staff For Your Church – ProChurch [REVIEW]

I’ve been working for at least 15 years as a graphic designer, brand developer, and website designer for churches, ministries, and businesses. I’ve designed for churches both as an on-staff designer and as a freelancer. Churches sometimes struggle to stay relevant with graphic communication because of the constant struggle against a clock of never-ending deadlines with understaffed and underpaid design teams. The end result is often rushed mediocre design. Once in a while they might land on som...
Tags: Productivity, Seo, Web, Project Management, Church Culture, ProChurch