How to Condition Your Mind for Higher Productivity


With the last week of January before us, it may feel as if the month has swooped on by. If you didn’t kick off the year as strongly as you had hoped, we encourage taking the time to prepare yourself to succeed by conditioning your mind for productivity.

In an "oldie but goodie" article by, the go-to site for designers, developers and techies, professionals are encouraged to reframe how they think about stress. Besides developing a more calm and focused attitude towards work, the article also discusses the following ideas: knowing what type of multitasking we should engage in, the importance of staying organized, how changing our environment can increase our productivity, and how exercises on guilt (that’s right, we said guilt) can fuel our work.

If you are looking to learn more about these productivity tips, read the article here:

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