1. The ability to train your attention onto a single task and address it with the whole of your brainpower.
When life gets tough, James Altucher asks himself "What would a Jedi do?"
By James Altucher
Counter-intuitively, sometimes doing nothing is your best recourse.
Not all tasks were created equal. Add “contexts” to your action items to make sure you get them done when you need to.
By Mike Vardy
Getting immersed in your work is all about finding the balance between “way too easy” and “breaking a sweat.”
By Sam Spurlin
"Being productive" is not an end in itself. Don't get caught up chasing "lifehacks" without taking into account the big picture.
Four questions to make sure we're focused in a resource-constrained world.
By William Allen
Paradoxically, by introducing more structure to your day-to-day, you'll have more freedom to pursue projects you love.
By Elizabeth Grace Saunders
Environments like coffee shops can help boost our thinking ability (as long as they're not too loud). Here are 6 tools to help you amp up your productivity when you can't get out of the office.
By David Burkus
Are you ready to stop doing busywork and start doing your best work? On sale today, the new book from 99U shows you how to get information overload under control and focus on the creative work that really matters.
By Jocelyn K. Glei