1. The ability to train your attention onto a single task and address it with the whole of your brainpower.
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
Part two of our recap of the 2013 99U Conference.
By Behance Team
Do you struggle with saying, "No"? Four tactics for establishing—and maintaining—boundaries.
Use the natural wiring of your brain to your advantage and wrangle that illusive problem-solving insight by taking a break and being open to serendipity.
By Art Markman
Switching tasks smartly allows your unconscious to "incubate" -- working away at knotty problems in the background while you do other things.
By Christian Jarrett
How does a small upstart take on bigger, more established players? By giving a damn. From the founders on down.
By The 99U Team
<br>The simple act of thinking you have unlimited willpower makes it more likely that you will persevere.<br>