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Win Your Battle of Activity vs Action

Don't "Just Do It" ... "Get 'er DONE"!  That's the Difference Between Activity vs Action. You’re busting your butt and working hard, yet too many long days end with a nagging feeling that you haven’t gotten much done -- at least not much that you (and your boss) deem really important. Despite
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How You May Be Wasting 3.5 Hours a Day

The Classic Time-Wasters at Work A really easy way to get more stuff done every day would be to identify a few things you’re wasting time on every day – not just the classic time-wasters, but importantly, the things you don’t realize are eating up your precious time. Now, you can Google
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This Is Your Brain on Computers! Part 2

The Myth of Electronic Gadgets and Productivity: Maybe They Should Call Them “Stupid Phones” Last blog post I mentioned that I’d recently shared the stage with Dr. Ned Hallowell, Laurie Dupar and others at the Screen Time Sanity Telesummit, where experts shared wisdom on the insanity created by our gadgets. I
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This Is Your Brain on Computers! Part 1

It’s Not Just ADHD Kids with Media-Abuse Issues: How to Take Back Control from Your Gadgets Last month I shared the (virtual) stage with Dr. Ned Hallowell, Laurie Dupar and others at a very cool event, the Screen Time Sanity Telesummit. In it, top experts from around the world shared wisdom
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