Uncanny Ways To Up Your Productivity

Uncanny Ways To Up Your Productivity
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We all have experienced that need for a second wind at work. When afternoon comes and lunch is digesting, or when the clock just seems to take forever to get to that blessed point that says “it’s time to go home,” that’s exactly the time when we desperately need that boost. Before you reach for that tall can of Monster or Red Bull, though, try these surprising hacks to boost your productivity.  

Look at something cute. Yes, something cute! It’s a cult phenomenon boosted by articles from viral websites, and even LiveScience. LiveScience backs it up with excerpts from a study made on 48 students, too. But, scientific or not, we’re sure you really want to. Look at those cute cat (and platypus) photos and videos, too. Not convinced? Here are the articles to boost this discovery. It may help convince your boss or your IT department to keep them cat pictures unblocked, too:

And while you’re still on BuzzFeed’s cute cat pictures, we’ll throw in this Platypus video that may elicit that “SQUEE!” just raring to come out: FirstToKnow: Rescued Baby Platypus Thinks It’s a Dog!

Bring a plant to work. Or better yet, take a walk on a nearby park, preferably one with a great garden. Various studies have shown that vegetation within the office, as well as exposure to views that depict nature scenes result in higher productivity. Maybe it’s high time to start talking to your boss about access to a window with a view of trees.

More on the studies here: Work Design Magazine: The Benefits Of Plants In The Workplace

Take a 15 to 20-minute nap. No more, no less, and only between 1 to 3 in the afternoon. According to LifeHacker, the longer your afternoon nap, the deeper you will be into your sleep. This will make you wake up groggy and grouchy, and would defeat the purpose of what you set out to do: feel energized. So grab your smartphone, set the alarm, and take that 20-minute snooze between 1PM and 3PM.

 

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Making Yourself Identity Theft-Proof

Making Yourself Identity Theft-Proof
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In the wake of hacking scandals and user data being spilled out for the underworld of hackers, scammers and money launderers to play with, are you still sure that your passwords are secure?

Let’s check the statistics:

  • Citizen of the United States of America lost $1.6 Billion to fraud in 2013.
  • In spite of this, 20% of Americans still use one password for their bank accounts, which are also used across their other online accounts.
  • The Federal Trade Commission had received 2 Million consumer complaints in 2013, 14% of which are related to identity theft.
  • 16% of the sample size of a study conducted on identity theft have been victims of identity theft.
  • The source of their identity information had been through experiencing theft of purses, wallets, and even mail theft. These victims reported the theft of their social security numbers, most likely through the aforementioned methods of victimization.
  • More than half of this 16% who were victims of identity theft report that this security breach had not only compromised, but devastated their bank accounts, credit cards, as well as debit card accounts.

From these statistics, we see that Americans are very vulnerable to identity theft and bank fraud. Most of the people who have been victims of identity theft have trouble tracking down their ID thieves, and most suffer devastating losses before they even know that their accounts were compromised.

Making Yourself Identity Theft-Proof

Michael Greene, chairman and CEO of ID Watchdog, has these observations about this phenomenon:

“In this digital age, all of our digital information is at risk. Hackers steal account credentials in the thousands to millions at a time, and with those credentials they steal your identity.”

In order to avoid becoming a victim, he recommends these security habits:

  • Users should change their passwords regularly.
  • Be sure to use different passwords on your different accounts.
  • Protect your passwords and use strong combinations with alternate characters and numbers, but don’t write them down.

Michael Greene likens password protection to “Locking your door when you leave the house for the day.”

Alternatively, you may want to use a service like ID Watchdog, so that you can prevent fraud before it gets too deep. Early warning services like ID Watchdog serve to warn the account holder when his identity is compromised. Services like these catch the fire before it starts, so to speak, and prevents the damage before it happens.

Most people who take advantage of identity theft monitoring services are at a better advantage than those who use no such services. Beyond the statistics, it would be good to be reminded that identity theft impacts so much more than one’s financial accounts:

  • Identity theft can be committed on health insurance. When this happens, the victim’s healthcare is at stake, and not just financially. ID theft victims report needing to deal with new entries on their health records. If they suffer diseases with special care, such as blood-related diseases, these changes on their records could prove fatal.
  • Identity thieves can commit crimes using the victim’s name. This has definitely happened to many an ID theft victim, and the crimes committed in their names have had a far-reaching, absolutely devastating impact on their personal and professional lives.

Take your identity, your bank and online accounts seriously. Take note of the practices that Michael Greene recommended, and for an extra layer of protection, it is best that you sign up with an ID theft protection service such as ID Watchdog.

 

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Then And Now: Waxing Nostalgic

Then And Now: Waxing Nostalgic
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When you were born in the 1980’s and earlier, there’s just this sense of nostalgia that gets you sometimes, when you wake up a little from the haze of familiarity and just realize that 20, 30 years ago, the things you’re doing today weren’t even a possibility.

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To kick off the nostalgia, we’ve compiled a short list for you to enjoy:

  • You can have the world’s library of music at your disposal, legally, thanks to music subscriptions. Back in the 1980’s, all we had were cassette tapes. And their ribbons even got caught in the players, sometimes.
  • You can watch a documentary, even without a cable subscription. All you need to do is to go on YouTube. A television has ceased to become a necessity for a lot of people today. Back in the 80’s, television was essential.
  • In the early 80’s, people’s fastest means of written communication was the telegram. Today, people can not only text, we can also email, instant message, even surf the Internet from our smartphones.

When you think about it, it’s just so amazing how far technology has come. Not even Isaac Asimov’s imaginations can compare to what we’re experiencing today.

 

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Three Tips On How To Avoid Burnout

Three Tips On How To Avoid Burnout
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Burnout: If you work 40 to 90 hours a week, you may have become highly acquainted with the word. While you may have gotten used to the regular feeling of “flatlining” or losing your motivation once, twice, or even thrice a year, it’s not a good way to live. To avoid these moments, you may want to incorporate these life-giving, life-affirming hacks into your regular routine.

Sleep

If you don’t get the right amount of zzz’s that your body needs to function, in due time, sleep debt will certainly take its toll on you. Worse, it could even become the primary cause of burnout for you.

When you don’t get sleep, you:

  • Will take more time to accomplish your tasks, causing you to work longer hours.
  • Might become so mentally foggy, that if your job needs precision, you may make fatal mistakes. If you work at a high-risk job, such as at a car factory, as a cross-country truck driver, or something similar, your fatal mistakes might literally become fatal.
  • Will compromise your body’s immune system so much that you could get sick in due time.

When you get enough sleep you:

  • Reap the benefit of being able to think fast, think on your toes, and accomplish your tasks in a shorter amount of time.
  • Feel alert, happy, and be healthy.
  • Give your body the avenue to repair and rejuvenate itself.

I’ve discussed the optimal range for the number of sleep hours to take every day, but a good rule of thumb is: If you wake up refreshed and ready to go, you’re catching the right amount of zzz’s.

Take quarterly vacations

Use your leaves for vacation. Don‘t go for the cash incentives. Some companies allow its employees to earn cash incentives for vacation leaves and sick leaves that were not taken advantage of. I suggest that you choose your wellness over vacation.

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Sure, we’re in the age of Marissa Mayer and Sheryl Sandberg, who advocate bouncing back ASAP from giving birth, but we’re big fans of overall wellness. Brendon Burchard, a life coach specializing in maintaining high performance for executives, advocates taking a regular vacation every 90 days. LifeHacker points out that 36% of Americans don’t take advantage of all of their vacation leaves, and there are companies that don’t offer cash incentives for leaves left intact. Take LifeHacker’s advice and just “take your freakin‘ vacation.

Enjoy your relationships

No man is an island, and maintaining healthy, nourishing relationships is an integral part of wellness. In fact, having and maintaining great relationships can lead to “thriving” or a positive state of personal growth. According to the study A new look at social support: An integrative perspective on thriving through relationships by Nancy Collins and Brooke Feeney, published in October 2014:

“Relationships serve an important function of not simply helping people return to baseline, but helping them to thrive by exceeding prior baseline levels of functioning. – Brooke Feeney, Director, Carnegie Mellon University Relationships Lab

In short, relationships help people be better. The researchers found that relationships allow people to make decisions that are life-affirming and help them be better than they were before. They also found that people who undergo duress are able to make it through their rough patches and grow, with thanks to their social support and relationships. And wouldn’t it be fun to catch up with friends to break the monotony of work?

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You don’t need to be a victim of burnout. Work these tips into your daily routine, and you’ll thrive through your years, be the best you, and possibly even be your most productive at work!

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Brosix News: Upgrades, PlovDev, Web Summit

Brosix News: Upgrades, PlovDev, Web Summit
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The Brosix team is busy making the app better for you. Here are some updates for your favorite corporate instant messenger, along with recent events.

Brosix Server Update

During the past month, Brosix has been updating the servers that power it and the Dev team has been implementing a Cloud-based architecture for it. The new Cloud aims to enable Brosix to scale in two directions:

  • Increase the number of companies served by Brosix.
  • Increase the size of a single company that can be served by Brosix.

Brosix as an app, as well as the service it provides, are in the middle of this transition process. So far the process has gone smooth, and we are happy to report that Brosix’s services are excellently managed through this transition. Our customers may experience some downtimes, but we are working hard to keep everything running smoothly. As for the integrity of the app itself, the improvements we are incorporating into Brosix ensures that the app is getting better and better, especially in usability.

Brosix Server Upgrade

Brosix in PlovDev

Plovdiv is Bulgaria’s second-largest city, after the capital Sofia. It was selected as the Bulgarian host of European Capital of Culture for 2019. Plovdiv boasts of 200 archaeological sites, 30 of which are considered of national significance for Bulgaria. Plovdiv counts among the world’s oldest inhabited cities.

Plovdiv was home to PlovDev last October 18, 2014. PlovDev is a convergence that aims to bring together computer professionals, students and business people to share their experiences, as well as their enthusiasm in building Bulgaria’s IT community. This event is already on its second year.

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Brosix founder Stefan Chekanov spoke on the topic “Team Programming.” He discussed the ways that programmers should work in a team to create better software. Teamwork for the win!

Brosix at Web Summit

Web Summit has been called “the best technology conference on the planet. Attended by Fortune 500 companies to the some of the most dynamic and exciting startups around the world, Web Summit makes sure that the speakers they feature are world class. The best part about the summit is the fact that the participants can enjoy what Web Summit’s team says as, “Our networking is ‘simply legendary.’”

Web Summit

Web Summit is held on November 4 to 6, 2014 in Dublin, Ireland. Brosix’s founder, Stefan Chekanov, attended the summit as the co-founder of www.GuestVista.com, a real-time feedback platform for companies in the hospitality industry, such as hotels and inns. Stefan and his team aim to network, as well as find partners and investors.

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This is an exciting time for the Brosix team. With the changes, innovations and events, Brosix is continuing to be an involved resource in the industry!

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10 Lifehacking Resources For Getting And Being Better

10 Lifehacking Resources For Getting And Being Better
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The learning never stops, especially for people who want to do more and be more. This is why you have to identify the websites, books and resources that you want to adhere to and incorporate into your personal development plan.

We’ve compiled blogs and websites that you may find very relevant to your quest for productive excellence.

Getting Things Done, High Performance, and Personal Development

David Allen. David Allen has copyrighted the keyphrase “Getting Things Done,” and he’s created a system on how to do get things done, his way. You can explore his website, his resources, and learn how to get things done, the GTD way.

Brendon Burchard. A high performance life coach who has written several books on how to keep one’s motivation for high performance going, he also writes about a lot of other personal development topics, as well as marketing.

Michael Ellsberg. Michael Ellsberg is a man who knows the quintessence of self-reinvention. He knows what it’s like to hit rock bottom and rise to the top. He writes about success. For a man who has been to the pits and back, it’s worth being all ears for what he has to say.

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Time Management

Time Management Ninja. From software tools to general time management tips, the TMN blog, founded by Craig Jarrow, works on helping you “reclaim time.”

Ian’s Messy Desk by Ian McKenzie. Ian McKenzie blogs on personal development, but lifehack blogs from all over constantly list his blog as a valuable resource on time management.

General “Lifehacks”

LifeHacker. This is possibly THE go-to blog from everything to managing stains on your couch, and down to how to manage a phone that got wet, this must be the go-to site for what to do when challenges, big and small, hit you.

LifeHack.org. This is a more diverse productivity and personal development blog. Aside from practical life management tips, you may find articles about how to handle difficult people, and navigating social situations, even understanding the quirky specimens of human oddities around you.

Biohacking

“Biohacking” is all the rage nowadays. People want to be stronger, smarter, and perform better. So they want to know what to modify in order to achieve that. People are working on better ways to get sleep: Biphasic sleep, polyphasic sleep, you name it, people are willing to try it, in the name of achieving better performance. Here are some of the websites that are known for these lifestyle improvements.

Tim Ferriss’ Experiments In Lifestyle Design. Tim Ferriss was the guy who popularized “The Four-Hour Workweek”: Hacking your workweek to be able to achieve more in less time and less effort. But Tim Ferriss also writes and invites experts to share about lifestyle and health hacks that make your body achieve more.

The Bulletproof Executive. Dave Asprey’s story is a quest to find a better way to live. Burned out from starting his own software company, which reportedly left him “rich but unhappy,” he went on a quest to figure out a way to get out of a “foggy” state of mind and be in tip-top shape. His personal supplement regimen is a little controversial, but he’s found out what to take that gets the body revved up and staying in a state of high performance. Find out more on his website.

These resources are minefields of strategies on how to improve yourself. Read, retain what you like, and toss out what you don’t agree with. Bottom line: Enjoy!

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Don’t Know What To Do With Your Tablet? Turn It Into A Diary

Don’t Know What To Do With Your Tablet? Turn It Into A Diary
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When the current generation of tablets first came out, the iPad set the bar rather high: The highly responsive screen, made possible by the excellently-coded OS and the unparalleled hardware design and engineering, made for a tablet like no other. While the rest of the tablets that followed suit are also powered with a capacitive touch screen, absolutely nothing could beat the iPad in terms of keypad responsiveness. And this is where Bluetooth keyboards came in.

Even iPad users needed the Bluetooth keyboard, as a good majority really couldn’t get the hang of typing on a touch screen keyboard. Most of us really prefer having a tactile keyboard to work with.

Tablets and iPads are really more for using social media, emails, Internet browsing, managing one’s schedule and to-do’s, though some power users manage to create a workhorse out of a tablet.

For those trying to figure out how else to make better use of their tablets, we have a couple of suggestions for you:

Use it as a diary or journal. While journaling is still best with a fancy pen and beautiful notebook, if you really can’t force yourself to go oldskool, you can definitely use tech to record your best memories. Apps like Evernote are excellent for cloud-based diary-keeping. Synchronized across devices, you can start an entry on your tablet, then pick it up later on your laptop or desktop to expand the thought.

There are dedicated Diary apps on the Android as well, such as Memoires, 7Days, and UM Diary (also known as Ultra Mate or LifeMate Diary), while Mac users have been raving over Heyday, Day One and Momento.

You may also keep audio diary entries using the built-in voice recorders that tablets and smartphones come with. Sync your files with Dropbox, and you have a cloud-based audio diary.

Use it as a place to aggregate and curate content. If you’re a social media manager, an events organizer, an ad executive, or you manage your company’s social media pages, it would be great to constantly curate and collect content to post and repost. The problem with doing this on a laptop or a desktop computer is that the multitasking and the multiple tabs available on the desktop browser may get you stuck on a time-sucking linkhopping loop. So it would be a great idea to do this task on a single-panel machine, such as a tablet. This way, you’re focused on one thing, and one thing only: Curating content.

When you’re ready to reconstitute your curated content, it may be a great idea to rehash them using apps like these Graphic Design Tools we compiled a while back.

Still running out of things to do with your tablet? Maybe this list will give you enough of ideas to keep you busy for a while!

 

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How To Physically Maintain Your Gadgets

How To Physically Maintain Your Gadgets
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Keeping your gadgets clean and in mint condition takes a bit of work, but it doesn’t have to be hard. You know what we mean: Maintaining and keeping your gadgets in mint condition can be a very simple affair.

So, we’re giving you very quick tips on how to keep your machines in tip-top shape.

Keeping Your Smartphone And Tablet Well-Maintained

Protect the LCD screen with a screen protector. Whether it’s the film type that you stick onto the LCD’s glass, or a liquid that you wipe onto the surface, keeping your device scratch-free is the first step to maintaining its life.

Protect the device itself with a protective jelly or folio case. The jelly case will protect the device from the impact of bumping around in your bag, while a folio-type case will protect the device both from the impact, as well as keep its LCD from being scratched through daily use.How To Physically Maintain Your Gadgets

Keeping Your Laptop In Tip-Top Shape

Wipe and brush your laptop weekly. Wipe the laptop’s lid, bottom area, and its LCD. Brush the keyboard with a laptop brush, or even a repurposed old toothbrush. Nothing is more unattractive than a dirty, dusty laptop.

As a practice, never use flash drives and memory cards other than those you use with your camera, phone and other devices. If you must swap files with friends and family, use cloud services such as Dropbox or Google Drive. This way, file exchange goes through rigorous virus checks.

Here’s to keeping your gadgets clean and “healthy”!

 

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Best Practices To Keep Your Windows PC Malware-Free

Best Practices To Keep Your Windows PC Malware-Free
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If you’re running a Windows computer, it is unavoidable that you’d get a malware infection once in a while. Windows has always been a vulnerable OS, and if you’re not careful, even the latest versions of Windows could get infected. So here are a few suggestions that could help you keep your system malware-free.

Install Two Antivirus Software Programs

Yes. Not one, but TWO whole antivirus software. However, don’t install them both at the same time. Install one and then use the other to regularly check your system, then uninstall again after a complete system scan. The reason is that computer viruses can disable your favorite antivirus program when they attack. Then, you’ll have to install a different one in order to clean out the ones that are already on your system. So bookmark all the good antivirus websites that you find.

Rotate Your Antivirus Software

 The antivirus software that you should keep should have a background scanning function: It should be able to detect virus activity as it happens. Then, the ones you should keep as the tool that you use for a regular checkup, but uninstall to keep it from being disabled by the malware, should be one that is known for its resistance to the different kinds of malware out there.

Legacy Malware

Here’s a few recommendations:

Antivirus Software With Background Scanning Functions:

  • Avast! It would be great if you could get Avast’s premium subscription, as it is more comprehensive, but even the free version of Avast! antivirus is good enough.
  • Avira AntiVir. Before Avast! came on the antivirus scene, there was Avira. By experience, it was easy to see Avira break down in the face of malware outbreak, however, so you may want to rotate this with Avast! on a monthly basis.

For lists of antivirus software recommended by industry experts, here are helpful articles:

Antivirus Software That You REALLY Have To Use With A Malware Outbreak:

  • Clamwin.This is an offering by the Open Source community, and that’s one more reason to trust Clamwin. Because the Open Source community is driven by excellence in coding and in making sure that software is coded malware-free, and people can use their systems to compile their software without needing to deal with constant glitches, you can be assured that Clamwin is coded and offered with the highest ethics possible. By experience, Clamwin has cleaned out malware that has been left undetected and resistant to other antivirus software.
  • MalwareBytes. Though this is a commercial offering, even the freeware has been proven to be effective against malware that has disabled everything else. It would be great if you could buy the Premium version, but if you rotate your antivirus regularly, the freeware should suffice.

Keep And Apply Safe Browsing And PC Use Habits

Here’s a list of things you should and should not do, to keep your PC safe:

Do’s:

  • Scan your PC once a month, at least.
  • Keep your Firewall turned on.
  • Block pop-ups.
  • Buy your own software and media. A no-piracy policy is the healthiest practice you can apply for yourself.

Don’ts:

  • As much as possible, never use removable media used by other people. Only use those in your “ecosystem,” meaning, only those with your own gadgets. If you really have to share and exchange files with friends and family, run the files through a Cloud-based data service like Dropbox or Google Drive, instead.
  • Click indiscriminately. Sometimes, people will even send you Twitter direct messages, even SMS messages with links to websites they’re promoting. Resist the urge to click.
  • Install an antivirus or “PC maintenance” software recommended by pop-ups or torrent sites. This is most likely a Trojan virus carrier.
  • Torrent. Not only is torrenting illegal, it can also introduce malware into your system.

With these in mind, you’ll surely keep your PC in tip-top shape!

 

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Productivity Hacks: How “Task Zones” And Sleep Can Make You Work Better

Productivity Hacks: How “Task Zones” And Sleep Can Make You Work Better
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You have to admit, in this crazy world we have today, it’s easier to lose track of time and forget your priorities because we’ve all gone multitasking-crazy. So here’s another round of productivity suggestions so you could tame your workday and make sure that you go home happy and satisfied for a job well done.

zone your day to be more productive

Make “Zones” For Your Tasks. There are some tasks that should be lower on your priority hierarchy, but you tend to put them higher up, because it just *feels* more productive that way. Recognize that, and break up your day accordingly. Here’s a suggestion on how to “zone” your day:

  • Put email on the first and the last 15 and 30 minutes of your day. Just 15 minutes of your day when you start it, because you may get stuck in your email and never get anything done. Allot 30 minutes to respond to your emails at the end of your day so you can send reports, check follow-ups and see if you have new to-do’s. Restrict it to these times, because unless you do, your day may have run off with your email. In order to ensure that you’re on top of seriously urgent messages, check email once an hour, but restrict yourself with 5 minutes an hour, only.
  • Figure out the best time for creative work. Whether you’re a programmer or an artist, or even a marketing genius, let’s face it: Creating new work IS “creative” work. It is something you practically “give birth” to, and it deserves the best of your brain. Take time to get to know yourself, and figure out when you work best: Is it straight off the emails, or do you need around 5 hours more to “warm up” and give your best to your creative process? If so, then you block off those hours and plunge into creating your best work of the day. If you do your best work beyond office hours, then maybe it’s time to talk about your overtime hours or a telecommute option with your direct superior.


Everybody's Sleepy

Rest Well. That statement, “Sleep is for the weak,” is just NOT true. In fact, getting adequate rest, especially sleep, is crucial to optimal brain function. So catch an adequate number of sleeping hours daily. Though doctors said that 8 hours is needed around 10 to 20 years ago, recent research says that the actual number for healthy sleep is around 6.5 to 7 hours a night. On the other hand, health hackers are saying that a biphasic sleep pattern is great for productivity: A 90-minute daytime nap, and around 4.5 hours of “core sleep.” But these are paradigms that may take some getting used to. Figure out how many hours of sleep give you that “completely rested” feeling, and work on getting that much sleep in a night.

Hope you enjoyed our productivity suggestions, and till the next productivity post!

 

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