To make it as easy as possible to find what you’re looking for in our posts, we’ve broken them down here based on category. They are listed in chronological order with the latest posts coming last on the list.
On the sidebar, you’ll see a section of longer posts under the Start Here heading. The goal of this set of posts is to give you a little more of an in-depth treatment of several of the most common problems I have ran into with the people I’ve worked with.
- Take Control of Your Conscious Mind With Simple Mindfulness
- Learn How to Meditate Simply Without the Weird Stuff
- How to Be More Productive at Home
- How to Be More Productive at Work
- A Simple, Free System of Productivity Tools
- Cultivating and Maintaining Motivation
- Creating a Structure for Having a Productive Day
- Productivity for Self-Employed Individuals
- How to Permanently Deal With Procrastination
The Start Here series can be seen as an introduction into the most common and most important issues that people seem to run into. It also gives you some serious ideas on how to go about fixing those issues because the whole purpose here is to help you to learn to be happier and get more done.
The purpose of the Fundamentals series is to give you some basic ideas that surround productivity so that you have a foundation of understanding to work with. From there, you can start looking at more advanced ideas to build on that foundation and solidify it.
- Stop All Multitasking Now
- The Concept of Stress and Recovery
- How Social Media is Stealing From You
- Multitasking Destroys Your Ability to Learn
- Cultivating Empty Space
- Faith and Dealing With Social Pressure
- Strategic Heaven and Tactical Hell
- A Simple Meditative Exercise: Resetting Your Focus
Working through the Fundamentals series is a good idea if you’re looking for productivity tips that are presented in a different way than what you’ll probably find anywhere else. Most of these have simple scientific backing that is broken down in each individual post as well.
For the Mental Structures series, we get into slightly more depth on the different patterns of thinking that you have on a structural level. We’re usually looking at common problems that can come from faulty structures along these lines and what you can do to fix them.
- Active Thinking vs. Reactive Thinking
- Compassion for Yourself and Productivity
- Mood and Subconscious Input-Output
- The Three Stages of Visualization
- Forge a Mental Identity
- The Four Levels to Human Behavior
For a whole lot of people, there’s usually just one structural issue that’s holding them back from being as productive as they want to be. Once you use this series to identify which structure is broken, you can put all of your effort into repairing that one thing, and you’ll know that effort is going where it needs to be.