12 Relationship Deal Breakers That You Shouldn’t Tolerate

Do you have relationship deal breakers? A deal breaker is a factor to consider when deciding whether to follow through with something or not. It’s that little something that makes you say “I’m done!” even when you really love someone or you’ve been together forever. It may sound harsh — after all, no relationship is […]

Prioritization of Task: 7 Methods to Become a Pro

Prioritization of tasks has been one of the biggest challenges for business owners, corporate executives, and employees. However, with a lot of tasks on your to-do list, you only need to master some time-tested techniques to become a pro at prioritizing tasks. Figuring out your priorities can eliminate stress, enhance your focus, and improve your […]

7 Comprehensive Methods on How To Meet Deadlines

Deadlines are significant when it comes to achieving your goals, both big and small. However, you won’t achieve success by establishing unrealistic deadlines for every task on your to-do list. You have to be strategic with setting deadlines that can empower you to become successful. What do I mean by being strategic? It means every […]

How Not to Let Cognitive Bias Control Us When Dealing with COVID-19

Why have so many people made so many bad decisions around COVID-19? On the one hand, many ignored the information about the pandemic at first, dismissing its importance. Plenty believed — and some continue to believe — COVID-19 is no worse than the flu and shouldn’t be a concern. Others thought the US medical system […]

25 Best Apps for Apple Watch for Ultimate Productivity in Life

If you own an Apple watch, you have in your hand an incredible device that does more than just making calls and sending texts. With the right collection of apps, you can use your wearable device to enhance your productivity in life and get value for your money. Below are the best apple watch apps […]

What to Do If You Grew up in a Dysfunctional Family

No family is perfect! It’s far from it. All families experience some level of dysfunction. Most, however, manage pretty well despite it. There are gradients of dysfunction. The family’s psychological and physical health sometimes determines where it registers on the dysfunctional seismograph. Families like the Bradys on The Brady Bunch (1969 – 1974), a TV […]