How do you work best? A checklist to create the optimal study space and routine

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Do you want to study less and play more?
Then it’s time to refine the conditions you work in and the tools you use.
Just like the fairytale character Goldilocks discovered a bowl of porridge that was just right, there are optimal study conditions that are just right and work best for you.
Simply by making some […]

Boost your brainpower with a dose of nature

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old growth forest
Picture this. A clear blue sky. Fresh clean air. Old ancient trees. Beautiful birdsong.
Nice, eh?
Now imagine this.
Noise from traffic. Pollution. Dirty plastic waste. A sea of concrete.
Let me ask you this – which scenery do you prefer?
Judging from the huge digital image of a blue sky and mountains in the polluted Tiananmen square in China, it […]

The Micromovement Method: A fun way for busy people to get things done

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I recently came across a great technique to help busy people get things done. In the book “Juicy Pens Thirsty Paper” bestselling author Sark presents the idea of working in “micro movements”.
Whilst her book is aimed at people who want to write a book, you can use this technique to help you complete any project in a fun and creative […]