Productivity

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How do you get more done? Why do you work the way you do? How can you get more done with less? What is the real purpose of goal setting? We explore these and other questions with the insights of our community of productivity experts.

Jonah Berger | The Art of Persuasion


In today’s episode, we cover what it means to change someone’s mind with Jonah Berger. Jonah is a marketing professor at the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and internationally bestselling author of Contagious, Invisible Influence, and The Catalyst: How to Change Anyone’s Mind. Introduction The art of persuading others goes back as far as humans have had ideas … Read More


in Art of Business, Art of Personal Development, Confidence, Deal Making & Negotiations, Podcast, Productivity, Self Mastery

Stuck? Here Are Nine Things You Can Do Right Now


Stuck? Here Are Nine Things You Can Do Right Now

So you’re stuck. You’ve been riding a nice wave for a minute, only to suddenly find yourself out of momentum, adrift in your work, idling in neutral. Your passion is a nice idea. Your drive is a distant memory. Whatever it takes to move forward, you’ve lost it somewhere along the way. Then come the thoughts. The worry. The anxiety. … Read More


in Productivity

10 Things I Learned from James Altucher about Minimalism, Failure, and Not Giving Advice


10 Things I Learned from James Altucher about Minimalism, Failure, and Not Giving Advice

James Altucher is an extraordinary man with extraordinary perspectives on everything from smart business to living a satisfying life — and how they intertwine. Here are 10 things he taught us on episode 540 of The Art of Charm. James Altucher’s appearance on episode 540 of The Art of Charm was so chock full of wisdom that I felt compelled … Read More


in Art of Business, Art of Personal Development, Entrepreneurship, Productivity, Self Mastery

The Secret to Starting Meetings off in Your Favor


Try this easy email trick to ensure your first meeting with someone goes smoothly and wastes no time with introductions that should have already been made.

Let’s say you have an in-person meeting coming up with someone you don’t know too well yet. It might be a planning session, a sales call, an informational interview, a negotiation, or just a friendly lunch. Whatever the context, you want the other person to understand who you are and why you’re meeting — and ultimately take you seriously from … Read More


in Art of Business, Productivity

What To Do When Your Job Sucks


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Do you find yourself uttering the words, “My job sucks?” If you’re like most Americans, you probably sympathize. A recent Forbes article reported that over half of Americans don’t like where they work. If you’re not crazy about your job, you’re probably not feeling too great about life, either. That’s only normal: You spend half or more of your waking … Read More


in Empowerment, Finding Your Purpose, Productivity, Self Mastery