Routine's Desktop 0.9 version is now available publicly. We have not only focused on stability and performance but have also introduced new features that will make your life a lot easier to manage.
After a failed attempt or relapse, the most important thing is to look back at your path and see what you could have done differently or better.
While many of us can tell when someone is burned out, effective leadership notices subtle signs to ensure that burnout is avoided or, at worst, managed with as little damage as possible. Let us look at some common causes of burnout and identify the signs of a burned-out team.
It is almost impossible to simultaneously engage in two cognitively demanding tasks. So what you do when you say you are multi-tasking is switching between two tasks constantly, which has a cost.
Most of us struggle with making a schedule and are often pigeon-holed into thinking that it is a much more complex process than it is.
Meetings are an effective way to create a synergy of ideas and opinions to arrive at a feasible outcome. However, sometimes you can end up having too many meetings that hurt your company/team's productivity.
The practice of virtual meetings has been around for a while now. But their current frequency makes improving them a priority for both who organize and attend them.
A tiny number of startups approach meetings effectively, which is unsurprising, given that even large organizations with handrails struggle with getting the most out of their meetings.
While it is natural for you to feel less productive and more pumped to log off on a Friday, some tips and hacks can be used to make Friday a productive day.
Effective executives know that not "everything" is essential; you can choose which tasks get your time and attention and which ones need a different approach.