A well-kept, decluttered desk can boost productivity and focus. This blog post will look at how you can declutter your office desk and make sure it stays that way.
Popularised by Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi and Jeanne Nakamura, the flow state is said to occur while pursuing something that you enjoy and in which you are pretty skilled.
Created by blogger Jay Shirley in 2014, this method comes with a simple goal – make days more productive and enjoyable.
Our latest iOS app release has some interesting updates including more features for events, notes and general bug fixes.
Noise is what you need to ignore, and the signal is what you need to hear. In this post, we will look at how to differentiate them and ways to avoid falling into the noise trap.
Digital minimalism refers to the practice of having a more intentional and nuanced relationship with our digital devices & tools. Just think of the whole process as you intentionally shaping your daily digital usage based on your values.
No matter what aspect of productivity you struggle with, a system can help you manage it better. However, we often try productivity systems because they work for someone else without really understanding if they will work for us and in this post, we will see how we can create a system or process, if you will, to choose or even develop your own productivity system.
BJ Fogg argues that to form good behaviours you need start doing the smallest possible action and then anchoring those actions to another behaviour you already do. In this post, we explore some of the most important ideas explored in the book Tiny Habits.
In this tutorial, we will explore how-to create a knowledge base template on Notion and deploy it on Super.so.
Routine 0.6 version for macOS comes with interesting improvements around Google Contacts integration, recurrences and invitations etc.