The Four Conditions To Increase Your Motivation
I’ve heard expressions like “I need more motivation” and “I just don’t have enough motivation to do this” many times. And I’m sure you have heard them too. Of course, it would be nice to wake up, get a cup of motivation, and go on with your day. Unfortunately, this is not how it works. Motivation is not something we can get. Let me explain what I mean.
How To Understand and Empower An Introvert
Across all industries, prospects that are open, engaging, and sociable tend to be preferred by hiring committees. High demand for these traits are mostly bad news for introverts. Being stereotyped, introverts are often labeled as shy, indecisive, and remote. In this post, we would like to clear away some of the misconceptions about the main characteristics and behavioral patterns of introverts. In addition, we include several approaches for helping an introvert have a happier social life.
Top 7 Productivity Podcasts To Get The Most Out Of Your Commute
For all commuters out there, we put together a list of productivity podcasts that you can listen to while driving. Commute can take up a lot of time in our schedule. The average travel time to work in the United States is 26 minutes, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. If you commute 26 minutes in both directions 5 times a week, that adds up to a total of nine full days in a year spent traveling to work and back. As the economy continues to grow, daily commute time is likely to increase.
25 Uplifting Songs to Make Your Morning Commute Better
Morning commute is a source of stress for millions of Americans. An average person travels 26 minutes to work, according to the U.S. Census Bureau. Commute time is even longer in large metropolitan areas. We have put together an uplifting playlist that will make your morning commute better. Start your day right with these 25 songs!
Book Review of Drive by Daniel Pink: What Really Motivates People?
This best-seller challenges the idea that getting external rewards like money and good grades motivates people to perform better. It will definitely make you think. While external rewards and punishments can work well for routine, algorithmic tasks, they can be damaging for heuristic tasks that require solving novel problems.