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10 things you should stop doing to be more happy

The road to a happier life as a leader and a more positive perspective on your workday depends more on what you DON’T do than what you do.

How to remain professional in difficult situations

In this article we will look at how to learn to work with people you do not like. And on how to preserve the professional tone and productivity in spite of the obstacles that the other person's behavior can create.

Recharge your energy

Nine fun activities or exercises to give you more energy for when you have a seminar, course or long meeting. They can also be applied in groups that needs to get to know each other better.

Feedback Matrix - Learn how to use feedback constructively

We all receive criticism, praise and somewhat constructive critique. But do you apply it or do you do as most people: Relish in the praise and ignore the critique?

Turn your company into an anthill and become more efficient

It can be difficult for leaders to find the right balance between time spend on meetings and time spend on completing tasks. But researchers from Wayne State University believes that the behavior of ants gives us an important lesson on how to do it best.

How to fight the Peter-principle

In 1969 Dr. Laurence J. Peter concluded in his book “The Peter Principle: Why things Always Go Wrong” that employees in a hierarchy-build organization are promoted until they reach a level where they are no longer capable of doing their job properly. And there they will stay.

How flow will help your work / life Balance

Work and private life must be in balance before you can achieve success. Here are some ideas on how to achieve balance. The advice is based on industrial psychologist Tomas Chamorro-Premuzic thoughts about work / life balance.

Chart for Prioritizing

Simple template for planning the workday. Provides overview and makes it easier to handle interruptions and unpredictable things.

The Zeigarnik effect – you remember things better when you're interrupted

Are you also still thinking about that thing, you didn't finish yesterday? And are you wondering, why you've been following the same stupid TV-show for the past four years? There's a reason for why you do these seemingly random things. It is called the Zeigarnik effect.

Time log

Do you find i hard to have enough time? Is keeping appointments and your own plans a problem? And don't you know what's wrong? Try registering how you use your time for a short period of time.
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