Tag: Productivity

5 Productivity-Boosting Google Sheets Add-Ons

As an effective MS Excel counterpart, Google Sheets has securely taken its place as the go-to table tool for spreadsheet creation, editing and sharing. Its strong points – collaboration features and third party add-ons, make it even more enticing for both causal and power users. Those add-ons resolve a wide variety of problems: from providing

How is Technology Helping Tutors Improve their Efficiency and Deliverability

A wide range of technologies are bringing newer and better options for providing differentiated instruction. Not only does technology provide support to teachers to bring flexibility and choice to students, it also enables learning for individual students with a range of differences in their learning abilities. Students with difficulty in hearing, speaking, moving, reading, writing,

5 must have free Gmail add-ons

You most likely use Gmail for your personal mails. Most of us also use Gmail for business. I am a big productivity freak. Not that I use all my hours working but whatever time I spend working, I want it to be efficient. Time you enjoy wasting, was not wasted – John Lennon Here are

Want to Be Happy? Be Grateful.

No matter who you are or where you are, everyone in the world wants the same thing: to be happy. But there’s no magic pill or foolproof recipe for happiness. Most of us want the easy way to bliss, the feel-good shortcut. Or perhaps the secret to happiness is more stuff. More money. More, more,

16 Productivity Tools Useful for Every Entrepreneur

Productivity is the name of the game for entrepreneurs. The good news is that there are thousands of amazing software applications out there, designed to make your life easier. The bad news is that you don’t have time to try thousands of software applications. Which ones are worth your time? In this post, we’ll take

6 Rules to Accomplish More Each Day

Have you ever noticed some people are able to stay organized while getting a massive quantity of work accomplished, while others appear to be busy but never actually produce results? Time management is the key to becoming a successful entrepreneur. We can have all of the best ideas in the world, but if we do

How to Have the Best One-on-One Meetings

Meetings can be a major time-suck and a massive waste of resources. But done right, regular one-on-one meetings between an employee and manager can make the difference between dysfunction and success. On the Popforms blog, Kate Stull shares ten solid tips for having amazing one-on-one meetings, including: Let the employee create the agenda and run

10 Important Tips for Successful Close Reading

Close reading is definitely a “survival skill” particularly in a world drowned in information. Close reading is all about reading differently, it is reading for deep understanding through paying attention to what others would normally oversight. Being a close reader entails focus and dedication to your reading material. It empowers readers to delve deeper into