How Strategy Games Can Improve Your Productivity

Think carefully and deeply. Your next move could be the last. The enemies are watching everything you’re doing and are ready to respond at any time.

Emotional tension and a high chance of failure are the main drivers of highly efficient decisions in strategy games. That’s why these games are widely thought to be one of the best ways to train acute decision-making skills that could be applied in daily life and workplace.

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Productivity Hacks: 6 New Routines in 6 Days

The one thought that has kept me at ease these past few months is that I have progressively been grooming myself to make conscious life choices and in general, at that. I am a more thoughtful shopper today, more conscious about my meals, and quite mindful of my impact on the people and the environment around me. But this time around I am looking at ‘scaling’ things up in the year that’s to come – improving what I have tweaked. And that’s all in the good spirit of living a fulfilled and productive life, fairly and honestly speaking.

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4 Reasons Why ‘Good Enough’ Is a Good Enough Productivity Tip

I have been a start-up girl for the longest time. I have worked with a whole bunch of dynamic people, those who are always sprinting, always busy and always ‘on’. The lights never go down in most of these offices and there is always a little too much that’s left to be done.

The good thing about a setup like this is that it breeds an active work culture, one with thriving momentum and proactivity. On the hind sight, when the environment gets this busy and things are piling their way to the north, it becomes, if nothing else, challenging to deliver perfect work. Continue reading