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In 1750, Philip Stanhope, 4th Earl of Chesterfield (1694–1773), sent this list of advice to his son on "becoming a man of the world and a gentleman." It encompasses several principles for navigating social interactions and personal conduct. It advo...

When you have a lot of work to do, a short attention span can be disastrous to your productivity. So instead of fighting it, you can use it to your advantage by working in “sprints” rather than trying for a marathon session. Like the Pomodoro tec...

Skill Success is an online platform with over 4,000 video courses, and  a lifetime membership is on sale for $119.99 right now (reg. $540). The membership has thousands of lessons, with new courses added regularly and access from any device, includi...

You dread going to work and feel stressed, stagnant, or unhappy when you’re there. You can feel in your bones it’s time to leave this job, but the thought of actually taking that leap is a daunting one. As I’ve written about before, sometimes s...

Efficient time management takes, well, time to perfect. There are a variety of hacks out there to help you schedule, focus, and complete your work, but it’s still hard to actually do all of that without the right guidance and mindset. If you’re s...

You already know that scheduling your tasks—whether you’re timeboxing, task batching, or theming entire days—is a major priority when it comes to being productive and getting stuff done. But when you have a bunch of tasks and don’t even know...

Let’s take it back to that introductory psychology course you took in college for a moment: Remember Maslow’s hierarchy of needs? It’s that pyramid-shaped chart with physiological needs at the bottom and self-actualization at the top. It’s gr...