Do you love reading and learning new things? Or do you have to read many documents for work? We live in a fast-paced world: information is the centerpiece of most of our lives. In our personal lives, there are so many things we want to learn. And if you are a knowledge worker, chances are you have to read emails, rapports, and other documents on a daily basis. Multitasking hurts our productivity. And there is so much to read, but so little time, right? That isn’t necessarily true. Speed reading is something that has had a lot of attention in recent years. People are always looking for ways to get things done more efficiently. By learning to speed read you significantly process more information and get things done more quickly. However, with most speed reading techniques, you are required to adapt your natural reading style.
2 min read I’m not a fan of motivational quotes. But getting motivated is not always easy. We have so many goals that we want to achieve. Some many books to read. Some much stuff to do. But we have so little time, so we need to motivate […]
4 min read We all multitask without being aware of it. Every day, countless messages compete for our attention and time. Too often, we give in to these interruptions, which puts us in what I call ‘respond mode.’ In this state of mind, you keep responding to every […]
< 1 “Life is never made unbearable by circumstances, but only by lack of meaning and purpose.” Viktor E. Frankl When I had a job I didn’t like I was bored all the time. The only thing I did was getting ready for work, resting from a […]