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10 Ways to Climb Out From Underneath Your Inbox

John Hall

Productivity

Thursday, April 15th, 2021

Did you know that, on average, we spend five hours a day checking email? It’s only gotten following COVID-19. In fact, it was found in March 2020 that there was a 100% increase in email volume to employees and a 1,000% increase in weekend volume. If you ask me, that means that there hasn’t been […]

Managing Change in Your Work

John Hall

Business Tips

Tuesday, April 6th, 2021

If there’s a quote that seems to encompass the year 2021 — it’s this one from Deepak Chopra, “All great changes are preceded by chaos.” Think about that for a minute. For many of us, the beginning of 2020 was just another year. By March and April, the world as we knew it changed — […]

Still Working From Home? Here are 10 Must-Read Books

John Hall

Productivity

Friday, March 26th, 2021

Even before COVID-19, remote work was having a minute. Global Workplace Analytics estimates “that 56% of the U.S. workforce holds a job that is compatible (at least partially) with remote work.” Moreover, “25-30% of the workforce will be working-from-home multiple days a week by the end of 2021.” Regardless if we ever actually return to […]

15 Time Management Games and Activities

John Hall

Time Management

Tuesday, March 9th, 2021

At Calendar, we have defined time management as “the ability to plan, organize, and control your time.” Another big definition we use is, “save time, be more productive, and focus on the things that matter.” That’s it, not too complicated, right? Manage Your Time The reason why we’ve put such an emphasis on time management […]

10 Ways to Keep Your Environment Productive

John Hall

Productivity

Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021

With some exceptions, the roughly 287 million registered vehicle owners realize that purchasing their vehicle was only half the battle. The other? Properly maintaining it. Unless you’re driving a temporary vehicle, most car owners intend to keep their automobiles for an extended period of time. They have to change the oil regularly change the oil, […]

10 Ways to Make Your Digital Marketing More Productive

John Hall

Productivity

Monday, February 22nd, 2021

Even if you’re a digital marketing pro, this area can be complex and overwhelming. After all, it’s comprised of SEO, native marketing, PPC, online PR, and inbound marketing. Oh yeah. You can’t forget about affiliate, email, social media, and content marketing as well. But, without it, you won’t have an online presence or be able […]

Don’t Ignore Your Negative Emotions

John Hall

Productivity

Monday, February 8th, 2021

The other day I woke up in a foul mood. I can’t exactly pinpoint why. I’m guessing I’m just stressed and anxious about everything from work to returning to a “normal” world following the chaotic year that was 2020. But, don’t ignore your negative emotions. Since I woke-up on the wrong side of the bed, […]

10 Tiny Productivity Hacks that Will Make You Happier

John Hall

Productivity

Friday, January 29th, 2021

Did you know that happiness makes you more productive? In fact, research by Oxford University’s Saïd Business School has found that workers are 13% more productive when happy. And, as a result, this increases engagement and loyalty. Additionally, happy employees are healthier. And, because happiness is contagious, it can spread throughout your entire organization. Best […]

Think Before You Post: Don’t Let Social Media Bring You Down

John Hall

Business Tips

Thursday, January 21st, 2021

We all know that social media has become a part of daily lives and will continue to be controversial. Recall the many stories about how social media takes people out of the moment, and instead of enjoying a concert or sporting event — people are preoccupied with taking selfies. Most of the time, I say, […]

Work Shouldn’t Always Be Your First Priority

John Hall

Productivity

Wednesday, December 30th, 2020

If it were any other year, it probably wouldn’t have happened. But, 2020 was an exceptionally remarkable year. As such, I decided to reach out to a long-lost friend. I never wished any ill-will upon this person. I concluded several years ago that it was best to distance myself from him. On my part, I […]

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