In January, everything seems possible: We can be healthier this year, read more, and get that promotion. This month, we helped you get those goals started–and added a few new ones to the mix.
Here are the stories you loved in Leadership this month.
The year may have started with a burst of motivation, but a month in, resolve is likely starting to wane. But don’t get discouraged, these small daily adjustments can change your year as more than a sweeping promise to “be more productive.”
Criticism stings in the short-term. What you do after receiving negative feedback could change your future. Learn to take tough love in stride with these tips.
So you’re not a bodybuilder yet, and that whole waking up at 5 a.m. to meditate thing has been a bust. Starting with these small shifts, including taking a lunchtime walk and keeping a water bottle on your desk, can help reach your bigger goals.
Whether you’re trying out a long-term lifestyle change or need to keep up with work during a snow day, working from home isn’t as simple as staking out a spot on the couch.
Let’s all agree to put a stop to the endless email chains, high priority flag abuse, and one-liner replies. How many of these email sins are your guilty of?
Most of us would like to be better at our jobs–we spend most of our lives at them, after all. From better to-do lists to crafting a better bedtime routine, these are simple ways to make a better impression at work and feel better in the process.
Are people smiling in the hallways and shutting down gossip at your company? If not, your culture needs some help. But don’t get discouraged–the power to change it begins by recognizing what needs work.
A reading list for inspiration, ambition and encouragement from thought leaders and productivity masters. Mark your calendars now for these new releases.
Taking a long look at our deepest desires sounded scary–and other people even expected us to panic in the process. But locking yourself in a room with a pen and a notepad could be the best thing you do for your dreams.
An all-inclusive guide to the year’s best advice on productivity (and when not to be productive), from prioritizing what’s most important to avoiding distractions and more.