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How to overcome the hurdles that slow your productivity, by Samantha White for CGMA Magazine.
If you're a messy person, then embrace it, writes Lindsay Dodgson for Business Insider UK.
The how-to guide for those who work at home, by Stuart Shuffman for geek.com.
The first step to productivity: declutter, writes Dan Michel for Men's Health.
Your indoor environment has a big impact on your productivity, explains Joseph G. Allen for The Harvard Business Review.
Even the smallest amounts of time can make a big difference in your workday, writes Kat Boogaard for Inc.
You don’t need to get up at 4am. Just find a few minutes and you’ll see big changes, advises Coach.
This easy routine could change everything, writes Marla Tabaka for Inc.
Starts with understanding the world you have created for yourself, says Matthew Bell. Michael Sheppeck reports for the Star Tribune.
How to avoid distractions and reach peak at-home productivity, by Marguerite Ward for CNBC.
Weight gain and obesity aside, coffee does have real benefits, explains Thomas Smale for Entrepreneur.
Help for focusing on the task at hand, by Daniel Scalco for business.com.
Music can become a tool for near-instant concentration, writes Kayla Minguez for Quartz.
Charity: Water CEO Scott Harrison explains what makes him productive, by Nina Zipkin for Entrepreneur.