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10 06, 2014

Ways To Be More Positive At Work (Infographic)

By |2017-08-14T21:22:16+00:00June 10th, 2014|Business, Infographics|Comments Off on Ways To Be More Positive At Work (Infographic)

The folks at Daily Infographic came through again.  This months infographic it titled "18 Ways To Be More Positive At Work."  Check it out below or at Daily Infographic. Positivity changes everything. Having a good environment and a healthy outlook can really make any situation into a productive one. Practicing behaviors that will influence beneficial results will be necessary in order for you to have a more successful and constructive work day. In this infographic we are able to identify 18 actions and behaviors that will allow you live your work day in a more comfortable and rewarding way. [...]

11 01, 2013

Distractions Suck Worse Than You Thought

By |2017-11-21T23:15:46+00:00January 11th, 2013|Business|Comments Off on Distractions Suck Worse Than You Thought

Distractions, distractions, distractions.  Coinscidentally (and ironically) this blog post may have distracted you.  I was distracted today when I saw an article on Lifehacker titled, "Research Shows How Much a Three Second Distraction Can Derail Your Work."  According to the research by Michigan State University, being distracted for as little as 2.8 seconds can cause you make more errors in your work.  In fact, it can cause you to make twice as many errors in your work.  Here's what happened: Study participants were asked to perform a series of tasks in order, such as identifying with a keystroke whether a [...]

5 11, 2012

Printable Keyboard Shortcut Cheat Sheets (Courtesy of Lifehacker)

By |2017-08-12T05:25:42+00:00November 5th, 2012|Business|Comments Off on Printable Keyboard Shortcut Cheat Sheets (Courtesy of Lifehacker)

Just found this post of the ever-great Lifehacker.com.  Whether you’re starting to post on your own blog or just want a little help making your day-to-day computing tasks quicker, here’s a cheat sheet you can use to get started with keyboard shortcuts.  There’s one for Mac OS X and one for Windows (or Windows 8) so take your pick.  This is from Lifehacker: […]