Yes, I know, breaking away from binge watching Netflix and YouTube is hard. But, that's why it will set you apart! Doing more than other people requires difficult changes.
DumbLittleMan.com is full of great tips and hacks, plus I love the navigation: Happiness, Success, Money, How To, Lifehacks, Relationships, and Health.
Try it out! I doubt you're regret a single second you spend on this site.
The content is stellar and very likely to be worth your time. Articles like "15 Smart Hacks for Maximizing Productivity" include some of my favorite techniques:
- Write down three important tasks every morning
- Learn to say "no"
- Use the important/urgent task matrix
So why this site? Because it focuses almost entirely on habits. Most productivity sites might have a few articles on habits but that's not enough. Habits are the backbone of a productive life.
There are so many bits of gold in this website, here are just a few:
- Set wild goals, but create realistic habits.
- Curb overspending.
- But the super successful have another habit up their sleeve. And this one's a game changer, a productivity doubler: They learned the habit of saying no...without saying 'no'.
If you spend the time to explore this site, you won't regret it.
While the primary service you'll find here is career advice and career coaches, the articles they write may be exactly what you're looking for.
This site will help push you to step up your game. My favorite might be "Why Waking Up at 5 AM Every Day Just Makes Sense". Here are the highlights from that one:
They also have articles on cool ideas like the "1-3-5 Rule" (hint: You only allow yourself one big to-do everyday). Part of why TheMuse.com makes the list, despite not being a productivity site, is because their content is just phenomenal. Here are a few excerpts from an article titled "How Successful People Do More in 24 Hours Than the Rest of Us Do in a Week":
If you're looking for real, no fluff, hard, cold truths about productivity, theMuse.com is a must-read site.
Thanks for reading!