Lifehacker has an interesting new article explaining why some people are more productive when working from coffee shops. And it’s not the coffee.
Meanwhile, The San Francisco Chronicle has an series of time management tips geared toward financial advisors, who often don’t have the option of working from a Starbucks. The tips can easily apply to any profession.
Online magazine City A.M. also has a series of time-saving tips, directly from some of the busiest finance and business leaders in London.
For those who are still in the hunt for a good job, The Republic features a few tips for getting through job-seeker procrastination.
Amy Spencer of RealSimple.com offers her tips for tuning out distractions and defeating procrastination in this piece posted on CNN.
Jennifer Nelson for MSNBC’s TODAY Health also tackles procrastination, as not just a time management issue but a comprehensive lifestyle concern.
Team management is increasingly important as more work becomes collaborative, and The Washington Post offers a round of advice for making meetings more productive.
Helen Coster at Forbes is also sharing her tips for improving workplace focus and productivity.
A new post at lifestyle site Divine Caroline also includes a batch of all-purpose time management tips and tweaks.
And The New York Times has an interesting article on sleep, specifically how not getting enough sleep can affect our overall productivity day to day.