Articles about Levelling Up
This is what inventors can teach us about success
Unfortunately, the path to positive change is not always obvious. Whether you’re trying to build a successful business or reach a breakthrough in your creative work, the route to success can be elusive.
The single most proven thing you can do right now to get smarter and happier
Being in good shape increases your ability to learn.
10 habits of super likeable leaders
Here are some strategies to improve your leadership skills.
10 things confident people won’t do
They don’t need constant praise.
12 habits of genuine people
Sincere leaders are far more effective at motivating people.
8 ways body language beats IQ
It’s a powerful tool in negotiation.
The essential quality you need to reach a new elevation
The quality that will move us closer to our goals and dreams is all about self-restraint, not sweating the small stuff or giving in to petty grievances.
10 ways smart people work less and get more done
They take time to reflect.
12 lessons you learn or regret forever
Being busy does not equal being productive.
Harnessing systems to get more done (How to find your most productive hours)
A productivity system provides you the ability to manage and execute those commitments, communications, and information at a specific time.
The most important mental shift you need to increase your productivity
Productivity in its simplest form should be defined as "Creativity meets Routine meets Consistency." Without any of these key components, there is none.
7 things that make great bosses unforgettable
They're like great chess masters.
The best method to ask your boss for a promotion
Yes, it can be intimidating, but knowing how to ask for a promotion can increase your chances of success. It's a life skill most of us will need.
The Wilt Chamberlain effect: Why we make bad decisions, even when we know better
Chamberlain’s puzzling decision, begs the question: Why do we make bad decisions, or dumb choices, even when a good choice is right in front of our face?
Set habits, not goals
I learned the importance of habits instead of goals. I got serious about what I wanted to see happen and worked that into my daily life.
30 days to a smarter and better brain: How to rapidly improve how you think
In 30 days or less, you can adopt some of these habits to boost your brain power, improve your mental clarity and build a better brain.
How to make a career change in six months or less
Use these steps to learn how to gather the skills, resources, and connections to make a meaningful career change within months.
Three questions every ambitious person should ask themselves
"We don’t always understand the complexity, the difficulties, the responsibilities. I ask a series of three questions, instead of giving advice."
This 10-minute routine will increase your confidence and self-esteem
Living in alignment and intention is how you create inner confidence and peace. You can quickly learn to develop confidence and a deep sense of self-esteem.
The physics of stress-free productivity: Newton’s first law on getting things done the easy way
Specifically, Newton’s first law of motion contains useful ideas and analogies that can be applied to increase productivity in everyday life.
4 reasons fulfillment will make you a strong person
Mental toughness can create a strong person who lives their life with purpose and meaning. They are an active participant in where their life is going.
This morning routine will make you a millionaire
If you fail to plan, then you plan to fail. Here are ingredients to a morning routine that allows you to live every day in a peak and heightened state.
Your career hot streak can happen at anytime, study finds
When we watch colleagues get on a hot streak and produce hit after hit, we may watch from the sidelines wondering exactly how they did it.
There’s a reason your narcissistic coworkers might be getting promotions instead of you
Narcissistic people often believe that they can accomplish anything. Here's how to implement the good parts of narcissism.
New study shows why Sheryl Sandberg’s ‘Lean In’ is not enough
An unintended side effect of the "lean in" message is it helped people believe women are responsible for causing and fixing the problems they face at work.