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16 Set/09

Apply the "Art of the Small" to Get Tasks Done [Productivity]

Apply the "Art of the Small" to Get Tasks Done [Productivity]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); You’ve got a myriad ways to procrastinate, but unsurprisingly none of them will help you meet that looming deadline. Next time the distraction urge hits, weblog Zen Habits suggests thinking small instead of not thinking at all. Photo by shermeee. According to Zen’s Leo Babauta, thinking small is less intimidating and therefore creates less friction in your workflow. The more friction you face, the lower the...

9 Set/09

"Up To" and Other Common Car Dealer Phrases to Watch For [Negotiation]

"Up To" and Other Common Car Dealer Phrases to Watch For [Negotiation]

(adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({}); Car dealerships have cultivated countless ways to take you for a ride (pun intended). Foremost among them: the use of industry-specific jargon. Consumer-focused automotive web site Edmunds takes a look at common linguistic lies. Photo by clayirving. A journalist from Edmunds went undercover as a salesman to learn the tactics dealers use to jack up a car’s price. One quick lesson: be on the lookout for the phrase...

23 Lug/09

Listen to "Complex" Music to Get a Song Out of Your Head [Mind Hacks]

Listen to "Complex" Music to Get a Song Out of Your Head [Mind Hacks]

Been singing the same refrain for what seems like hours on end and can’t seem to get the annoyingly catchy ditty out of your head? Here’s how to rid your mind of the song. Photo by Ferrari + caballos +fuerza=cerebro Humano. Real Simple Magazine consulted James Kellaris, a University of Cincinnati professor who studies why catchy tunes stick in our heads. James says that to stop the looping, “listen either to complex music, like Mozart, or unfamiliar music that lacks a...


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