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A System For Email Productivity

How to regularly get to “inbox zero”…<p>All of your emails can fit into one of the following 7 categories…<p><b>No need to reply, and not important to read.</b> …

5 Things You Should be Doing to Have an Insanely Productive Week

Opinions expressed by <i>Entrepreneur</i> contributors are their own.<p>A productive week depends largely on what you focus on every working day and how much time you allocate to activities that take up your time (i.e. busy work). Working harder does not necessarily mean you are being productive. There will …

Time Management

This Is How Evernote's Phil Libin Thinks You Should Work

At Evernote's annual conference, the founder explained why the business world needs to move away from documents, folders, and slide decks, for the sake of productivity.<p>If you're a long-time Evernote user, you probably recall when the company's tagline was "remember everything." Today, as the …

Inside News Corp's $540 Million Bet on American Classrooms

In the middle of Brooklyn’s high-end Dumbo neighborhood, 20 inner-city children sit around two wooden tables at what appears to be a small summer …

Your blood turns green: Why the right can’t derail the Girl Scouts

<b>(girlscouts.org)</b><p>Boy Scouts can’t avoid controversy, but conservatives can’t divide Girl Scouts. A cross-country trip explains why<p>Sloane Crosley<p>August 4, 2013 11:00am (UTC)<p>Taylor Swift is a Carmel deLite girl. I know this because People magazine ran a feature on “Celeb Scouts” for Girl Scouts’ 100th …

Kindness Uncovered: Commencement Speech Advises Graduates To ''Err In The Direction of Kindness''

Most of us have heeded advice on being kind to others since before we could walk; as we grew older there were many times this advice came out more as …