Bulletproof Coffee isn’t new. Chances are you’ve heard about it since Dave Asprey first introduced this concoction back in 2009 on his blog. Now that it has become a staple for most of Silicon Valley and has broken into the mass market (the first Bulletproof Coffee Shop recently opening up in Santa Monica, with more locations in the works) we thought we would revisit the subject of buttered-up coffee and give you the top 5 benefits of Bulletproof Coffee.
If you’ve read our previous post on becoming “Super-Productive“, you’ll know there’s little things we can do everyday to increase our chances of having a successful tomorrow. Now, we’re breaking it down even further and are examining 8 habits successful people perform just before going to bed. Why? Because it can’t hurt to know Barak Obama, Bill Gates and Stephen King’s nightly life-hacks.
Everyone is fighting the same uphill battle when it comes to productivity. Even those super-productive people that seem to get everything done everyday have to put up a fight. The difference is, these people have a few tricks up their sleeves that help them be more productive, and you can have them too. Even if you’re easily distracted, a habitual “non-finisher” of projects or just feel too run down during the day, these strategies will help get your productivity up there with the best of them, and they’re easier to implement than you think! So, without further adieu, here are the 9 things you can do to become “Super-Productive” at work.
Well, it happened. Ashley Madison, the worlds biggest dating site catering to married people looking to have an affair, has been hacked. We can only imagine the mass hysteria that is hitting Ashley Madison’s estimated 37 Million users. You’d be freaking out too if your identity, sexual fantasies and recent love affairs were going to soon become public knowledge! So, just how did this happen? Well, with the recent AdultFriendFinder.com hack, it wasn’t a long shot to say Ashley Madison might be next. Here’s a few tips on how to keep your information safe online and avoid getting hacked, so no one finds out what you’re up to.
You’ve been there, we’ve all been there. Whether it’s a hastily written email back to your boss regarding a certain place he should go, or a drunken break-up email to your significant other that was, “really, just an exercise in creative writing”, emailers remorse is a devastating and often too common quandary in today’s digital society. Luckily, Google has come to the rescue with it’s new Undo feature (which has actually been around for 6 years!) that will offer you a 5, 10, 20 or 30 second send delay on that email you really, no really shouldn’t have sent, or that questionable photo collage that accidentally went to your entire email list. So which type of email fail do you commit most? Let’s take look through the top 7 types and the top 7 reasons the Google Undo Send feature will be an overwhelming success.