Finance and Productivity Infographics
Feeling unproductive lately or becoming less excited to go to work these days? We’ve got some hacks for you.
Energy efficiency is not just good for the environment, it’s also good for your wallet.
I’ve been sharing other infographics for years, and always wanted to create one but never had the time. I found the time!
If you’re stressed out by money issues and working around the clock to try to get things straight, one of the first things to drop from your schedule is likely to be self-care.
Among all the sophisticated approaches and techniques you can take to extend the reach of your income these days, there is one ancient, tried-and-tested method that tends to be overlooked: haggling.
Some may be destined for greatness yet it’s not due to luck. Successful people share a number of habits. Taking advantage of the morning hours is one custom that several of the greats have in common.
Here’s a quick video about the origin of Halloween, and an awesome infographic that explains the economics behind Halloween.
The moral of this infographic is this: don’t commit insurance fraud. Even when it’s not this extreme, you will still get caught.
It’s never a good idea to try to profit from “gaming” huge corporations.
Plus, it’s illegal.
So just for fun, here are the reason why you shouldn’t commit insurance fraud…
How many productivity tips have you read in your life?
I know I lost count years ago, but I’m always interested to learn more.
A good productivity tip is easy to follow and easy to implement. It shouldn’t take 1,000 words to explain.
That’s why this infographic is so awesome. 50 quick productivity tips that you can use. Today. Here it is…
Sleep is underrated. It may not feel like that when you’re trying to climb out of bed in the morning – that’s when you really understand the value of sleep. Yet so many people wake up tired every morning and never change their routine.
That’s not you though. You’re smarter than that.
You read trendy articles about sleeping yourself to success.
We’re talking about actual sleep here. Not the other kind of “sleeping” your way to success. Get your mind out of the gutter! I’m going to explain the importance of sleep, and mostly, how to do it well.
Americans spend billions and billions of dollars on wasted energy.
For the average American, it’s either ignorance or pure laziness that accounts for much of the waste.
Of course, it does no good to complain, we can only do our part. Here’s how…
Here’s an awesome video to show you some easy common home repairs you can do yourself.
I’ve also included the infographic version if you’re not a fan of motion.
Christmas is a day away. That means that one person will be working overtime tonight.
Sure, he may only work one day a year, but he accomplished more in that one day than you or I accomplish in a decade.
This would be the perfect opportunity to go into this individual’s productivity methods, but he is very secretive about the productivity hacks and methods he uses. In a recent interview, he wouldn’t even disclose the current books he has been reading. I suppose he wants to eliminate the possibility of any competition.
Many believe he is a big supporter of David Allen’s Getting Things Done strategy, but that hasn’t been confirmed.
There are also rumors that he loved Jeff Sander’s new book, The 5 AM Miracle, but again, we’re still short on facts.
I hope to eventually get in to interview this man, but until then, all I have is an infographic about how dangerous his job is. So here you have it – the most dangerous job in the world – the job of Santa Claus.
I love apps. I don’t use 100, I just use a few that work really well.
I always try to consolidate. If I can find one app to do the work of two, I’m sold.
This infographic shows 20 of the best apps out there…
Cycling, or biking, has many benefits, some of which you may not initially realize. For starters, it offers great exercise, which means it can improve your health and quality of life, provided you bike consistently.
However, it’s not only your health that can benefit: most things in your life can benefit from cycling. When you think of it that way, it’s no surprise that the United States has seen a growth of 62 percent in bicycle-riding commuters since 2000.
You’re probably wondering how cycling could have such an impact on the world at large. We’re going to take a look at some ways in which your life would benefit if you took up cycling to commute to and from local places.