Productivity Playbook

Get even more done in your day. Here's how.

The Secret to Living Your Values Every Day1:01

Marshall Goldsmith, bestselling author and executive coach, explains his daily system for aligning his behavior with his values.


Why the Cloud Is the Business Owner's Secret to Peace of Mind

Jim Secord, CEO of Kashoo, says that technology can lower stress levels for business owners when it comes to accounting and back office work.

What to Do If You've Missed Filing Taxes

Jim Secord, CEO of Kashoo, says it's not uncommon for new business owners to get behind on taxes. What's important is taking care of it now, no matter how disorganized your files are.

3 Tips for Filing Your Taxes Efficiently

Jim Secord, CEO of Kashoo, says there are ways to avoid the pain and stress of tax season by being on top of your expenses.

How to Stay Positive in the Face of Doubt

Doug Menuez, author of Fearless Genius, describes how embracing fear is part of being a bold entrepreneur.

What Entrepreneurs Can Learn From Improvisation

Tom Yorton, CEO of Second City Works, describes what business leaders can do to create more innovative ideas.

How to Unlock Hidden Productivity

Scooter Braun, founder of SB Projects, says that getting comfortable with delegating is essential for growth.

How to Be Confident Under Pressure

Jeff Haden, Inc. contributing editor, offers a strategy for ensuring you don't succumb to stress during critical events.

2 Content Marketing Mistakes That Even the Smartest Companies Make

Jeff Haden, Inc. contributing editor, explains that you have to make content that reflects who you are without trying to sell your product.

Why Great Leaders Take Health Seriously

Jeff Haden, Inc. contributing editor, explains why maintaining your physical health is just as important as your professional health.

Cheezburger's Ben Huh: Humor Doesn't Always Translate

Ben Huh, CEO of The Cheezburger Network, explains why you need to understand a culture to understand the local sense of humor.

How to Revive Motivation When You Start to Burn Out

Jeff Haden, Inc. contributing editor, talks about ways you can inspire yourself when the grind starts to wear you down.

How to Successfully Create a Cohesive Company Culture

Alicia Navarro, founder of affiliate marketing company Skimlinks, explains how she establishes a warm and supportive company culture.

What Working Out Teaches You About Life

Delphi Group founder Thomas Koulopoulos explains that when you build discipline, you're on your way to seeing results.

1 Essential Question You Need to Ask When the Going Gets Tough

Jeff Haden, Inc. contributing editor, talks about how to stay passionate about your business when it hits a roadblock.

Cheezburger's Ben Huh: The Secret to Conquering Any Fear

Ben Huh, CEO of The Cheezburger Network, explains why fear is all in your head and how you can defeat whatever is holding you back.

The Best Thing You Can Buy Is Time

Thomas Koulopoulos, founder of the Delphi Group, explains that you'll get to a point in life where you'll have enough money, but you won't be able to get more time.

3 Secrets to Extreme Productivity

Jeff Haden, contributing editor at Inc., explains how to fight against distractions and get the job done.

How to Lead Highly Effective Brainstorming Meetings

Jeff Haden, contributing editor at Inc., details strategies to encourage more productive ideas during brainstorm meetings.

Steve Jobs' Photographer: 'He Knew He Was Burning Everybody Out'

Doug Menuez, author of Fearless Genius, spent 3 years photographing Steve Jobs. His takeaway: it's impossible to achieve Jobs' level of success without sacrificing work-life balance.

Marcus Lemonis: Underperforming Employees Are Your Fault

Marcus Lemonis, CEO of Camping World, says it's your personal responsibility to train the right people for your company.

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