Takeaway: You can plan your daily schedule so that different habits support each other, maximizing the benefits you receive from all of them.
Joel Gascoigne, the founder of Buffer, is famous for st..
Takeaway: The smallest habits like looking people in the eye during conversations can be your most effective productivity tools.
Chris Messina, UX Designer at Google and the inventor of the Twitter..
Takeaway: Meditation can increase your productivity by improving creativity, ability to focus, and your health.
Loïc Le Meur, the founder of the LeWeb tech conference, steered away from meditation ..
Takeaway: Interruptions can boost your creativity if you schedule them at the right times.
Erin McKean, the founder of the online dictionary Wordnik, interrupts her schedule with small, easy task..
How often does this happen to you: you start the week with a list of very feasible goals but by Friday, the project launch has been pushed to next week, the blog post remains in draft mode, and sale..
We could all benefit from making our lives a little simpler: less meetings, fewer projects, and shorter to-do lists. If simplicity is on the top of your mind, check out Leo Babauta’s Sea Change gro..
If you’re a new mom or know someone who is, take a look at the Rookie Moms group on Lift.!– more —
Heather and Whitney started the Rookie Moms blog and the Lift group because they found that da..
The release adds “swipe to check in.” From your Habits dashboard, swipe any of the habits to the right in order to check in quickly. You’ll still have to go to the habit screen if you want to ..
This release includes an experiment in small encouragements on your main habits screen. The release also includes:
We were thrilled when online marketing expert Pat Flynn who runs the extremely successful blog SmartPassiveIncome.com started a Lift community for his fans. But we were surprised when we saw the h..