Professional success, and the entailed performance, both start with the standard issue interview. To this effect, there is a set of seemingly benign, rudimentary questions that can deviate a potentially good career trajectory, and which the interviewee needs to navigate cautiously. The smart way to overcome this obstacle, and have the best performance, is to focus on the fine details, the allegedly unimportant issues and develop a best strategy for personal presentation.
Recently, sports titan Nike put an abrupt end to what seemed to be the next big thing, personal technology wise: the much anticipated Fuelband. So, what does this mean to the fit-band market and how did Nike’s sudden change of heart rattle wearable-hardware developers?
Multitasking is part of our daily lives. From the driver who is paying attention to the traffic and answering passengers’ inquiries while listening to the music, to the employee who is answering a phone call while screening a report, we all need to perform more activities in the same time. Multitasking is a necessity, but what impact does it have on our personal performance?
Some of the reasons why lifelogging increases productivity are:
There is no secret to the fact that improving one’s ability to focus will bring around numerous benefits. Apart from the canonical healthcare benefits, such as diminishing anxiety and depression symptoms, training and improving one’s ability to focus can improve the overall quality of life, not to mention boost performance parameters.