What if you could read through information 70% faster without losing any vital information? Pareto's principle suggests it's possible. This article explains how to go about achieving it.Read more
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How can we balance our time effectively for deep work and improved efficiency? For each of us, this will depend on how we work best and the type of tasks that need completing. Whether you need a fixed routine, or plenty of flexibility for creative problem solving, we have some simple but effective time management techniques to share.
Doing nothing is a way of pressing pause on our productivity to reconnect with ourselves and the world around us. If you’re feeling burnt out or discontent, this might be exactly what you need to regain some energy and perspective. But how does that work? What does doing nothing look like? In this article, we’ll cover what doing nothing is, and why we should do it before sharing some practical tips for getting started.
How to cancel your genei subscription in three simple, but very sad, steps.
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A description of Genei's pricing model.
Can you confidently take ownership of your achievements? Apparently, many of us struggle to internalise our well-earned accomplishments, fearing we’re one mistake away from being outed as a fraud. This is known as imposter syndrome, a well-studied phenomenon that occurs throughout various professions and stages in life. In this article, we’ll discuss four tips for combating imposter syndrome.
To curate an efficient and seamless writing experience, you need more than a good word processor. In this article, we’ll share some digital tools for each step of the writing process, from organising your research and ideas, to navigating writer’s block while completing those first and final drafts, right through to showcasing your finished work and building professional networks.
As students, researchers and creators, the process of taking the time to organise and plan our multiple responsibilities can leave us feeling pretty productive and accomplished. However, if you find you’re spending more time than you’d like planning versus doing meaningful work, a reset might be needed. Read on to find out how you can assess and reset your productivity systems.
Whether you’re working from home or in the workplace, distractions are hard to avoid. You might find yourself distracted by noise, family members, colleagues or your thoughts. Our minds can be the most challenging distraction, bouncing from one thought to another, luring our attention away from the task at hand. In this article, we’ll share some simple but effective tips for managing distractions and honing your focus for deep work.
Are you overwhelmingly busy? There’s so much to do but so little time and energy. Naturally, you end up in a cycle where you’re struggling to get through your to-do list and everything feels too much. However, it is possible to navigate a busy lifestyle with the right mindset and habits. In this article, we’ll look at minimising our to-do lists, slowing down and recharging through intentional leisure time.
Unlike books and articles, academic papers are best read in a non-chronological order. From beginner to expert, the approach you take to academic reading will differ slightly, improving as your expertise grows. In this article, we’ll share how to best approach academic reading, in an efficient way, ensuring you’re able to extract the most valuable information to your needs with the least amount of effort.
What if you could curate your own little space on the internet? A space dedicated to your thoughts, ideas and collections of knowledge without chronological limitations. That’s essentially what is currently known as a ‘digital garden’. These gardens are used to build knowledge overtime, and contribute to creating new work. In this guide, we’ll look at exactly what a digital garden is and how you can start planting your own.
If you’re a content creator, student or academic, you’ll know the struggle of tackling a piece of writing. How do you turn your ideas into a well crafted piece of work? This is where understanding the basic writing process can help. There’s no right or wrong way to write but having some kind of process makes things easier. In this article, we’ll explore how you can plan, draft and edit your writing.
Are you looking to improve your content creation system? Whether you’re struggling to come up with fresh content ideas or stick to a solid writing routine, our list has something for you. In this article, we’ll share some digital tools for curating interesting content ideas and improving your writing workflow.
My last article discussed how marketers must balance growth with product testing in the early days of a startup. In particular, I mentioned how discounts, free usage, and early access can be used to incentivise interviews or survey completions whilst also encouraging people to use and engage with the platform. Another useful way of combining marketing and product is through a mandatory 1-1 video onboarding process, and it is something that proved invaluable for us at Genei when we first opened our product up to the public.
Whether you’re starting your first research project or your fifth, each project is unique and can be a lot to manage. From research proposals, project planning, data collection and report writing, there’s a lot to consider. In this article, we have five tips to help you prepare effectively for your upcoming research projects.
The need to delay and avoid completing tasks is what we know as procrastination. It’s a common issue that we all encounter at some point, because it's hard to take action in the moment when the rewards seem far away. In contrast, the tasks that are luring us in provide instant gratification. In this article, we’ll look at some tips for breaking out of the procrastination cycle.
A discussion on how marketer's in startups must align their desires for growth with a focus on product development. There are a number of strategies for doing this, and they will likely take the business in some interesting directions.
Do you know where to start when learning a new topic? Usually, we’re encouraged to develop our exam technique, revision skills and academic writing ability, but the first steps to knowledge building are overlooked. However, knowing how to learn can improve our ability to study efficiently and make revision or assignment preparation easier. In this article, we’ll look at how to approach new learning material for the first time.
An analysis on the role of the marketer in the earliest stages of business development.
How to use genei for academic research, planning, writing, and organisation.
How to make the most of genei's many time saving benefits if you're someone who writes for a living.