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How to Create Powerful Productivity Rituals
Hey post-grads, pre-grads, and everyone in between.
Thanks as always for some great submissions. We’ve added a link to our ‘Write for Us’ guide at the top of our page now to help you keep updated with our submission guidelines.
We’ve also been continuing to build our external site, which you can visit here, and filling that with even more must-read content.
This Weeks Post-Grad Picks
Fab Giovanetti signed up to be our Productivity Guinea Pig, to experiment with productivity trends and fads. This week, she shares something a little different, that asks a big question; is it best to create routines, or rituals?
“While routines can be actions that need to be done — such as making your bed or taking a shower — rituals are viewed as more meaningful practices with a real sense of purpose.”
We’re delighted to launch a new series, Working in a Pandemic, and share one of our first pieces, written by Ruth Matthews, on what it’s like to start your first career job, in a pandemic. (We’ll be sharing more next week, stay tuned!)
At the Post-Grad, we love a piece that tells a personal story and shares some killer insights. This piece by Elizabeth Dawber, is a perfect example.
Fernando Doglio tried to live as a freelancer. This is why he failed at it.
According to Charlotte Brown, there is no such thing as good debt. People like to say small business loans, student loans and house loans are ‘good.’ People are wrong. Instead, you should aim to start your business, without taking on a bucketload of debt. Here’s how.
Read here — How to Start a Business Venture Debt-Free
A lot of people look down on service jobs. But, as Rachele Alvarado writes, being a waitress for 7 years prepared her for my career.
Read here — Your Service Job Is Not a Waste of Time
That’s all folks, stay safe.
Stephen Moore, Co-Editor of PGSG