7 results for author: Pete Leibman


3 Reasons to Exercise Before Work

If you had told me right after college to exercise before work, I would have told you, “No thanks!” At that time, I never would have predicted that I’d eventually become an advocate of morning exercise. However, I changed my schedule back in 2013, ...
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Why You Should Not Respond to Emails Immediately

At the start of my career after college, I kept my work email open all day, so that I could respond immediately whenever anyone sent me an email about anything. That’s what conscientious people do, right? Well, my perspective shifted one day after I ...
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Multitasking: The Worst (And Most Common) Work Habit

Imagine two women named Fran and Debra who each decide one afternoon to go for a three-mile trail run in the woods. They each plan to run by themselves. They are equally fast runners who are each capable of completing this distance in 30 minutes. Fran ...
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Why Working Shorter Hours Can Make You More Productive

Many bosses and companies send a message to their employees– either directly or indirectly– that longer hours will help you get ahead. It seems logical that working longer would help you get more done. Is this assumption really accurate though? What if ...
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How to Exercise Before Work, Even if You’re Not a Morning Person

Back in 2013, I decided to adopt the habit of exercising every day before work. You can click here for a separate article that I wrote on why morning exercise is on one of the strongest habits that you can form. In this article, you’ll learn four secrets on ...
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2 Secrets for Amazing Sleep During Business Travel

Have you ever found it difficult to get quality sleep during business travel? Regardless of how well you sleep at home or when you are on vacation, business travel is a totally different ball game. Not only are you in an unfamiliar sleeping environment and ...
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4 Nutritional Supplements That You Should (Probably) Take Every Day

Many people take supplements to try to improve their health, body composition, and performance. In fact, over $36 billion worth of vitamins and related products were purchased in the US alone in 2017. It can be really overwhelming to walk through GNC or to ...
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