So much of our time and energy is wasted doing things that produce little to no real or valuable output. Imagine what you could accomplish or where you could be if you were able to cut your overall lack of productivity in half?
One of the top ways to make the most of your time is to utilize the 80/20 rule.
Finally! Research has proven that women need more sleep than men because they are smarter. It’s a scientific fact.
Ok… not exactly.
What research has been able to prove is that women have more complex brain activity than men.
According to Dr. Apostolos Georgopoulos, the director of the Brain Science Centre at the Minneapolis Veterans Affairs (VA) Medical Center:
“Women’s brains are definitely different from men’s brains… What we have found is that women, in many different tasks, process information about five times faster than men, and use much less of their brain to do identical cognitive performance.”
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