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Updates to our Zapier Integration!

Updates to our Zapier Integration!

The RescueTime app on Zapier helps you connect your time to hundreds of applications, letting you make updates in other apps based on your time and logging important actions that happen outside of RescueTime. We recently added some new features that we’re really psyched about: offline time logging, actions and weekly report exporting. If you’re […]

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Faster, Not Smarter: Does Caffeine Really Make You More Productive?

Faster, Not Smarter: Does Caffeine Really Make You More Productive?

Editor’s note: This is a guest post by Alex Senemar, the CEO of Sherbit.io. Read more about exploring data and turning numbers into meaningful insights on the Sherbit Blog. With over four hundred billion cups of coffee consumed each year, caffeine is by far the world’s most widely-consumed psychoactive drug. For many of us, a hot […]

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Connect RescueTime to hundreds of apps with our updated IFTTT channel!

Connect RescueTime to hundreds of apps with our updated IFTTT channel!

We just made some exciting new updates to the RescueTime IFTTT channel. You can now use weekly summary reports in your Recipes and log offline time from other apps (like your Google Calendar). IFTTT is a service that connects hundreds of applications via simple connections that let one application respond to actions in another. You […]

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Get the most out of RescueTime with integrations

Get the most out of RescueTime with integrations

RescueTime now offers a wide array of integrations with partner services. These allow users to greatly expand the scope and functionality of what can be done with RescueTime data and feature actions. Many of these features are based on user requests over the years, some are new ideas that we have had ourselves that we […]

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Remember to allow space for high-impact work

Remember to allow space for high-impact work

I was just checking out this week’s episode of Create & Orchestrate, a video series of entrepreneurial insights by Nashville-area startup vet and investor Marcus Whitney. The episode focused on the idea of effort capacity, which is essentially the amount of time and energy you are able to put forth on a given thing at a given […]

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New Year’s Resolution Idea – Don’t Give Up On Creativity

New Year’s Resolution Idea – Don’t Give Up On Creativity

Ask a dozen people what makes someone creative and you’ll probably hear answers like cleverness or mental acuity. But researchers Brian J. Lucas and Loran F. Nordgren of Northwestern University have been digging into what really makes creative people tick. What they’re finding is that the most creative people – the folks with the truly […]

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ProWritingAid – Efficiently clean up your long-form writing

ProWritingAid – Efficiently clean up your long-form writing

Editor’s Note: This post focuses on ProWritingAid, a tool for writers, but raises an interesting question that is more broadly applicable. So many creative projects get left at the ‘90% done’ stage because the final steps to complete it are so tedious. What ways can we use technology to smooth out that toilsome home stretch? […]

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Good luck to everyone still plugging away at NaNoWriMo!

Good luck to everyone still plugging away at NaNoWriMo!

“Alone. Yes, that’s the key word, the most awful word in the English tongue. Murder doesn’t hold a candle to it and hell is only a poor synonym.” – Stephen King Writing, at its core, is a solitary endeavor. On top of all the challenges threatening to crush the success out of creative works, it […]

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Can the right app make you read 400+ words per minute?

Can the right app make you read 400+ words per minute?

Before reading any further, take a look at the clock. Jot down the time. I know, it’s a weird way to start a blog post, but it will make sense in a bit, I promise. How much time do you spend reading news articles or blog posts? If you’re like most people, you spend at […]

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Are you ready for National Novel Writing Month?

Are you ready for National Novel Writing Month?

National Novel Writing Month is just days away, and RescueTime is proud to sponsor this amazing event. For the uninitiated, NaNoWriMo is a worldwide program supporting aspiring writers on their quests to become novelists. How? By equipping them to write a 50,000-word novel in 30 days. Whether you’re a first-timer or a grizzled, word-slinging veteran, […]

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Now That You Quit, Here Is how To Make Money From Home

What A $2.5 Million Ring Looks Like

What A $2

No, this ring is not worth $2.5 million (it cost about $16K). So why am I calling it a $2.5 million ring? Because that is what it represent. The $2.5 million ring is one of four rings given to seven-figure earners of MOBE. Any affiliates who earn over $1 million in MOBE commissions gets one. They get another at $2.5 […]

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Location Freedom – The Ultimate Dot Com Lifestyle

Location Freedom – The Ultimate Dot Com Lifestyle

The three main benefits to living the Dot Com Lifestyle is time freedom, money freedom, and location freedom. However, the number one benefit has to be freedom of location. Watch this episode of Driving with John Chow to find out why. Click Here To Download John Chow’s New eBook, The Ultimate Online Profit Model!

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Why Use Zoom H1 Instead of GoPro Audio

Why Use Zoom H1 Instead of GoPro Audio

On this episode of Driving with John Chow, I explain why I plug my GiantSquid Audio Lav Mic into my Zoom H1 digital voice recorder instead of directly into the GoPro Hero 4. Get my current driving video setup. GoPro Hero 4 Black Edition Fat Gecko Suction Mount Zoom H1 Digital Recorder GiantSquid Audio Lav Mic Click Here To Download […]

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21 Ways Successful Entrepreneurs Think Differently

21 Ways Successful Entrepreneurs Think Differently

Successful entrepreneurs think differently! They approach problems, fear and failure differently to the ‘normal’ person. Successful entrepreneurs know that the impossible is not a fact, it is an opinion! Above all, the successful entrepreneur has an optimism and a zest for life that transforms everything they do. 21 Ways Successful Entrepreneurs Think Differently about Life, ...

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Popping Under the Clickadu Premium Ad Network

Popping Under the Clickadu Premium Ad Network

Advertising on the Internet is likely almost as old as the Internet itself. Over the years, ads have taken on a variety of different forms, from flashing banners exclaiming that you’ve won an iPod to more subtle affiliate links buried into extensive product reviews. At the end of the day, the fundamental objective has remained unchanged. Site owners want to […]

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What to Do When Facebook Doesn’t Display Your Post Image

What to Do When Facebook Doesn’t Display Your Post Image

Even though a lot has changed in terms of getting organic reach without having to pay for it, we can all agree that Facebook is still a very valuable marketing channel and it’s still a great way to connect with your blog’s audience. Of course, not everything works exactly as it should all the time and Facebook is certainly not […]

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Can You Give Me Money?

Can You Give Me Money?

I get emails asking me for money all the time. For whatever reason, they feel that because I make a lot of money, I should give some to them. These money requests ranged from a few hundred dollars to over $800,000. Some just ask money outright without stating any reason for needing it. Others will write 1000+ words bleeding heart […]

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How Much Time Does It Take To Make Money Online?

How Much Time Does It Take To Make Money Online?

How much time does it take to make money online, and how many hours per day should you work on your online business? These questions are answered in this episode of Driving with John Chow. Click Here To Download John Chow’s New eBook, The Ultimate Online Profit Model!

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Rules to Follow When Accepting Guest Posts

Rules to Follow When Accepting Guest Posts

I’m a true believer that guest posting can be very effective in generating traffic and fresh new ideas for your blog. When I first started my blog, I remember everyone telling me to search for guest blogging opportunities because they can increase brand awareness and traffic growth. Now that I’ve been blogging for several years, I’ve started to accept guest […]

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10 Proven Techniques to Overcome Writer’s Block as a Blogger (Part 2)

10 Proven Techniques to Overcome Writer’s Block as a Blogger (Part 2)

In the first part of this list, we talked about how you can combat writer’s block as a blogger by physically taking yourself to a different location and indulging in a delicious cup of coffee. Now, it’s time to polish off this collection of 10 proven techniques to keep your blog updated on a regular and consistent schedule. Read a […]

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