How to prepare for a productivity boost in 2021

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American Youth Football announced Gerrell Williams’ ban on Thursday, days after the Savannah football coach was captured in a video hitting a player. Williams will not be allowed at the 2020 National Championships and will be prohibited from entering the venue.

Earlier this week, AYF officials were provided with a cellphone video of a coach – later identified as Gerrell Williams – behaving in violation of the AYF Code of Conduct. Williams has issued an apology in a Facebook Live video.


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We spent all of this week looking to Congress for some stimulus progress, only to be greeted with more disappointment. And while they were able to avoid another government shutdown, that argument has merely been “postponed” until next week when they have to do it all again.

While the government is as dysfunctional as ever, investors want answers. So, that’s why a lot of them are looking to the Federal Reserve. Next week, they’ll be holding policy meetings on Tuesday and Wednesday.

While their arsenal is limited, there are still things they can do to step in and save the day.

Here are some of the options they might explore…


Debunking the biggest diet myths of the year

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If you’re trying to eat healthier, there are a lot of myths out there to sift through. So, which diets and eating tips are really just bad advice that you should steer clear of?

One myth you should be aware of is artificial sweeteners being a good substitute for sugar. While it is absolutely necessary to watch your sugar intake, replacing it with an artificial sweetener isn’t much healthier at all. In fact, it can actually be worse for your body and can cause the same health issues as sugar: obesity, heart disease, and junk food cravings that lead to a myriad of other problems.

Another myth is there is a best time to eat for weight loss. While there are times that may not be ideal to eat a full meal, there really isn’t a set time for eating that makes you more successful with achieving your weight loss goals. What works for each person varies widely, as there is no cookie-cutter best option everyone. What other surprising healthy eating myths were just debunked?

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2020 has been a rough year for everyone, especially for those of us worried about maintaining our productive habits. But thankfully, a new year is just around the corner, which allows us to tweak and adjust our professional and personal ambitions.

Don’t let what happened this year impact your ability to get things done in 2021. Take a look at your habits and your workflow to see if anything needs to be changed to start the new year off on the right foot.

There have been plenty of new tools and apps developed over the last year that can give your productivity a much-needed shot in the arm. And don’t be afraid to scrap any aspect of your goal achievement process if it’s failed to help your productivity.

If you’re ready to start a new era of getting things done, try these tips and tricks to boost your productivity in 2021!


5 simple ways to boost your credit score in 2021

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There’s been a lot of bad news to break in 2020. So, you might have missed some of the rare pieces of good news. Right now, despite the pandemic, household debt is dropping and credit scores are rising.

If you want to get in on that trend, there are some pretty easy ways to boost your credit rating and make borrowing a lot more affordable over your lifetime. After all – bad credit is EXPENSIVE.

And it all starts with setting a goal…

Stay Informed,


Rex Jackson

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