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    Think Board: The Whiteboard That Will Take Your Creativity to the Next Level

    The whiteboard: it used to be in every classroom, office and workspace, but now it’s outdated, difficult to clean, hard to move and not to mention - they’re expensive! If you’re looking for something that will last indefinitely, is easy to clean and simple to install –  the answer is the Think Board!

    The Think Board vs. The Whiteboard

    The Think Board is similar to the whiteboard because it allows you to have a clear visual of anything you write down, including a message to coworkers, your daily to-do list, or weekly goals. But the Think Board is better than the whiteboard because you can virtually turn any flat surface into a creative workspace with our peel-and-stick dry-erase board!

    Just peel and stick the Think Board to any flat, smooth surface and – boom! – You’ve got yourself a reusable writing surface that will encourage creativity and increase productivity. Take your Think Board down whenever you’d like; it won’t damage the surface you applied it to, and there will be no sticky residue!

    The Think Board’s Lifetime

    After a couple of years, the whiteboard becomes stained with a black tint from markers, the corners begin to crumble, and it just becomes a huge eyesore for the room. The Think Board is great because it lasts 10 years without ghosting, or any sign of wear and tear! No matter if choose from the clear Think Board, or the white Think Board – there will be no sign of ugly stains.

    The Cost of the Think Board vs. The Whiteboard

    If you’ve ever tried to buy a large, or extra-large version of the whiteboard online, we’re sorry for your pain. The whiteboard can be extremely expensive, and they’re limited to certain sizes. On Amazon, a 4’x8’ whiteboard sells for around $315-$400! And if you read carefully, most of the whiteboards say “best for light use in personal or low-traffic environments.” What?! Why would you want to buy a whiteboard at that cost if you, and everyone else in the office couldn’t use it every day?

    Don’t worry because the Think Board is here to help! Our Premium Think Boards are much less expensive, and we can customize your Think Board to whatever size you want! We can do sizes up to 4.5 feet x ANYTHING! We’ve set up an 18 foot Think Board in our office before and it’s awesome!

    If you’re ready to say goodbye to the whiteboard, and welcome the Think Board in your life, visit our online store today. Give the Think Board one shot, and you (and your wallet) won’t regret it!

    For a limited time - Buy a Think Board & Get a FREE Calendar ($24.99 Value)! No coupon code required. Shop Think Board products here.

    How to Increase Teamwork Productivity

    How to Increase Teamwork Productivity

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    Not having the energy and motivation to get things done is one thing, but having an unproductive team is another story. It’s frustrating when you have so many tasks at hand, but you just can’t find the mood and energy to do them. But do you know what? It’s even more of a frustration to be the energetic one in a group of unproductive teammates. I mean, sure. Every time you feel unmotivated to get some things done, the answer is all inside you how you’re going to get yourself back together, but what if the problem was on other people. I mean, if they don’t feel like working, and then what more can you do? It’s not like you have the authority to boss them around. You’d probably wish that you didn’t have to work in teams.

    You’d probably wish that you could convince the boss to let you do the task all by yourself, because what are you supposed to do with your enthusiasm and motivation if the people around you aren’t going to cooperate? No matter how hard you try to turn the situation around, you’ll still end up drowning by their unproductivity. There’s a reason why the boss decided the work should be done in groups. It’s a must. It’s not something that can be done by a single person. So, what do you do then? Do you just give up and go along with the indolence of your teammates? Or do you seek ways on how to empower them? The latter seems to be the best option. Here are some tips on how to boost teamwork productivity.


    People need to feel like they’re part of something. Otherwise, they won’t feel motivated to take part in the work. Don’t make your teammates feel like you’re doing all the work. Don’t give them the impression that you’re the one who knows best. Rather explain and elaborate to them the goals. Let them share their opinions and judgment about the situation and how the team should go with it, but before they can begin to tell you what they think, the goals have to be clear first. They have to be able to understand it.


    It’s easy for tasks and responsibilities to get mixed up. I, mean it’s teamwork after all. Confusion and conflict might arise if people don’t know what they’re supposed to do. People might fight over doing one thing or another. With that, the best thing to do is to make the responsibilities clear the first hand. Having a productive team doesn’t only mean that everyone is doing something. It can also mean that there’s someone responsible for doing each task. There has to be at least one person manning a specific task. With that, there should be a meeting before you execute the task. As the team leader or manager, tell your teammates you should work on what.


    Relying on just chance to get all the work done will send you to the grave. You have to set a timeline for everything. You can’t just let your team do whatever they’re doing, minding only your work. You have to monitor them. Give them a clear timeline of when they should finish their tasks. That way, you’ll have a smooth flow of productivity. Another thing about setting timelines is it motivates people to be productive. If you were asked to do something with no specific date, would you feel inclined to do it immediately? Well, perhaps not. You’ll probably indulge in the social media first before you start doing the work.


    You’re not the only professional in the group. Even if you think you know what’s best for the team, it will still be best if you ask for their opinion too. You don’t get to decide what’s best for the project. The whole team does, and you’re not a representative for the entire project, you’re just the leader. And as the leader, your job is to make sure that everyone does their job right. With that, try to listen to what your teammates have to say. See if they have some good ideas in their mind, and try to adapt the best ideas. That way, you’ll be able to get the task done to the best of all your abilities.

    Remember what I said about how people likes to feel like they’re part of something? Yeah, this is one of the best situations to apply it. Why? Hearing out what they want to say about the team plan is a great way to do this. This way, they’ll be motivated to do their task.

    Think Board Guest Blogger: Monica Morgan


    Monica Morgan is a free-spirited woman having vast experience in article writing. She loves to travel Asian countries, writing reviews on each of them on her hqessays.com. She prefers using diverse writing styles to properly engage with a wide array of readers.

    Think Board Featured In Time Magazine's 6 Gadgets to Help Simplify Your Life

    Think BOard Featured In Time Magazine's 6 Gadgets to Help Simplify Your Life We’re so thrilled to see Think Board featured in TIME Magazine’s article on 6 Gadgets to Help Simplify Your Life.

    From boxes that keep your bread fresh to UV-reflecting umbrellas, these six items will help make your life a lot simpler.

    Click here to check out the full article and explore more products made to simplify your life.


    SOURCE: Time.com

    7 Productivity Tips to Make 2017 Your Most Productive Year Yet

    Do you ever find yourself swamped with work? Can you never catch a break because your to-do list just keeps growing? We know how hard it can be to balance work, a social life, and a healthy lifestyle. We also know it can be tough to keep up with all the new trending productivity tips out there, so we’ve rounded up some of our favorite. These productivity tips will help you make better use of your time, and get the most out of your day! Here are 7 productivity tips to make 2017 your most productive year yet.

    Productivity Tips for a Productive Year

    1. Wake Up Early

    It’s proven that your mornings can either make or break your day. Getting a head start to your day will give you the boost you need to power through the day, and be your most productive self. While your bed may seem so comfortable in the morning, you’re wasting your time just lying there prolonging the day ahead. Start with getting up 15 minutes earlier every day, and gradually set your alarm earlier every morning.

    1. Write Down Your Goals

    You can simply start by writing down your priorities and weekly goals every Sunday night or Monday morning. On your Think Board, jot down your biggest goal for the week. That way every time you look at your Think Board you’ll be reminded of your goal, and you’ll be more likely to accomplish it. Review your goals at the end of every day and ask yourself if you accomplished what you wanted to.

    1. Put Your Smartphone Away

    This is one of the most important productivity tips out there. You may not realize it, but your phone is your biggest distraction. The best thing to do is turn the ringer off, and put your phone somewhere where you can’t see it or reach out. As they say – “out of sight, out of mind.” Limit the time you check your phone and social media throughout the day. You’ll realize how much productive your day is without your phone constantly in your hand.

    1. Plan Ahead & Categorize Your To-Do List

    Did you know that when your check something off on your to-do list, your brain releases dopamine, which gives you an extra boost and desire to check more items off – more checking = more getting stuff done! Yay! Rearrange your goals every week to make sure you allow yourself time to address your top priorities.

    Productivity Tips - Make a To-Do List

    1. Work in a Productive Space

    More and more people are starting to work from home, which is great because you don’t have to spend hours sitting in morning commute traffic. But for some people, working from home also presents more distractions through the work day. No matter if you’re working from your home or office, make sure you have a clean and organized space where you can be productive.

    1. Use Checklists

    When you’re feeling overworked or don’t even know where to begin, make a simple checklist to keep you on track. The Think Board is the perfect platform for you to jot down your daily, weekly or even monthly checklist. Checklists are one of our favorite productivity tips, and they are a great way to stay on track, and get ahead of the game.

    1. Don’t Procrastinate

    Write this nice and big on your Think Board – DON’T PROCRASTINATE! Instead of prolonging the task, tackle it head on and get it done right away. Don’t keep putting it off. Just do it. That way your work never piles up, and you won’t be dreading the task all day long. When you’re feeling the tug of procrastination, look at your to-do list and weekly goals to keep you on track.

    We know work can be hectic at times, but these productivity tips are sure to keep you on track and on top of your weekly goals! Use the Think Board to jot down quick to-do lists and you’ll never fall behind again. Shop all of our Think Board products here.

    The Ultimate Design Thinking Giveaway



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    The Ultimate Design Thinking Giveaway | Sunni Brown | Think Board


    About Sunni Brown:

    Sunni founded SB Ink over ten years ago and she continues to grow and lead it. Her cherished teachers and mentors recommended that she NOT join a monastery - to offer her work IN the world rather than outside of it - so her path led her to become an author, speaker, trainer, coach and expert meeting facilitator. She was named one of the “100 Most Creative People in Business” and one of the “10 Most Creative People on Twitter” by Fast Company. Her team has designed and led hundreds of group experiences in diverse industries and environments around the world. She is the best-selling author of Gamestorming and The Doodle Revolution and she leads a global campaign advocating for visual, game, design and improvisational thinking and hosts a podcast exploring wisdom for modern life called Sunni and Wise. Her TED Talk on doodling has drawn more than a million views on TED.com and her work has been featured in every major U.S. publication including The New York Times, The New York Post, The Wall Street Journal, Time Magazine, WIRED, and Entrepreneur, as well as being featured twice on the beloved CBS Sunday Morning. Sunni is an autodidact and she is trained in meditation, Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction, and two mind-body practices called Hakomi and Internal Family Systems. All of these methods apply ancient wisdom practices to daily life, so this partially satisfies her longing for the nunnery. GrowthHackLove, her most recent start-up with Dr. Krzysztof Piekarski, helps to satisfy the rest.


    About Gamestorming:

    This is your visual-thinking games handbook and toolkit, all in one. Gamestorming is a proven approach to real-life, roll-up-your-sleeves-and-get-it-done innovation. You’ll learn techniques to collaborate, communicate and effect real change at work (or anywhere, really). You’ll find out how to turn simple office supplies like sticky notes and index cards into powerful tools for change. And you’ll see how games can seriously break down barriers, amp up communication, and generate breakthrough strategies and ideas.


    About The Doodle Revolution:

    The Doodle Revolution is a prequel to Gamestorming and also a global movement unto itself. It’s an entertaining and informative romp through applied visual language for non-artists, but it also aims to radically overturn our social (mis)perceptions about doodling. To doodle is not to waste time or to be distracted. Instead, doodling is a powerful technique people use around the world to help themselves THINK. As scientists, innovators and even presidents know, doodling is a precursor to and a catalyst for deep intellectual and creative breakthroughs. This kick-starter guide for igniting and applying simple visual language to any challenge shows that our nascent capacity for visual literacy need only be unleashed in order to elevate cognitive performance instantly, at school and at work. Together, we’ll put the DO in Doodle and liberate Doodlers everywhere. Sign the Doodle Revolutionary’s Manifesto and Viva la Revolución!


    About Visual Note-taking 101:

    Because we live in an intensely verbal culture, chances are we’ll be taking some kind of notes at work and at school for the rest of our lives. (Groan.) Many of us try and tackle this note-taking challenge by using a laptop, but studies show that typing notes is less effective than taking notes by hand and MUCH less effective than taking visual notes by hand. And…surprise! Taking notes can actually be enjoyable when you teach yourself how to use simple visual language combined with the written word. Tracking verbal content and weaving in images, color, shapes, typography and tools like word-pictures increases attention and engagement, improves the way you process and integrate information and dramatically increases your level of retention. (Our content recall can be 29% higher when we actively produce visual information.) There’s no need to suffer through note-taking that works against the natural structure of the brain. Learn how to take notes that you can actually use (and appreciate). Artistic talent not required.


    About Think Board:

    Use Think Boards to keep a shopping list on the fridge, coordinate the family calendar, organize your thoughts, and even let your kids draw on the walls! Useful for college dorms, office spaces, student desks, kids’ playrooms, rec rooms, and even your refrigerator door.



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