Briana Morgaine

Briana Morgaine

Briana is the content marketing specialist for Palo Alto Software. She enjoys discussing marketing, social media, and the pros and cons of the Oxford comma. Briana is a resident of Portland, Oregon, and can be found working remotely from a variety of local coffee shops. She can also be found, infrequently, on Twitter.

LivePlan Posts Written By Briana Morgaine

Control Your Stress, Efficiency, and Intelligence in 10 Minutes a Day
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Control Your Stress, Efficiency, and Intelligence in 10 Minutes a Day

I’m sitting on my living room floor, with my back against the wall, my eyes closed. My right shoulder itches, but I’m trying to let that thought—and others like it—meander on past me. I’ve committed to a daily meditation practice for 10 minutes a day, for 10 days. So, I’ll be back in this same […]

The Death of Black Friday?
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The Death of Black Friday?

On REI’s homepage, visitors are greeted with a pronouncement: “875,256 will #OptOutside this Black Friday.” And the number just keeps growing. (Seriously, check the site—the number of people opting out goes up every few minutes.) This year, REI won’t be participating in Black Friday. In a surprise move, the venerable vendor of outdoor gear announced […]

Never Procrastinate Again
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Never Procrastinate Again

Some days, I feel unstoppable. I make lists, I check them twice, and I accomplish so many tasks I want to call people up and brag about it. (Although, “Hey, guess how many things I got done today?” might be the most boring opening phone call line ever.) Other days? Not so much. On those […]

The Research-Backed Guide to Increasing Office Productivity
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The Research-Backed Guide to Increasing Office Productivity

There are few buzzwords as often rehashed has “productivity.” However, as well-canvassed as the concept of workplace productivity may be, the goal of creating the most productive workplace possible seems sometimes elusive. With so much information out there, how do you sift through it all and determine what really is—and isn’t—worthwhile? What can you do […]