I went into business for myself in part because I continually found myself frustrated while working for someone else. Meetings felt like a waste of time, most of my bosses continually asked me to do things then never acknowledged my accomplishments, quickly moving on to the next project. Frequently I found myself focused on something … Continue reading Accountability is Not a Four Letter Word
In this age of abundance, time is the one thing nobody has enough of. Perhaps that’s why Google receives 111 million searches a month for Time Management. Few people recognize how time management depends upon the emotional intelligence skills of self-management and relationship management. Creating a good schedule is a very rational thing, but sticking … Continue reading The Hurrier I Go, The Behinder I Get
A GREAT REMINDER. This comes from an article on Fast Company written by Jane Porter... One of the most common ways people choose to waste time is what psychologists James Baker and James Phillips call e-breaks—checking and responding to email as a way to avoid an actual task at hand. But they see these e-breaks … Continue reading The Instant Gratification of The E-Break
Wanted to share this fun tip from Jim Earley's blog Trailblazer Coaching: Good bye Getting Things Done — Hello Pomodoro Technique
We all get distracted, stressed & lose focus. We forget what we started out to accomplish that week or that day.We lose sight of our priorities. At the end of the year we look back at our goals and intentions with dismay as we realize just how far off track we got. At the beginning … Continue reading A Quick Free Tool You Can Use Daily To Get More Done & Feel Happier!