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Become Truly Productive: What a TO DO LIST is REALLY About
Become Truly Productive: What a TO DO LIST is REALLY About

Want to truly become more Productive in your work? It all begins with your “To Do List.” Most people think of To Do Lists as merely lists. A compiling of things to do. You use some tracking system, whether on paper or on a computer, to document the things you need to do or have others do. […]

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The Top 10 Reasons Why Meetings Can Be a WASTE of Time
The Top 10 Reasons Why Meetings Can Be a WASTE of Time

“I think there needs to be a meeting to set an agenda for more meetings about meetings.”— Jonah Goldberg I believe most meetings are a waste of time. In fact, according to the Wharton Center for Applied Research, the average CEO spends 17 hours per week in meetings, senior executives an average of 23 hours and middle managers 11 hours. […]

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The Top 5 Reasons Why People REALLY Don’t Take Vacations
The Top 5 Reasons Why People REALLY Don’t Take Vacations

Vacations are an endangered species, at least for the majority of workers in the business world. And, they are borderline EXTINCT for sole proprietors and small business owners. Here are the Top 5 reasons why people don’t take vacations anymore and afterwards, some actionable suggestions on how you can change that in your own world. 1. Too Busy […]

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The Art of Chunking: Turning More into Less
The Art of Chunking: Turning More into Less

A major source of stress in our lives comes from the feeling that we have an IMPOSSIBLE number of things to do. We’ll often take an objective and pull it apart into a million pieces or tie it all together into one abstract whole. For example, if you take on a project and try to do the […]

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What a To Do List is REALLY About
What a To Do List is REALLY About

Want to truly become more Productive in your work? It all begins with your “To Do List.” Most people think of To Do Lists as merely lists. A compiling of things to do. You use some tracking system, whether on paper or on a computer, to document the things you need to do or have others do. […]

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How to Make Better Decisions & Take Action: Part 4
How to Make Better Decisions & Take Action: Part 4

This is Part 4 and the Final of a Multi-Part Series on Decision Making. Want to become better at Decision Making?  Here’s an Intro into How to Make Decisions   TAKE ACTION NOW Using the Principles you’ve learned earlier on Decision Making, what SPECIFIC ACTION STEPS can you take RIGHT NOW, today, that can move […]

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How to Make Better Decisions: Part 3
How to Make Better Decisions: Part 3

This is Part 3 of a Multi-Part Series on Decision Making. Want to become better at Decision Making?  Here’s an Intro into How to Make Decisions   Practical Tips Warning: All of these Practical Tips relate to actually MAKING a Decision. As mentioned before, all the steps or information or research are all factors “Leading” to […]

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How to Make Better Decisions: Part 2
How to Make Better Decisions: Part 2

This is Part 2 of a multi-part Series on Decision Making. Want to become better at Decision Making?  Here’s an Intro into How to Make Decisions   Key Techniques for your Decision Making Toolbox  Here are our Key Techniques for your Decision Making Toolbox that you can then practice using to improve not just your […]

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How to Make Better Decisions: Part 1
How to Make Better Decisions: Part 1

This is Part 1 of a multi-part Series on Decision Making. Want to become better at Decision Making? Here’s an Intro into How to Make Decisions Decision Making is like any other muscle: the more you use it, the stronger it gets. And, the less you use it, the weaker it’ll become. So, making decisions […]

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The 7 Secrets of 21st Century Time Manager Pros
The 7 Secrets of 21st Century Time Manager Pros

Did you know that in a recent survey by Travelodge it was discovered that 72% of the British workforce were giving their employers an extra ten hours of free labor a week, all in an effort to manage their workload and to keep their line manager happy? Or, that the average business worker spends nearly nine hours […]

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