Holiday festivities are a whirlwind of activity and schedule fluctuations that can leave you with a case of post holiday blues when it’s all over. That’s why the insight I offer in this audio clip is so important to keep in mind as you manage the first few weeks of the new year.
Do you try to squeeze too much into your workday and then feel disappointed that you didn’t get it all done? If so, here’s a refreshing perspective on how to decide what’s most important.
Wearing all the hats required to run a business can make us scattered and inefficient if we don’t learn systems for keeping ourselves organized. Here’s one great way to streamline your brain-power and energy.
When was the last time you picked up the phone to address an important matter with a colleague? Voice-to-voice and face-to-face interactions are becoming less and less common, but there are certain circumstances where they should be your default.
Should emails be answered within a short amount of time after they are received? You may believe so, especially when you happen to be the one waiting for a response. Let’s talk about email etiquette and get clear on what is reasonable.
Diving right into email and work tasks first thing in the morning is not the ideal way to start your day. Get some insight into what is more conducive to your daily experience of flow, fulfillment and productivity.
Do you find yourself trying to power through the day without taking breaks when you have a full schedule? This is not the ideal way to operate. Here’s a reminder for those of you who don’t refuel when you need it that there’s a really good reason to take care of yourself.
What motivates you? Is it the fear of what will happen if you don’t do something? If that’s the case, you may find yourself feeling a little… well, miserable. I propose you make an effort to switch gears. Here’s how you can do that.
It sure feels good to empty your inbox doesn’t it? How many days have you spent doing just that only to find an email in your inbox in five minutes? In this audio clip, I’ll explain a profound insight I had on this topic.