|Focusing your vision, achieving results|
-- Hunter S. Thompson
by Bob Nelson
2. Constantly prioritize your work and do the most important things first. Priorities count! Save less important tasks for times when you have caught up with your most urgent issues.
3. Don't wait for others to make the first move. When something needs to be done, just get out there and do it!
4. Be a participant, not a spectator. You'll achieve your professional and personal goals much more quickly, and you'll be a happier, more productive person.
5. Take advantage of opportunities quickly. Many opportunities are fleeting: act on them before someone else does, or before the chance to act slips away. (Nelson, 1999, p.46).
Reference: Nelson, B. (1999). 1001 ways to take initiative at work. New York: Workman Publishing
"Reprinted with permission from the OSU Leadership Center, Ohio State University, Columbus, OH 43210, (614) 292-3114, http://leadershipcenter.osu.edu.
Do you feel like you need to make a significant change in your business or personal life and would like some support to address these issues? Coach Andrea will provide her 5-step program for gaining control of your life. This seminar is scheduled for Tuesday, October 25th, from 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. at Keefe Tech, Framingham, MA. To reserve your place, please call 508-935-0202 or go to http://www.ktconed.org and click on "Health & Life-Style."
October 27, 2005
Last month we were busy and effective. Someone added new products to her shopping cart on her website, someone else took back her office space after rehabilitating from an operation, and someone else moved through a writing block on a story. Is it time for you to focus on that project that is calling your attention most loudly. Join us in Pounce on a Project on Thursday, October 27th from 8:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. Eastern. We will join as a group by phone and declare what you want to accomplish: write a new talk, plan your next marketing piece, finish a client project, back up your computer before you buy a new one, cold calls, organize your office, or making those Halloween costumes.
During the morning, the group will gather by phone a few times to check progress and get any support needed to finish with a bang. At noon, the group will celebrate their accomplishments. Who says projects have to be boring and tedious? Bring your lightness and fun and join us for the energization.
To sign up or learn more, call or e-mail Andrea by noon on October 26th. Feel free to share this with friends and co-workers, the more the merrier. (Cost of the program is only the cost of long distance phone calls.)
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