My intention for this week’s Tip is that you bring awareness to your habit of procrastination at work. Pay attention to your habits. Where are you being patient and when does it turn to procrastination?
In preparation for writing, I do some thinking and brainstorming a couple weeks in advance. Then I let the ideas sit. The morning I am to put pen to paper, I review my notes and then sit and write. Each time, it gets easier and easier to let the ideas and stories flow. The more I trust the process, the more ideas pop into my head. This week’s Tip by Michael Neill encourages you to be even more free form, trusting your creativity to shine through.
Are you energized and ready to dive back into work at the end of August? If yes, congratulations! If not, this week’s Tip is just for you!
Each of us has a great amount of wisdom in ourselves. This week’s Tip is a reminder of how to tap into that knowing to be more effective at work.
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This is the second of our two-part series about assumptions. When you assume something, you’re drawing a conclusion without concrete evidence to back it up. In Part One, we explored where assumptions come from and how they limit our success. In today’s post, we’ll take a look at how you can challenge your assumptions and keep them from getting in your way.
Creativity – one of those areas that “some” of us assume we’re not good at. In this week’s Tip, Michael Bungay Stanier shares his very simple understanding of creativity.
This is the first part of a two-part series about assumptions. What’s an assumption? It’s a belief that’s based on incomplete, unexamined, or outdated evidence. Today we’ll take a look at where assumptions come from and how they can limit your success. In part two, we’ll discuss how to challenge your assumptions and stop them from getting in your way.
I’m always looking for ways to make my life more enjoyable and fun. Sometimes that means getting through obstacles more quickly. This week’s Tip by Steve Straus helps you look at one of life’s little snags in a new way.
At the end of each year, just as I ask you to review your prior year accomplishments and set your goals for the new year, I do the same exercises. Many times, I would merely tweak the prior year’s goals to create this year’s goals. Read this week’s Tip to learn how 2013 will be different for me.