My office phone rang and it was a client looking for some information. Happy to help! As I hung up, my cell phone rang. Telemarketer. Remove me from your call list, please. Both calls were interruptions and unanticipated events. The former a good one, the second not. If you want a strategy for dealing with time wasting kind of interruptions such as the latter example, read this week’s Tip by Donald Wetmore.
As a reforming workaholic, I sometimes forget about my well-being. This week’s Tip by Michael Neill introduces the concept of standards and how they can help determine your behavior at work and in life.
What if you could access your courage at any time? This week’s Tip by Angie Morgan and Courtney Lynch provides ideas to help you find your courage.
What’s your role in how complex your business circumstances are? In this week’s Tip, Simon Tyler shares how reality often overwhelms you and dictates the way you operate and the reactions and responses you have. Fortunately, you have the ability to cause it to be different!
My life has recently improved because I asked for help (much later than I could have). This week’s Tip poses four reasons why you, too, may not be asking for help. Read on to see the benefit of reconsidering this philosophy.
This week’s Tip by Simon Tyler reminds us to take some time for light weeding – remove the negative clutter and provide a fertile ground for the growth of what’s truly important in your business and life.
Want to learn a quick technique to improve your focus? This week Simon Tyler describes how to apply the same Control-Alt-Delete we use on our computers to our thoughts, to-dos, tasks, etc. Take a few minutes to learn how you can improve your processing time.
I’ve just come back from a week of vacation where my time was very fluid. My husband and I agreed that we would spend the week as if we were retired. Fun! Lots of Self and Inspiring time that Simon Tyler speaks of below. I chose not to participate in Drain time. Now that I’m back at work, I’m going to put time on my calendar for Self and Inspiring so that I continue investing my time wisely.
The holidays are over. We’ve taken some time to kick back and relax, and our business and personal goals are set for the year. We’re relaxed, energized and working through what is most important each day. Wait! Is that how you feel? Maybe on New Year’s Day, but today??? Has the stress in your life crept back in or come back with the force of Nor’easter like winds? Michael Neill reminds us that we can control the stress in our life and it may be easier than you think.
Here’s a different approach to managing your procrastination.