Do you take time to think about your business on a regular basis or are you too busy putting out fires? Successful leaders take time to plan. This Tip by Courtney Lynch provides questions to help you reflect on what’s transpired and what you want to have happen this year.
Feeling out of control? Take three minutes to read this Tip to discover an approach that can help.
Do eyes glaze over when you tell someone what you do? This Tip by Caryn Kopp ensures that your audience is engaged, not tuned out.
Time to reflect on what you intended and accomplished this year. In this week’s Tip, I help you get started by sharing my results and learnings for 2013. We lead off, though, with my holiday gift to you!
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?
This Tip by Owen Allen caught my eye because I had never seen the acronym BSRIOFW (Be Slow Right Instead of Fast Wrong). It poses food for thought in today’s fast paced world.
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.
This week’s Tip provides 6 questions to ask yourself as you consider how you did on your 2012 goals and how that time of reflection can help in setting your 2013 goals. See the What’s New section for a process to capture your accomplishments and set your goals.
In this Tip, Simon Tyler challenges you to rethink your meeting behavior. My first reaction – “you’re kidding.” My second response – “Hmm, let’s consider this more closely. What could be possible for my clients and me by changing our meeting habits?”
Assumptions can get you into trouble. Remember that time you asked the woman when she was due and she wasn’t pregnant? This week’s Tip by Steve Straus brings awareness to why you may be misusing assumptions in your own life.