Time Management

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You Can Be The Best You Can Be.

I came up with a simple and powerful tool the other day. I was standing in my office in front of a large Post-It notepad sheet with a red sharpie in my hand (red delivers intention!) — and the ideas just flowed. What did I come up with to help you be the best?

To be […]

Podcast: The Art of Positivity.

Running your own business is hard and fraught with daily disappointments — successful businesspeople always have a way of looking on the bright side.

Learn a few tips and techniques to keep your momentum going when things look bleak.

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Be A Time Management GOD.

I've been asking clients, colleagues, and friends what time management tips they use to make them get more done in the limited amount of time we all have. What I've heard is a mix of managing your time and procrastination.

The Perfect Message On Time Management (from a Google Manager).

I was wondering around the web the other day and ran into this article/email on Medium (one of my favorite sites). I ran into a profound message from a Google manager who wrote a simple email to his staff on Time Management. (By Jeremiah Dillon, Head of Product Marketing, Google Apps for Work)

It was […]

How Do Busy Leaders Make More Time?

One of my clients sent me their daily schedule. I was so blown away by it’s simplicity and it’s ability to fit many professional and personal things in — I just had to publish it for my audience. In their own words:

“I want to put myself on a schedule.  I need a schedule where I […]

8 Things I Wish I Learned In College.

Eight things that changed the way I work.

How to Be an Effective CEO.

It's quite simple - unfortunately, there are many critics, books, and know-it-all's out there trying to 'complexify' (my word) the basic responsibilities of a CEO or C-Level executive.

Are You Late All The Time? Stop It Right Now.

It's not the holidays. It's not the recession. It's not the marketplace. It's you. I've seen a dramatic, broad increase in lateness, cancellations, and just plain not showing up. It's unprofessional. It's clearly states that you really do not value the other person's time. And as many of my corporate colleagues used to say, it might be a 'power' play, but I find it rude.

Three Secrets Presentation Pros Keep To Themselves.

Shhh. It's a secret. Don't tell anyone.

Hitting A Wall In Your Career? You Need A Breakthrough.

It's tough today. It’s hard when everything is coming at you. Hard to think. Hard to act. Hard to react. As they always say — the first step is always the hardest.