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One of the first steps for better time management is to know what you are already committed too AND how long it will realistically take to accomplish those commitments. Once you have a handle on this then you can begin...
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We have all heard the phrase work life balance. It’s no surprise this is a recurring topic of discussion. According to Gallup, the hours Americans work is on the rise. Adults who are employed full time report working an average...
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Time management at work can be tricky. Oftentimes our workplaces are ripe with friendly coworkers, phones ringing and the UPS guy popping in. Distractions are inevitable and unfortunately rob us of our time often without us even realizing it. Just...
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  • Computer saving time and being productive
I was at a leadership conference a couple of years ago, and I heard well-known author John C. Maxwell speak. He shared a story about a trick he learned as a young man. The trick was simple and geared at...
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  • Productivity & Time Management Clipboard
You don’t notice them. You don’t even realize they are there. But they are. They are lurking in your email, in your voicemail, the break room. What are they? Productivity killers. The small interruptions that seem harmless enough but in...
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  • Productivity & Time Management Calendar
It’s estimated that the average person will receive upwards of 100 business related emails a day – A DAY! If not managed properly email can consume your time and your sanity. Because of this many people view email as the...
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  • Saving Time & Productivity
Time is Our Most Precious Resource If you transform your commute from boring labor to an opportunity to be productive, I think you may find extra time in your day. One of the most popular reasons people give for not...
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So, you think you are great at multitasking? Well, I hate to break it to you but only 2% of the population can actually multitask. According to a study by David Strayer, director of the applied cognition lab at the...
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