Slow decision-making wastes time. The worst thing you can do is to procrastinate on decision-making.
Delegation can expand a manager’s results, from minor assignments to major decision-making that impacts the success of a project or business.
If you know when to say “no” you can have a huge positive impact on your mental and physical health, as well as your energy levels.
If you want deliver keynotes or make other presentations, how you deliver the material is almost as important as the content.
When you’re in a time bind, every interruption, every additional request or even a coffee break becomes a stressor
I recall as a child being encouraged by my mother to study “Word Power” in the Reader’s Digest to improve my vocabulary.
Our lives are being filled with so much activity that we no longer have time to think creatively. The old adage that “busyness is not effectiveness” never applied more than it does today – when we are working longer and faster, and multitasking more frequently.
We are ill-equipped to deal with the onslaught of interruptions introduced by technology. Our brain’s natural inclination is to react to them.
Here are five of the more important ones, along with brief explanations of how they can impact the way you manage time.
Who is your most valuable employee? by: Harold Taylor The most valuable employee is usually your receptionist, administrative assistant or whoever is the first person prospects or customers encounter when they call, e-mail or visit your company. Never underestimate...