Do you ever feel that you’re not being truly leveraged at work? Like your talents and skills are going to waste? Like you have more to offer and more to contribute, but you’re limited by your job description? If so, congratulations! You are totally normal! It’s actually really easy to understand why this happens. And once you do, you can take the necessary steps to address it.
Digital clutter is mentally draining and physically distracting. In the workplace, it can also damage your professional reputation and hinder your career. To be successful in the modern era, you need proven practices to help manage the many aspects of your virtual world.
Building or rebuilding trust in the workplace is not only possible, it’s relatively simple (though not necessarily easy!). Leveraging a few thoughtful strategies, you can begin to break down walls and build new, productive bridges with your colleagues—and everyone will benefit when you do! This webinar will show you how!
Working on “autopilot” can mean missing important details and opportunities, which can lead to bad decisions, wasted time and energy, and other (more disastrous) career consequences. If you’ve been sleepwalking through your workdays lately, this webinar will help re-engage your brain!
I am passionate about all things related to time management. Recently, I wanted to assess my own skills in this area, so I did a personal inventory. I thought I’d recreate that for you as a self-assessment tool, so you can take stock of your skills in this area as well.
Everyone gets overwhelmed with work from time to time, but it shouldn’t be a chronic condition. The key is to quickly recognize what’s happening and implement strategies to take control. This webinar will show you how!
This video is an excerpt from a live Q&A session where we address the question of how to improve accuracy and attention to detail in three simple steps.
I love planning. When I have a plan in front of me, I feel more in control of my destiny. I’m less stressed, more empowered.
Here’s the most interesting part: A plan helps me feel these positive things, even when I can’t follow the plan perfectly.
Over the past year, I’ve really had to come to terms with this. After all, the pandemic has made life unpredictable for most of us. But I haven’t stopped planning. In fact, I’ve become even more diligent about it!
I just got back from Portland, Oregon where I participated in a four-day intensive retreat for creative entrepreneurs. I can safely say, beyond question, it was the best investment of time, money and energy I’ve made since starting in business. And I almost didn’t go… Right before I officially...
A few months ago, my brother introduced me to Skeptoid, a podcast created by Brian Dunning to help promote critical thinking, and I’ve been absolutely addicted to it ever since. Each episode lasts about twelve to fifteen minutes, during which the host debunks a popular myth, superstition or...