Posts Tagged ‘Yes & No’

Twofer Tuesday: On Time Management & Saying Yes

March 3, 2015

Have you joined our Tools for the Time-Crunch Manager LinkedIn group? It’s designed to inspire and help you conquer the day-to-day challenges of your workday! We often share resources like this… Shifting Time to Your Advantage… You know those people

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My Story of a New Beginning

January 8, 2015

Crossing the threshold The bus ride in from the airport wasn’t entirely unfamiliar. Seven years earlier, in my “gap” year between finishing high school and starting university I’d spent a year living and working in England. My grandmother lived in

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Three Provocative Questions to Set Up Your 2015

December 18, 2014

There’s a lot going on, isn’t there? I don’t even know you … but I’m betting you’ve got a schedule that’s a little too full, a to-do list that stretches out towards eternity, and a residual tiredness that’s makes the

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Twofer Tuesday: On Wisdom and the Yes/No Dilemma

November 11, 2014

Have you joined our Tools for the Time-Crunch Manager LinkedIn group? We share insights, ideas and links, all designed to inspire and help you conquer the day-to-day challenges of your workday. The Essential 7 Pieces of Wisdom Anybody here suffering from

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How to Focus on What Matters

November 6, 2014

Hands up of us who don’t feel a little over-connected, over-committed and overwhelmed? Wherever I go, whenever I train groups of people, not one person has yet to say to me, “I’ve got too much Great Work. I’m overloaded with

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Jessica Hagy

Jessica Hagy, How to Be Interesting

March 20, 2013

So if any of you were kind enough to buy End Malaria, the book I produced a year or so ago to raise money for Malaria No More, you’ll know that every section of the book starts with a cool,

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Mark Dowds, Brainpark

July 19, 2011

Mark Dowds had a comfortable job as a consultant when he decided to pursue his dream of creating software tools to foster collaboration and efficiency in the workplace. Friends thought he was crazy. It was a little crazy. So why

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Russell Bishop

Russell Bishop, Workarounds That Work

January 12, 2011

You already know that I’m a fan of David Allen’s work. So do you ever wonder what started him along the road to GTD? Let me introduce you to Russell Bishop. David and Russell were business partners for a number

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4 Unexpected Things I Wish I Could Say No To

August 4, 2010

You’ll most likely have heard Michelangelo’s comment about how he created his sculpture. Let me paraphrase for you: “I just carve away anything that doesn’t look like a lion, and I’m left with a lion.” We all nod our head

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