Month: March 2016

Giving Your List Power – Creating Context

Giving Your List Power – Creating Context

Giving Your List Power Through Context In my previous post on list building I talked about some simple techniques and apps that can be used to help you achieve success in creating lists. In this post, I want to talk about how to gain the true power of list creation by creating context within your …

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Creating Lists to Manage Projects and Prioritize Tasks

Creating Lists to Manage Projects and Prioritize Tasks

The Power of Lists Creating lists is a powerful and underutilized technique to manage projects and prioritize tasks in order to maximize your time, gain efficiency, and achieve focus. Too often we spend our time working on multiple projects, doing a little on each, and never feeling like we are moving forward, but always feeling …

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The Inefficiency of Multitasking

The Inefficiency of Multitasking

Multitasking is Not a Badge of Honor As managers, we often think that multitasking is a good thing and something we are expected to be good at. We believe that we must keep five balls in the air always. The thought being that the more we can do at once the better we are at …

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How Much Trust is Enough, or Too Much?

How Much Trust is Enough, or Too Much?

A lot of manager’s give lip service to trusting employees as if it is some silver bullet that makes people want to do their best without considering human nature overall. While the ideal is that we will trust all our people, the truth is that some people earn that trust while others don’t. It is …

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