Changing How You Work with Humor

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Last week we talked about the what of work, the five things you need to do any job: execute, think, communicate, relate, and lead. This is important because to solve the challenges you have at work, to start enjoying your job more, and to live a life where you aren’t settling for 40 hours every week… Continue Reading >

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The Cost of Meetings Infographic

Quill.com has put out an excellent infographic on the state of meetings in the corporate world, with some scary statistics, including that the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that unnecessary meetings cost $37 billion every year. That’s a lot of wasted time and resources. Check out the full details in the graphic below. Or… Continue Reading >

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28 Things We All Do At Work

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Things We All Do When Checking Email Open an email, read it, then mark it as Unread so you deal with it later. Reread the email you just read because you weren’t really paying attention the first time you read it. Ignore an email for a week and then respond, “Sorry for the delay, I… Continue Reading >

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Making Decisions Using the Prioritization Matrix

As an entrepreneur, one of the hardest things to figure out is “What should I work on?” This is also true while working for someone else, but for those of us on our own, it can seem even more daunting. Here’s a quick strategy I use when trying to figure out what to work on; I call… Continue Reading >

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Remember How We Forgot

An inspirational (and funny) poem… Continue Reading >

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