Managing Time is a Juggling Act

You know the challenges that come with managing time on the job!  Meetings here, there and everywhere, paperwork, phone calls, employees, customers, email… the list goes on and on. Here’s a few time management tips that will help you to not drop the ball and decrease your stress level! Everyday make a list of what is to be done If you don’t …

Setting Boundaries at Work

As you gain muscle with planning you will find that the need to establish and respect healthy, flexible boundaries will be important to your overall success. It may be challenging to set boundaries with yourself and others. Learn all you can about boundaries Research where the boundaries are and evaluate if they you find a boundary is missing in your life. The less you …

ABCD Time Management

How To Get Things Done Make your initial draft of your to do list before you leave work each day so you can work on scheduling and juggling what you need to do. The next morning will be when you finalize the list, look forward in your calendar and add what needs to be squeezed in. Mastering this discipline will help you …

When You Never Have Enough Time

There are several key pieces to becoming accomplished at planning. Managing your time is the place to start. Taking charge of your time is easier said than done.  Progress in this arena is what you’re after, not perfection.  It is vital for you to become well-acquainted with yourself and the real world you operate in so you can be realistic …

Coaching, A Life Altering Experience

Having a personal development coach was one of the best investments I ever made of my time and money. For over three years, several times a month, my coach taught me key factors to put to use in all kinds of situations.  I had someone encouraging me, gently confronting me and teaching me how important planning, evaluating and progress is. I think …

Gadget Overload

Do you have a smartphone? How about a Kindle, music player or perhaps smartwatch? Possibly a laptop, perhaps even two? When you get ready to leave town, can you decide how many devices are coming with you? I certainly can’t! I have a drawer I call the graveyard. It’s populated by old cell phones, USB sticks and outdated software discs. Do you have a couple of old PCs and a few printers tucked …