Still working my way through Brian Tracy’s productivity essays in his fun book, Eat That Frog!* I felt a real connection with his proposition that multitasking is really an illusion.
How many tasks do you try to do at a given moment?
I have been guilty of being on the phone, typing an email,... Read More
I was recently reading Chapter 2 of Eat That Frog!
by Brian Tracy. Don’t you love that feeling when you read something, and it makes you stop, look up and think about it?I have always been a tenacious list builder, but more in the line of scraps of paper at the bottom of my cluttered purse, notes written on... Read More
Perhaps this is ego talking, but I suspect some of you may have noticed the absence of my voice for a bit. I must confess that I’ve been in a bit of a funk- alternating between feeling overwhelmed, saddened, discouraged, scared, anxious and downright furious at my perception of world and... Read More
After identifying blocks of available time in your schedule, the next step is to fill those blocks with tasks of varying urgency. Below is a summary of tips for effective scheduling provided by MindTools.com.*
First, make a list of tasks you absolutely must do to do your job well. Depending on your position,... Read More
Part One: The Importance of SchedulingThe importance and benefits of effective scheduling cannot be overestimated. The business site Mindtools.com provides excellent tips on time management.Scheduling is the art of planning your activities so that you can achieve your goals and priorities in the time you have available.1Many clients have told me they struggle managing their day. I have several... Read More
I know that I spend an unreasonable amount of time daily making, editing and thinking about my Get-To-List of extremely important tasks. This can be overwhelming if I have 20 items of utmost importance to finish on any given day. Can you relate?
Today’s blog is the fourth in our RISE series and discusses the HARDEST part of any company... Read More
Becoming a highly successful sales professional requires both knowledge, some grit and a winning attitude. There are three key beliefs that all high producers follow which I have summarized for you from a Walter-Rogers blog which appeared in Salesforce.*First, believe in your product. Be passionate and enthusiastic as you explain the value and benefits your product brings to customers.... Read More
Last week I shared with you the first element of Sandra Yancey’s, founder of ewomen network, RISE program. Today we are looking at the second element- INNOVATION.
Being able to evolve and innovate within your organization is key to your success. After a new company’s launch and growth phases, new ideas and people are needed to keep your product or... Read More
Last week I attended a large forum featuring Ms. Sandra Yancey, the Founder and Principal of eWomen Network, the largest women’s business networking group in North America with over 500,000 members. This incredible association can be found at https://www.ewomennetwork.com.
Sandra spoke on the elements her company and its members... Read More
Even as The Weather Channel threatens us with ONE MORE Nor’easter, this picture of the forsythia outside my door proudly confirms that spring is almost here. The brave yellow buds will survive a spring storm and one warm bright day will bring forth their cheerful yellow flowers.
While the cold, wind and darkness... Read More