Category: Productivity

3 Ways to be More Productive Across the Board

26 Aug, 2021 , , ,

More productive? Most folks already find themselves overwhelmed and in a constant juggling act of tackling responsibilities on an everyday basis. These range from handling errands at home, to focusing on multiple projects and deadlines at work, and everything in between. Multitasking has become the norm. Isn’t that productive? Well, no. The problem is that […]

The Benefits of DISC Assessment: What You Need to Know

20 Aug, 2021 , , , , ,

The topic of DISC assessment is well worth looking at. In this article, we’ll explain why. If you’re involved in leadership, you already know that one of the biggest challenges is working with a wide range of very different people. Everyone has their own unique skill sets, personalities, and preferred work environment. And because of […]

Leadership Tips: Soft Skills for New Managers

15 Jul, 2021 , ,

If you’re new to a leadership role of any kind, building your skills with these leadership tips is the key to success. Someone higher up has recognized your skills and expertise. You’ve taken a big step forward on your career path, regardless of where it leads. But you’re still a new manager! And although managers […]

Busy Being Busy: How to Be More Productive

27 May, 2021 , , ,

If you’re like most ambitious and motivated people, then you are likely bogged down by a routine of “busy being busy.” Of course, it’s perfectly normal to feel like you’re constantly playing catch-up. But despite this common problem, being frantically busy is not a healthy mindset. Staying constantly busy, with a long to-do list that […]

Thought-Provoking Journaling Topics to Start Writing Now

14 Mar, 2018 , , , , , , ,

When you’re writing your book, you’re bound to hit the inevitable writer’s block. It happens to all of us! Instead of succumbing to the block, find a way to start creating and continue writing by simply journaling. The great thing about journaling is that there is no pressure to create a specific outcome. It’s purely […]

Defeat Writer’s Block & Unlock Your Purpose

10 Jan, 2018 , , , , ,

Is writer’s block holding you back from pursuing your passion and achieving your purpose? Writer’s block plagues even the most experienced writers! Whether it’s your first or tenth book, you’ve probably found yourself staring a blank screen, unable to write a single word. Even when you have the idea in your head and you’re buzzing […]

6 Ways to Stay on Track with Your Goals, Even During the Holidays

29 Nov, 2017 , , , , , , , , , , , , , ,

Just because the holidays have rolled around, doesn’t mean you should lose steam on your goals. In fact, now is a better time than ever to double down and revisit the ambitions you set out at the beginning of the year. I always like to take some time during the holidays for reflection to think […]

5 Tricks for Sticking to Your Guns When Willpower Is Low

6 Sep, 2017 , , , ,

Whatever your goal, lack of willpower can sabotage even the best intentions. What do you want to achieve? Do you want to…. Write a book? Start a business? Get a promotion? Be a public speaker? Shed a few pounds? Buy a new car? Change the world? Goals come in all shapes and sizes, big and […]

Why is Making a Change so Hard?

26 Jul, 2017 , , ,

Maybe you’ve experienced this before (I know I have!): Knowing you want to make a change, yet struggling to take the necessary actions. Good things come to those who wait, right? But what if you want results now? Why is making a change so hard? I’m talking about long-term, meaningful changes, not switching from three […]

Are You Letting a Small Setback Stop You?

19 Jul, 2017 , , ,

Here’s a question: when you hit a roadblock, do you get up, dust yourself off and try again, or stay down and give up? I have to be honest here: I’ve done both, and you know what? Staying down and giving up on myself never felt good. In the moment, it may seem like the […]

Slowing Down to Speed Up

29 Jun, 2017 , ,

Complexity is part of our every day. When things get overly complex, we often sacrifice quality for the sake of quantity; for the sake of getting more things done, regardless of how well we do them. Even as I write this post, I can think of about a dozen other things I also need to […]

Productivity for When You’re on the Go

2 Mar, 2017 , , ,

Work doesn’t stop or slow down when you’re on the go. For many authors, business owners and entrepreneurs, travel is an inevitable (and exciting!) part of their careers. Through my own business and authorship, I’ve had the privilege and honor of traveling the world to meet and speak with like-minded individuals about goal-setting, productivity and, […]

Shedding Light on Productivity

20 Feb, 2017 , ,

Did you know the recommended daily dosage of sun exposure is 15-30 minutes per day? Sun exposure is a major giver of vitamin D, which the body needs to regulate calcium and promote strong bone growth. Without it, bones, teeth and joints can weaken. However, there is another, unexpected benefit: sunlight contributes to high productivity, […]

Productivity Is All About Choices

2 Feb, 2017 , ,

When it comes to productivity, it’s not about how good you are or how effective your strategies. It’s about the choices you make to achieve your goals and stay on track. We’re all guilty of making choices, which ultimately do not serve our greater purpose, and we’re typically unaware of the consequences we create. Sounds […]

Don’t Treat Friday Like a Throwaway Workday

26 Jan, 2017 , ,

Are you falling into one of the biggest productivity slip-ups of your career? Friday rolls around, and your brain goes into automatic weekend mode. Or maybe, you’re simply “getting through the day” and have already resigned to the fact you’re not getting much done. This is a silly mistake, folks! Don’t treat Friday like a […]

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