You have now picked your “one word” ( your theme) for 2017 and set three goals for the year. The next step is to break down your goals. It is important to think about what next action you can take to make progress on your goals. In this video, I give several examples of how… Continue reading »
Hopefully you have spent some time over the last week thinking about what your theme, or your ‘one word’ for 2017 will be. Now, it is time to use this word to help you focus and choose 3 goals for the year. How is your ‘one word’ going to help you prioritize and achieve these… Continue reading »
Happy New Year! I hope you’re off to a great start. Did you know that a very small percentage of New Year’s resolutions are successful? In this video, I give you a very simple way to ensure that you end the year with a real sense of accomplishment. Watch to learn more.
As of January 1 of this year, a new law went into effect in France giving French workers the right to ignore business emails that arrive after hours. According to the French Ministry of Labor, the ‘right to disconnect’ law is “designed to ensure respect for rest periods and…balance between work and family and personal… Continue reading »
You have to have meetings at work—to brainstorm, to review goals and deadlines, even just to check in with fellow employees. But do meetings have to waste your time? Not if you do them right they don’t. Let’s start with the day of the week. If at all possible, avoid Monday. It’s a hard day… Continue reading »
“It is not the amount of hours in your work, but the amount of work in your hours that count.” – Neil Patel. For years, I have been talking about ‘working smarter, not harder’ to increase your productivity. However, that concept can admittedly be somewhat vague. What does “working smarter” really mean? What I love… Continue reading »