Category Archives: Following Through

Worth Repeating – October Productivity Posts

I hope you won’t think I’m talking politics when I ask, are you better off now that you were one year ago? I’m talking productivity. Are you clearer on where you’re headed? Are your actions better targeted to achieve your aims? Are you wasting a minimum of motion? Still learning new tools? I hope so.… Continue Reading

Terror in the Executive Suite

Well, not a suite, exactly. My new office is just eight by 12 feet, with a spacious conference room and a small kitchen down the hall. There’s no “Amityville Horror” stuff going on here. So how could my modest office cause terror? I began looking for an office outside my home in 2008, I think,… Continue Reading

What Smart Entrepreneurs Know About Decision-Making

If you want to make good use of your time, you’ve got to know what’s most important and then give it all you’ve got. — Lee Iacocca If making decisions takes more of your time than it should, take a look at these strategies for making faster, better decisions. Get clear about your objective. If… Continue Reading

Changing Habits: Does One Plus One Equal Three?

I want to challenge a familiar piece of wisdom about habit change. Here’s what I read recently in a (mostly wonderful) column by Laura Vanderkam on FastCompany.com: Choose one new habit at a time to introduce: If you want to run, pray, and write in a journal, choose one of these and make it a… Continue Reading

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