How to Focus on What Matters

no-signHands up for us who don’t feel a little over-connected, over-committed and overwhelmed?

Wherever I go, whenever I train groups of people, not one person has yet to say to me, “I’ve got too much Great Work. I’m overloaded with meaningful, engaging work that really makes a difference.”

Let’s face it, at best we’re staying on top of our to-do list and churning out email replies. Yes, the sad truth is that most of us are mired in a mix of Bad Work and Good Work. We’re working just to keep working.

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Michael Bungay Stanier

Michael Bungay Stanier

Michael Bungay Stanier, Senior Partner of Box of Crayons. He's written a number of books, the best known of which are Do More Great Work, and the philanthropic project End Malaria, created a series of short internet videos, such as The Eight Irresistible Principles of Fun, that have been seen by millions and designed a wide range of training programs that are being used around the world.Michael is on the editorial advisory board of the Peer Bulletin, the leading journal on mentoring. He's also Thinker in Residence at Knowledge Blocks, a resource for readers of business books. He's been the Creativity Coach for David Allen's Getting Things Done online community. Michael is a popular keynote speaker at business and coaching conferences around the world. He was the first Canadian Coach of the Year and a Rhodes Scholar.

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