97 results for tag: productivity


Why You Should Not Respond to Emails Immediately

At the start of my career after college, I kept my work email open all day, so that I could respond immediately whenever anyone sent me an email about anything. That’s what conscientious people do, right? Well, my perspective shifted one day after I ...
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Multitasking: The Worst (And Most Common) Work Habit

Imagine two women named Fran and Debra who each decide one afternoon to go for a three-mile trail run in the woods. They each plan to run by themselves. They are equally fast runners who are each capable of completing this distance in 30 minutes. Fran ...
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Work Stronger: A Conversation with Pete Leibman

Do you find yourself working longer hours but not achieving the results you'd like? Leadership consultant and bestselling author Pete Leibman talks with ExecuNet Master Class Host Tony Vlahos about the concepts in his new book, Work Stronger: Habits for ...
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Want to Be a Superstar at Work in 2019? Learn This New Habit Now

The coveted title of a super star. Who doesn’t want to be considered high potential and on the receiving end of lots of attention because of your incredible contribution? There are few people that don’t strive to be of high value to their team, manager or ...
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Tired of Feeling Perpetually Over-scheduled?

Try this 1-minute ritual to avoid over-commitment and stick to boundaries. After a particularly exhausting Friday which consisted of back-to-back meetings, I resentfully looked at the following week only to realize a glaringly obvious problem—it was just ...
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How to Sustain High Levels of Energy and Motivation for Ongoing Success

Technology continues to enable us to get more done in less time with smartphones, GPS, online calendars and apps that help us with everything from organizing your next board meeting to learning how to speak five languages to how best to brush your teeth. I ...
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Time to Give Your To-Do List to Someone Else

If you're reading this, chances are you have a "to-do" list. You know how it gets compiled. Something occurs to you. Onto the bottom of the list it goes. In no particular order, just one of those things that need to get done. The years pass. The list ebbs and ...
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The Three Principles of Enduring Health: A Natural Approach to Sustainable Wellness, Energy and Vitality

Sir Winston Churchill once said, "Healthy citizens are the greatest asset any country can have." Similarly, Dr. Shan Hussain feels that a healthy team is the greatest asset any organization can have. The wealth of a company depends on the health of the ...
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Be Happier, Have More Energy, Clearer Thinking and Higher Quality Output

You have worked very hard to get where you are. But are you happy? It's all too common for those at the executive level to have so many important demands on their time and energy pulling them in multiple directions. It's also common to think that burnout, ...
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The Future of Productivity is Now: Three Tech Tips for Doing More with Less

What would life be like if the electronics revolution of the past 30 years hadn't happened? Among other things, my mission of teaching you how to achieve "Maximum Results in Minimum Time®" might have drowned in a sea of carbon paper, adding machine tape, fax ...
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Working Smarter: The Ultimate Approach

Just two tips cover EVERYTHING! There's an amazing community of Work Smarter authors and "How To" experts across the globe. But we're usually never in the same place at the same time. David Burkus, author of Under New Management, just did something no ...
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How to Get the Most Out of Your Legacy Systems

Organizations imprisoned by legacy systems generally have invested in those systems at a level sufficient to keep them running, but insufficient for supporting strategic growth. Further complicating matters, companies saddled with decades-old systems cannot ...
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