Years ago I had a standing desk built in my office so I could stand while working. It’s improved my energy and productivity. This trend is catching on.Read the Post→
Everyone should have access to a paper shredder. Large companies often have a bin on-site that is regularly picked up by a shredding service or can hire a company to bring a truck on-site to shred the results of a major office clean-out. But what about the small or home office? A file clean-out often produces too much volume for a home-office shredder to handle, but not enough volume to warrant the expense of an on-site shredding truck.Read the Post→
I was contacting applicants who were applying for an entry-level position and was stunned by how they handle their cell phones. It’s competitive out there people! With many applicants for few positions, it doesn’t take much to be eliminated from the pool of candidates. Here are a few simple tips for folks who are looking […]Read the Post→
t’s easy for an office to get out of control, organization-wise. Things come into your space with very little effort, but it requires time and effort — even if just a little bit of both — to get things out of that space.
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For years I’ve been suggesting to clients — and anyone else who will listen — to use time in the car to think– and to STAY OFF OF THE PHONE. I’m not a fan of multitasking in most cases, and talking on the phone (or worse, texting) is a multitasking habit that can have, and has had, grave consequences.
Statistics show that being on the phone is akin to driving drunk. It reduces brain activity associated with driving by 37%. For those who say talking on the phone is the same as talking to a passenger,