There’s no question that work life can be overbooked, overwhelming and stressful. A goal you may have is to get the things done that are important to you and still maintain some kind of sanity. In almost every case, you have enormous control over just how much you get done and yet you may not exercise that control as much as you could.Read the Post→
We’ve all been there. Putting things off that need to be done. It can be a big thing like getting in shape. Or a small thing like writing a proposal. You know you’ll feel better if you get started or better yet, get it done but instead of launching into itRead the Post→
You have a project to do and the deadline is looming. Or worse, the deadline is self-imposed and therefore fluid. But completing this project will make a difference and it’s gnawing away at your brain. You’re motivated because the boss is breathing down your neck (negative motivation), or will perhaps generate revenue for you (positive motivation). But you’re also a little paralyzed.
So what to do?Read the Post→
You’re at work and you’ve got your To Do list. It’s prioritized with the most important tasks at the top of the list and you’re just about ready to jump in and Get Stuff Done. But the first task is something you’re not really fond of doing. So, you decide it would be a good idea to check email just to make certain something more important hasn’t come in that would take precedence over the unpleasant #1 task already on your list.
And there it is.Read the Post→
One of the biggest challenges during the workday is focusing. And the most difficult things to focus on are often the things we may not like or may not feel comfortable doing. Tasks that range from making sales calls to starting a big project to writing a proposal to the mind-numbing task of filing. Ugh.Read the Post→