Stop for a moment and take a look at the desk in front of you. What do you see? Is it a mess of receipts, sticky notes, reminders, food wrappers, business cards and other clutter? You aren’t alone. Many of us experience disorganization in our lives. But there are several reasons why staying organized should always be a priority.
Work smarter, not harder! Learn to really squeeze out every ounce of productive energy you are capable of with these four checkpoints of productivity.
Many people spend more time at work than they do at home, with their family or with their friends. While it seems like an utter travesty, the facts remain unchanged, so it’s important that you have a good relationship with your work environment, whether that’s the people you work with or the space in which you work. Here are a few ideas that will help.
Passion is perhaps the most motivational trait of the Seven Influence Traits™. Is passion necessary for life and living? No, but it is necessary for a better life and better living. In short, living a life that makes you feel deeply, passionately alive.
Influence has become a major buzz word in the last few years. Major corporations are investing billions of dollars to build employees’ morale, confidence, and skills. They hold conferences in Vegas, workshops in the New Mexico desert, team-building retreats in the mountains of the Pacific Northwest.
This is done all in the effort to increase their influence. Is it working? Maybe. Could it work faster? Yes. Might they get better, long-lasting results? Yes.
Passion for your work is just as important as passion in a relationship. It keeps things new and exciting and keeps you wanting more. People can see your passion and they respond to it positively, whether they’re employees or clients. So you can see how important it is to keep that flame burning for your company. Here are a few tips to keep the passion alive at your job.
When you keep your office organized, it keeps your life more organized and efficient. Read about five simple tips to keep your office in good order.
We’ve all had a case of the Mondays. Maybe it’s the Hump Day Blues or Friday simply isn’t coming fast enough. So how do we get through our work weeks without always playing the waiting game for Friday? I don’t know about you, but Fridays sometimes don’t signify the end of my work week. That means that Friday’s just another day for me. I have to find other ways to get excited about my current day and the ones ahead. So today, I wanted to share with you my three favorite ways of adding some “wow” to my weeks. Maybe they’ll make you go “wow,” too!
People buy into success as being long hours, tedious tasks and always putting out fires. Those tasks are part of success but not the main force. Visualizing what smarter means aids in making it happen. Here are a few tips on working smarter, hence easier!
Making something simpler is hard work. With practice it does get easier. But first you need to understand the two foundations of creating simplicity: human nature and human needs.