Do you ever think your boss, or their boss are thinking are you really worth your salary?
The post this week will show you a method I have used to turn an irrational stakeholder into a trusted partner.
When I was a kid, there was a television program called Why Don’t You? that ironically showed you activities you could do with your time rather than spend it watching the television. Their theme tune was Why Don’t You Just Switch Off Your Television And Go Out And Do Something Less Boring Instead?
Well with last week’s post about batching up your email and this week’s post on shortening the batch, I am going to show you how you can finally Switch Off Outlook And Go Out And Do Something Less Boring Instead.
As promised in last week’s post on How to Use Work Boundaries to Find Time for You, this week, we are going to start looking at email overload or as I like to call it email hell. If your prime value to the organisation is to read or respond to an email as quickly as possible then please surf away.…
I got some great feedback from last week’s leadership challenge on how to find more time to spend with your family at the weekend. A lady from the US messaged me and told me how she involves her son in her weekend choirs by making them fun. It takes more time, but precious time spent having fun with her son.…
I have been thinking a lot about my blog over the last few weeks and how I can provide more value to my readers.
My primary goal of my blog is to help my readers, but my goal as a coach is more than that. It is to help my readers make a sustainable change to their lives.
The only way to make a change is to take action. So my blog posts from now on will be based each week on a leadership challenge. A challenge that will help you to take a small step. A step that will move you forward with an important career or life goal.
The downside to you is that you are going to have to do some work as well. The upside though is that you will be moving forward slowly towards a sustainable career and/or life change.
I am 100% willing and able to put the time and effort in each week, but are you?
If you are then let’s get started with this weeks challenge.