Urgent is an addiction it’s time to break the cycle
We all need a barrier to entry for our work.
If you're asking "How can I get all this done?", you're asking the wrong question.
You don't Do anymore, you Lead
In about 45 minutes you will start to lose the people in your meeting, and there isn't a dman thing you can do about it.
Lets face it, in general, meetings suck. There’s been a lot written on the subject, the consensus being that meetings have become a liability; a huge time suck that pulls people away from doing any actual work and into rooms to talk about things that they don’t really care about. We’ve all been there, checking … Continue reading Meetings
Workflow is, essentially, how you get things done. It is how you move a task or a project from arriving in your world through to execution and, eventually, completion. You may have workflows for different tasks, end to end, or you may have generic workflows that you put all tasks though; for the most part … Continue reading Workflows
For those of you who have read my profile you will know that I work for a large, FTSE 100 company , in the UK. I have worked for this organisation for more than 15 years, and in that time I have seen a lot of new faces, so I have developed a little list … Continue reading Saying No
“I just don’t have the time.” Have, have the time. Or maybe, from the last post, my favourite; “Oh, your so lucky that you have the time.” There’s that word again, have. From ownership we have to take action, once you have accepted that your time is to control as you see fit, we now … Continue reading Have vs. Make
“Oh I would love to be able to do that, but I just have too many meetings.” Have you ever said this to someone? How about, “You’re lucky that you have the time to do that.” I hear that one all the time, the implication being that I somehow have an extra hour or two … Continue reading Your Time