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The Female Brain at Work
Coming soon…A collaborative learning event! The Female Brain at Work Did you know that women have naturally occurring brain power that gives us distinct advantages in the work world? Brain science doesn’t lie, and neither do we. Join the panel of specialists in Productivity, Leadership and Communications, ... Read More »
April 9, 2013
"For the simplicity on this side of complexity, I wouldn't give you a fig. But for the simplicity on the other side of complexity, for that I would give you anything I have."
— Oliver Wendell Holmes Sr.
August 22, 2012
Nothing like a broken arm to get lessons in delegation. Just as we were putting together our latest e-book, Strength through Delegation: Secrets of Women in Control, I broke my right arm (and I’m right-handed) just below the wrist. My arm has been in a cast for three weeks, from above the elbow to down ... Read More »
August 5, 2012
Technology Tools or Toys?
We recently polled a webinar audience, asking them how many internet enabled devices they currently owned. It was not surprising to hear that at least 1/3 of our audience counted 7 to 10 devices in their personal technology inventory. Smartphones, laptops, PDA’s, tablets, book readers, gaming devices. The list goes on and on. Wow….Why so ... Read More »
June 21, 2012
40 Hours: Enforce It
The 40-hour work week has been getting some great publicity lately: This comprehensive article by Sara Robinson of AlterNet was picked up by Salon.com Laura Vanderkam writes in the Wall Street Journal that we don’t work as hard as we think we do Inc.com anthologized, stating: The clear takeaway here is to stop staying at ... Read More »
April 12, 2012
The Time Log: How Ctrl-Q Changed My Life
To prepare for our upcoming time management training series, I’m using myself as the guinea pig. So I’m adopting some new habits to keep my days in line with my plans. Back when I was a full-time freelance writer, I created a spreadsheet that I could use as my own personal timesheet. For each activity ... Read More »
March 29, 2012
The “Overwhelm” Thread
Yesterday I was feeling overwhelmed. And I said to myself, “Self, you help others with productivity. What would you tell me to do to escape the awful, paralyzing feeling?” And Self just had the same old answers, many of which involved food. So I went to my network on Facebook and posed this question: “How ... Read More »
February 29, 2012
Best Business Habits
The Step We Skip
How many of us find ourselves believing that all we need to win the big productivity race is the latest iPad or smartphone? And with all the gadgets we have for working and thinking faster, why do we still fail to get it all done? With all this human progress, why is it still difficult ... Read More »
February 3, 2012
4 Big Lies: A Consultant’s Dilemma
I’ll be the first to admit how working on the “4 Big Lies” webinar exposed the ways that I have bought in to the 4 Big Lies. I will only speak for myself–Judy’s experience may be different. I’ll claim that I worked too many extra hours on our presentation. Was it overwork? Overkill? Dedicating my ... Read More »
January 11, 2012
Taking Back Time
Multitasking: Some Folks Do
Are you a multitasker? Is it working well for you? We're very interested in what makes multitasking effective for some people. Or for others, is it just busyness, which gives people the illusion of effectiveness?
December 20, 2011
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