Working as a business coach requires you to "eat your own dogfood". Today, my dogfood helped me salvage a productive day after a personal distraction sucked about 2 hours of my day away. The dog food today: Smart Time Management.
How does the Time Management "dogfood" help fire fighting?
Many of my clients discuss "fighting fires" to describe the interruptions and crises that occur tha...
Recently I worked with my friend Sarah who said she needed help within her time management. Her frustration stems from distractions with other work that keeps her from her primary goal; selling more insurance.
When Sarah focuses on selling more policies, she grows her income as she is paid commission only on selling new policies. Her agency also wins when she sells a new policy. So wh...
As a Generation X member, I remember reading the research about my generation written by the Boomers and chuckling about the bias I perceived in the work from the “old” people generalizing about my generation. Because of that experience, I know that Millennials are more loyal to mentors than managers. This is true because so are the older generations.
Mentor Instead of Manage
With my c...
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With the right changes in mindsets and habits, you can break free from feeling overworked, overwhelmed, frustrated or like a prisoner to your business. It’s time to fully Feed Your Dreams and Starve Your Fears.