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3 Steps to Transform Your To-Do List

3 Steps to Transform Your To-Do List

“Most people overestimate what they can do in one year and underestimate what they can do in ten years.” – Bill Gates Change one year to one day and ten years to one year and the same applies. We tend to overestimate what we can do in a day and underestimate what we can do » Read More


5 Challenges for Your Living Tombstone


“What do you want written on your tombstone?”   The question has been posed over and over, challenging people to pause and consider what they want their lives and legacy to ultimately be.  There are so many things that could be said…   “He was a good man…  I told you I was sick…  She » Read More


Fighting Fires Instead of Leading? You Might Be Suffering from Attention Deficit Trait

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As a leader, do you sometimes feel like you’re dashing from one emergency to the next? If so, you’re like thousands of other leaders, struggling to stay on top of everything that’s coming at you, balancing multiple priorities, and unable to get ahead of the power curve. Thinking about the future and your long-term strategy » Read More


Vacations: Who needs them anyway?


The answer is we all do, whether we know it or not! But not necessarily in the traditional sense. It’s all about balance. I have known great leaders to take time off beautifully and others to feel they never can or need to. But in the age of ideas, it’s a proven fact that your » Read More


Time Management Tips to Reduce Stress: Part II

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In Part I, we discussed the first three steps to better manage your time. Remember, time management is the act of exercising conscious control over how you spend your time in an attempt to increase efficiency or productivity. The key words here are conscious control. Time management is impossible without the person making an honest » Read More


Time Management Tips to Reduce Stress: Part I


One critical habit to address in reducing workplace stress involves your productive and non-productive use of time. How you manage your time is directly correlated to your stress levels. Some stress is normal. In fact, the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety states that stress is often what provides us with the energy and » Read More

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