Don’t Stretch Yourself Too Thin

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You are a superstar. Everyone knows it. You are the one to turn to when something needs to be done. This usually results in an abundance of requests for assistance. You want to help everyone, but saying yes to everyone isn’t helping them. Worst of all it is not only detrimental to the people you’re […]

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Business Lessons From A Prison Gang

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On an episode of “Lockdown” a prison warden spoke with a member of jailhouse gang. The problem being addressed was that there was a steady stream of contraband coming in and the guards couldn’t figure out how to stop it. Speaking candidly the prisoner stated that they had 24 hours a day to figure out […]

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Make More Time for Your Top Priorities

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Sometimes, small shifts in how you use your time can make the difference between feeling focused and productive at work and feeling exhausted. Give yourself permission to prioritize what’s most important to you, then align your schedule accordingly. For example, put “must do” activities on your calendar and relegate “would like to do” items to a […]

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To Work Less, Rethink How You Spend Your Time

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You want to work less but you can’t imagine how, especially since you feel like you’re already behind. Begin by deciding how much you want to work. Set a target range of hours — for example, 45–50 hours per week — and use that number as a stopping point. If choosing a weekly range is […]

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