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Managing Your Time

We all know there is only 24 hours in the day, 7 days in the week. How can you improve your efficiency, get things done and manage your time the way you've always wished you could?
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How To Leverage Strategic Selfishness To Accomplish More

by Dr Jefferson Yu-Jen Chen & Anne Duggan

Selfishness is unlikely to be listed among the beliefs that highly effective leaders cite as having considerably aided them in motivating their own achievement. This shouldn't come as a surprise because the trait is typically associated with some degree of negativity. Most societies that we are a part of define selfishness as ideas and behaviours that are predominately focused on one's own benefit.

5 Productivity Tips To Get The Most Out Of Your Week

by Andrew May

A survey by Microsoft showed that since the year 2000, the average attention span has dropped from 12 seconds to eight seconds, one second less than a goldfish.

Why Productivity Hacks Won't Help You Be More Productive

by Dr Amantha Imber

When it comes to researching, writing and podcasting about the world of productivity, people - love a good hack. A productivity hack promises us an easy way to achieve so much more in so much less time.

Are You Leaking Time?

By Michael Licenblat

Are you frustrated by inefficiencies that waste time? With everyone wanting to achieve more as quickly as possible, time has become a precious commodity that needs to be used with great care, and protected fiercely. A lot of workplace pressure and 'stress talk' may have their origins in overload of work schedule, but are manifested through inefficiency of time use.

How To Make Better Use Of Your Time And Get More Done

By Donna McGeorge

There's no doubt running your own business is hard work. Often it feels like there are just not enough hours in the day to get things done: pitching for work, doing the work, paying the bills, catching up on paperwork and somehow picking up dinner on the way home.

The Dangers Of Compulsive Multi-tasking

By Michael Licenblat

Leaders today are getting smashed with work. There is more to do than time available, everyone wants a piece of you, and time seems to evaporate into thin air. The temptation to try and keep up with speed results in overload and burnout. The solution lies in breaking the 'always busy' addiction.

Eight Ways To Be A Better Employee

By Kevin Eikenberry

If you work, you are an employee. Many articles are about leadership and how to be more effective in helping others choose to follow in the pursuit of desirable outcomes. But every leader is a member of the team too. Even the CEO, even the owner.

Seven Tips for Maintaining Your Productivity This Holiday Season

By Kevin Eikenberry

The holiday season isn't typically synonymous with productivity, but it can be if you know what to do.

Why Monotasking Is The New Black

By Dr. Jenny Brockis

Surviving in the crazy busy, modern workplace has resulted in our adoption of some new strategies designed to save us time. The problem is no one appears to have done the necessary checks to ensure that these actually work. The one strategy most widely adopted has turned out to be the worst performance-enhancing strategy ever, because it requires us to use our brain in the way it wasn't designed for.

Managing Competing Priorities

By Aubrey Warren

Most of us who are committed to ongoing development and improvement - our own and others' - find ourselves challenged at some point by the apparently obvious fact that we can't do everything. And we certainly can't do everything well. In fact, trying to do so actually stops us from achieving excellence.

Get Rid Of Brain Clutter

By Gayle Lantz

Many people express concern about being able to manage their time well. But better time management isn't the only solution to feeling overwhelmed. You may have a case of 'brain clutter'.

Time Is Limited - How To Use It Wisely

By Sue Hirst

Time management often crops up as an issue for business people. People often say "I just don't have enough time to get everything done". They complain of trying to do everything and getting staff to help. If time is limited, what we have to work on, is the tasks we need to get done in that time. It's about having a clear understanding of what those tasks are, or should be, and prioritising objectives and actions.

Can't Get It All Done?

By Gayle Lantz

If you feel like you're racing through your day trying to 'get it all done' - be careful. You might be doing more harm than good.

Too Many Interruptions? It's Your Own Fault

By Gihan Perera

After you read every people management, time management, and leadership book available, one of the most useful pieces of advice is to avoid interruptions, while still being available to your team when they need you. In brief, you use some sort of signal that you don't want to be interrupted - closing your office door, putting an object on top of your monitor, or turning your chair at a certain angle.

Time Management Strategies That Pay Off

by Dr. Alan Zimmerman

If you had two $100 bills and ninety-eight $1 bills in your hand and a sudden gust of wind blew them out of your hand and down the street, what strategy would you use to pick them up? If you start with the bills closest to you and work your way to the others, you are probably efficiency-minded. If you go directly to where the $100 bills are and get those first, you are effectiveness-minded.

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