Larry Kim — April 8, 2019 Follow @larrykim — April 8, 2019 Surely meetings weren’t designed to be useless time sucks that everyone dreads until the minute they’re over. You’ve likely been part of the drill at some point. Entire teams and departments shuffle into the boardroom; a few key people speak and make decisions, … Continue reading How LinkedIn’s CEO Eliminates Useless Meetings
Melissa Ingold — April 8, 2019 Follow @timefreedombiz — April 8, 2019 Since we’re all talented, driven business owners around here, we know that being an entrepreneur can be tiring, overwhelming, and challenging. In fact, in the U.S., 45% of entrepreneurs are more likely than other workers to report experiencing stress a lot of the … Continue reading Could Your Business Be Leading You Towards Burnout? Do a Self-Assessment Using the 5 Stages of Burnout
Dave Brock — April 4, 2019 Follow @davidabrock — April 4, 2019 What are the consequences of doing nothing/not changing? The answer to this question is the single most important issue in every sales opportunity. Yet, when I ask this question in deal reviews, fewer than 5% of sales people can respond. If the customer … Continue reading What Are the Consequences of Doing Nothing?
Janet Fouts — April 1, 2019 Follow @jfouts — April 1, 2019 Every single person in the world either has experienced or will experience terrible loss and hurdles to overcome at some point in their lifetime. These things can be terrifying, even emotionally or psychologically disabling. The stress can make us more rigid and prone … Continue reading Life is Going to Hit the Fan. So What Can You Do?
Graham Jones — March 31, 2019 Follow @grahamjones — March 31, 2019 Web search is often wasting time for you. There, I have said it. Google is a master illusionist. It makes you think you are working when you are not. The reason is simple, you can get an answer to any question within seconds. … Continue reading Why Are So Many People Wasting Time With Web Search?
Taylor Gordon — March 29, 2019 — March 29, 2019 There comes a time in business when we sit back and realize we’re doing too much. We have 10 projects that we’re juggling, we’re working with multiple clients, we’re doing podcast interviews, and more. Our time is stretched thin and we feel overwhelmed. It’s normal … Continue reading How to Beat Business Overwhelm
Zak Mustapha — March 29, 2019 Follow @zakmustapha — March 29, 2019 Don’t you just feel stuck? Sometimes you’re just grinding through the day, doing all these things… But you feel like you’re not achieving as much as you hoped for. I mean at the speed everything is moving, you’re probably not going to hit … Continue reading 8 Influential Entrepreneurs Share Their Productivity Hacks
Kenna Griffin — March 29, 2019 — March 29, 2019 I love productivity. I know that’s probably a strange thing to say, but productivity and leadership are two subjects that I just never feel I can learn enough about. In fact, I’ve often joked that if I actually did things in the time I spend … Continue reading 9 Steps to a More Productive You
John Rampton — March 27, 2019 — March 27, 2019 rawpixel / Pixabay I recently caught up with an old friend. The first thing he asked was, “How are things goin’?” I replied, “Busy.” That “busy” response was automatic, and I’d even say it’s probably the most common response anyone would receive from entrepreneurs and … Continue reading Busy vs Productive: 9 Ways To Be Productive, Not Busy
Peter Götz — March 26, 2019 — March 26, 2019 Scrum and Kanban are a great combination. With this insight more and more Scrum Teams become aware of terms and phrases used in Kanban. Like ‘WIP’. When I have used this acronym in the past I have read it as ‘work in progress’. In his … Continue reading WIP – Work in… What?