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Almost every day, I receive an email with a .PDF attachment that someone wants me to fill out, sign and get back to them ASAP. Sound familiar?
This annoys me for two reasons… I have to 1. print it and 2. figure out how to get it back to them.
Secrets for success
advice from someone who knows
...DON’T LET THAT HOLD YOU BACK.
Olson uses Thursdays to work on projects that will drive his company forward. "The rest of the week is spent assisting customers, working with suppliers, and putting out the countless fires that come up daily," he says. "I think most managers and CEOs never actually catch up with their workload—I know in 15 years I have never sat back and said, ‘Well I am all caught up so let me start a new project.’ Without this day to plan for the future, I would stay mired in the minutiae of day-to-day operations."
– Source: FastCompany
From an article about something entirely different, this simple strategy
overcomes a hurdle we all face – our work is never done.
Schedule a recurring day to work on projects that propel you forward.
I cannot emphasize enough that effective communication is essential for productive outcomes. Confidently, I declare that ineffective communication is THE cause of all stress and wasted resources in the workplace (dare I say Life in general!).
Today, if you want to capture someone’s attention… you must learn the art of 21st century communication. I am not talking about professional writing, literature, or poetry in this entry - I’m talking about emails, texts, phone calls, and face-to-face conversations. The kinds of communication that keeps productivity flowing.
Read on for a list of communication secrets...
“Eat a live frog first thing in the morning and nothing worse
Quit grinding your gears and glean a little insight from my trade secrets.