Hire your own "thinking partner" to help you process and deal with current issues and plans for the future. Your focus may include:
- Preparing for your next-level leadership position
- Improving communications and relationships
Time management is an illusion. You are making choices about your life, not time. If you are aware of these choices, time can be an asset instead of a problem.
Do you have nice things but little time to enjoy them? I think this dilemma will be the demise of "being civilized." Do you even have time to read this post?
Are you a victim of your overloaded inbox and never-ending to-do list? If you have trouble putting down the phone and walking away from the computer, you may be a suffering "completionist."
Five lessons for how to take risks and make daily decisions that I learned from hiking the mountains near my home.
How often do you feel that you are rushing and have no time?
Have you ever considered that you might lose more time rushing to be punctual than if you took your eyes off the clock for a few moments? Here is a more healthy and practical way to deal with time.
After finding cat food strewn around the kitchen floor with globs of it dropped in the water bowl, I realized we had a raccoon invasion. This continued for several nights even after we put the cat food in the kitchen sink.
I called my brother in San Francisco who has had a continual problem with raccoons breaking in through his cat door. He said there was nothing I could do except
I am in the process of moving my home. Again. I do this every three to five years.
My girlfriend asked me when I was going to stop moving, as if I were filling in for some inadequacy.
I don't know why I like to move, but I do seem to have to shake up my life every three to five years with a house, a new direction for my work, or
This happened ten years ago when it was easier to delete email. I miss those days, and I miss my best "coach cat" PK who has since passed on.
One over-booked morning, I knew I only had about five minutes before a client was going to call. I turned on the computer, promising myself that I would not read my e-mail. I just wanted to see how many were