It’s okay to fail. In fact, I encourage it. Why? Because It’s not really a failure if you learned a lesson. Every failure is just a growth opportunity in disguise…if you let it be. The next time you fail, stop and ask yourself: What can I do next time to improve the result?
How many gathering points do you have right now? If you’re not sure what that even means, keep reading! You’ll thank me later. Here are two quick definitions you’ll need to know first: • Gathering point – a physical or digital space where anything unprocessed gathers. Some examples include notebooks, email inboxes, or a team … Continue reading “How to reduce switchtasking by minimizing your gathering points”
Schedule your vacation now! Instead of always saying “maybe later,” make plans today for a fun Oasis—or fun break. The idea of pushing fun off for another day is how you end up burned out and exhausted. On the other hand, when you take time to enjoy yourself, you’re more productive at work. It’s a … Continue reading “Success Tip: Enjoy your hard work now. Create your Oasis.”
What’s your purpose? What drives you to get up and go to work each day? For me, it’s about changing lives. My purpose is to help people grow. And when I connect with others while teaching, I’m at my best and feel happiest. Having a purpose—something you deeply believe in and support—can be a continual … Continue reading “Productivity Tip: Purpose increases productivity”
“How can we make these meetings more productive?” If you’ve never asked your team this question, you’re missing a valuable opportunity for growth! After all, even the greatest leaders always have room for improvement. Meetings can be a valuable tool as a leader, as long as they remain productive and results-oriented. Bonus: Asking for your … Continue reading “Why this question will help make meetings more productive”