Do you struggle with those “New Year Resolutions” and how to stay focused on all the new goals each year? I have a better idea. Ask yourself what result you want at the end of 2019, rather than resolutions. Even better, pick ONE result and focus your energy on accomplishing it by December 31, 2019. … Continue reading “Why a result is better than a resolution”
I’m in Arizona about to speak at an event—however, I am recording it in November. You are seeing it now because I actually take off the entire month of December for an extended oasis with my family. Sure, I check email here and there, but most of the time is spent enjoying time off. I … Continue reading “Why taking an Oasis is important for productivity”
Inboxes, whether for your email or your physical stuff, are not storage places. Instead, empty out gathering points like this every week. Deal with each item one at a time, either by throwing it away or moving it to a less distracting permanent home, like an archive. Find more time management tips at DaveCrenshaw.com/time.
I’m in Phoenix, Arizona about to do a workshop with Camden Living on the Myth of Multitasking. If you aren’t familiar with what I teach on this topic or in my course Time Management Fundamentals, it’s all about how we lose SO much time switching back and forth between tasks. We lose an entire work … Continue reading “How to stop email from taking over your day”
If you want someone to master a system, let them practice using roleplaying and guided exercises. No one’s ever become more muscular just by watching a coach lift weights. During practicing, provide feedback and correction as needed. Make small corrections to guide people toward habits that get the best possible results. Learn more about booking … Continue reading “Why practice—with a little guidance—makes perfect!”