This week’s question comes from Adam: Q: In your Time Management Fundamentals class online, you recommended a brain dump where you take everything that you know you have to do and put it down in writing someplace. I’m hoping to find someone to help me do that. Would you give me some guidance please on … Continue reading “What to do when your brain is full of to-dos – Pick Dave’s Brain”
This week’s question comes from Ran in Montreal, Canada. He asks: Q: I’m also in the training industry, but find it hard to compete because entrepreneurs have so many free resources. What worked for you in the beginning when you were getting your start? What would you advise me to do?
This week’s question comes from Johnny in Redmond, Washington. He asks: Q: Hi! I’m an international student in 10th grade, and I’m looking to improve my time management habits. I watched your “Time Management Fundamentals” course on LinkedIn Learning. How can I use your method most effectively with Omnifocus?
Do you have enough homes for all your stuff? This week’s question comes from Stephanie in Beaverton, Oregon. She writes: Q: I took your Time Management Fundamentals course on Lynda in LinkedIn Learning. You mentioned having six trays on hand while you’re going through the course. What are those six trays for? I can’t seem … Continue reading “How stacking trays make for lovely homes, not gathering points – Pick Dave’s Brain”
Stuck in a sales slump? Convinced yourself that you’re getting bad leads, the market is in a down-cycle, and all the fat cats at City Hall are sticking it to the little guy? Maybe. Then again, it could be that those skills could use a little sharpening. Sales skills are like a chef’s knife. Honed … Continue reading “How Dull Sales Skills Sell Yourself Short”