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”
What can you do if you’re surrounded by people who are addicted to multitasking? This week’s question comes from Brandon in Colorado Springs, Colorado. He asks: Q: I just finished reading The Myth of Multitasking and really enjoyed it. It seemed like most of the suggestions applied to someone who is a CEO or a … Continue reading “Surrounded by multitaskers? Here’s what to do – Pick Dave’s Brain”
Could you pass the insanity test? This week’s question comes from David in Salem, West Virginia. He asks: I’m following your time management training program, yet often I find I’m putting appointments on my calendar and then not completing them—often because I underestimate how long it takes to complete other tasks. How do you deal … Continue reading “How To Get Work Done Without Stretching Yourself Thin – Pick Dave’s Brain”
This week’s insightful question comes from Matt in Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Q: I’m following your Time Management Fundamentals program on LinkedIn Learning. One issue I am running into is that my reading—such as news articles, magazines, and industry info—starts to pile up. How would you suggest I handle that?
This week’s question comes from Chelsea in Clearfield, Utah. She asks: Q: Hi Dave, I manage employees who occasionally reach out to me after business hours. How do I stop employees from encroaching on my personal time, while still being supportive of them?