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”
Work-life “balance” or work-life “synergy” or neither one? This week’s question comes from Steve in Appeldoorn, The Netherlands. Q: Do you think the term work-life balance is really effective and accurate? I like to use “work-life synergy” and find it to be more effective. Isn’t working toward balance a less effective approach to take?
If you’re bad at playing volleyball, does that make you bad at multitasking? This week’s question comes from Martin in Utah. Q: My partner and I are multitasking at the partnership level. How can we more effectively manage projects as partners to make sure that we’re always working on the most important thing?
This week’s challenging question comes from Zeya, in Ontario, Canada: Q: How do I prioritize ideas in my head? Often I start working on one project, but suddenly think of the other projects that I need to work on, and then the process gets scattered.
“Lo que muy bien se aprende, nunca se olvida.” Did you have a high school Spanish teacher that made you repeat that line over and over? If you did, you know the translation: A well-learned lesson is never forgotten. Then life happens and, POOF, all the notes you took from books, seminars, and Spanish 101 … Continue reading “The Best Way to Retain Information”