To take a nap, or not to take a nap, is Mark’s question for me. The answer lies in your body’s natural circadian and ultradian rhythms. Before we get into that a bit more, perhaps you are wondering how you can submit a question to me as Mark from Vienna did? It’s easy! You can … Continue reading “How finding your rhythm boosts productivity”
When you keep unresolved tasks in your mind, they’ll keep popping up to grab your attention. This will disrupt your workflow and ability to stay focused. Instead, use an approved gathering point, such as a digital notepad, to capture those great ideas, and schedule time to deal with them later. Visit DaveCrenshaw.com/Time for more information and time management … Continue reading “Don’t use your mind like a post-it note!”
This past weekend my family and I escaped the hectic schedules of everyday life and stayed at a beautiful place called the High Country Lodge in Wyoming. Being here reminded me of a principle I teach in my course, Improving Your Focus, about creating a digital free zone. This place is a HUGE digital free zone where you … Continue reading “How a digital free zone improves focus”
We can’t expect perfection of people while they are still learning and growing. In fact, we should expect them to fail…and that’s a good thing. When someone makes a mistake, use it as a coaching opportunity. Explore what caused the error to occur, and then help your team member learn how to remove it.
I had an interesting conversation with my Lyft driver today on the way to a local speaking event that tied in with the topic I was going to speak on at the Davis Conference Center in Layton, Utah. We were discussing how he has a side business as a nutritional coach and that even though … Continue reading “How education fails without accountability”