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”
This week’s question comes from Richard in New South Wales, Australia: Q: Hi, Dave! I started my company over thirty years ago and I’m still going to work every day. Most are young people in the office. My question is, what is the most effective way to communicate my knowledge and experience with them as … Continue reading “How to share your wisdom with the next generation – 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 question comes from Yasmine in the UK: Q: Hi Dave! How should I reconnect with people in my social network that I haven’t spoken to in years? What is the best way to do this without sounding weird?
Have anything fun planned? That is typically my go-to question when trying to make small talk with people. It’s a simple question, but an important one. Here in the U.S., summer just kicked off. The kids are out of school, the chiming melody of ice cream trucks sweeps through neighborhoods roughly three times … Continue reading “Happy Oasis Month!”