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9 01, 2014

10 questions to ask yourself for the new year

Thu, Jan 9, 2014|Filed in: Bookmarks|Topics: , , |Comments Off on 10 questions to ask yourself for the new year

From William Arruda in Forbes: Do you find yourself recycling the same New Year’s goals year after year? If so, you may believe that success just keeps drifting farther away from reach. Launching a new year should be exhilarating! It’s time to ditch those ridiculous resolutions and put yourself on a true path to renewal. The following powerful questions will provoke powerful responses.  Pay attention to your immediate answers and how these questions make you feel. This process will reveal an inspiring, effective action plan that will help you increase your influence, success and happiness at work in the coming year. · Go to 10 questions to ask yourself for the new year →

24 06, 2013

Front-load your week plus 3 other stress-busting time management strategies

Mon, Jun 24, 2013|Filed in: Bookmarks|Topics: , |Comments Off on Front-load your week plus 3 other stress-busting time management strategies

From 99%: We know that creativity can flourish when our minds are free to wander during unstructured time. However, a completely open calendar can lead to a day consumed by reactionary work. This is why, paradoxically, the secret to maximizing your freedom of choice is to increase the structure in your day-to-day life. · Go to Front-load your week plus 3 other stress-busting time management strategies →

24 06, 2013

The deal on deadlines and what they teach us

Mon, Jun 24, 2013|Filed in: Bookmarks|Topics: , |Comments Off on The deal on deadlines and what they teach us

From Scott Belsky: For some teams, deadlines are a science. For others, deadlines are more of an art. For all, deadlines are a daunting yet necessary component of any project. Especially with a creative process that is, by its very essence, free-flowing and often difficult to forecast, deadlines cause frustrating but necessary tensions for small businesses and teams within large companies alike. · Go to The deal on deadlines and what they teach us →

26 04, 2013

Tips for managing multiple editorial calendars on the go

Fri, Apr 26, 2013|Filed in: Bookmarks|Topics: , , , , |Comments Off on Tips for managing multiple editorial calendars on the go

From Marketing.ai: A typical marketing manager will have a team of content creators working under them on a variety of different content items. They may be working on several different campaigns simultaneously with output going to websites, social media and content sharing platforms for video, slides or ebooks. Managing all of these people and tasks can become overwhelming as multiple deadlines start to loom, while strategy for the upcoming months must also be planned. · Go to Tips for managing multiple editorial calendars on the go →

14 08, 2012

Lessons In productive procrastination

Tue, Aug 14, 2012|Filed in: Bookmarks|Topics: , , , , |Comments Off on Lessons In productive procrastination

From FastCompany: Frank Partnoy describes himself as an inveterate procrastinator — and the banker/lawyer/author is not convinced that’s a bad thing. His book Wait: The Art and Science of Delay is an investigation into his own habits of prolonged decision-making and the shortsightedness that pervaded crisis-era finance. Fast Company talked with Partnoy about when to make decisions, how to manage time, and why better-paid people are less happy. · Go to Lessons In productive procrastination →

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