Have you ever found yourself swimming under a sea of paperwork, emails, and projects? Whether you work for another company in an office building or for yourself at home, it can be such a challenge trying to finish all of the mounting tasks you have each day. How can you finish anything if you can barely keep your head above water? Well, here are four ways you can start winning your day at the office.
1. Organize Your Work Space
Are you struggling to find…Continue
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Last week in my blog, we reviewed in general the 4 main different personalities used in DISC. Over the next few weeks, we will look at the different personality styles in the workplace.
Early in my career, I worked as a temporary for a fortune 500 company. Each year, they would hire an entire group of temporaries during tax season to…Continue
Physical clutter does not only mess up our workspace, it messes with our brain. Research shows that when we are surrounded by messy things, we feel stress, a loss of focus, decreased productivity and a much lower ability to be creative. Take a look at your office. If it fills you with an indescribable feeling of dread, it may be time to make a change and tackle that clutter!…Continue
As Entrepreneurs we all know how quickly ideas pop in to our mind, but we need to always pick the ones to focus on and set goals to achieve and move forward on our dreams. I am a recycled craft artist from Sunny San Diego, California and I have some wonderful ways you can organize dreams, ideas, inspirations and goals in your home! Below are some of the wonderful home decor and craft tutorials that can get your wheels spinning on fun and stylish ways to display your ideas in your…Continue
To stimulate creativity and get my mojo moving in the right direction, sometimes I pack up my laptop and office essentials and head to one of my favorite coffee shops. If you follow me on Facebook on …Continue
Don’t you just hate it when some people get ahead by being great “brown-nosers”? You know, those people who just seem to be favored by the people higher on the food chain at work. They’re the ones that the rest of us describe as going out of their way to be phony in order to get ahead.
I’ll admit that early in my career, it bothered me a lot. I was part of that huddle of…Continue
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The things we do each day have built upon something that preceded it. Nothing just appears, as it’s all about preparation. You need to always prepare.
Even the thoughts you think are all thoughts you are thinking because you are prepared to. The ideas you get are ideas that you’re prepared to have. You’re…Continue
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I used to not be able to say this, but now… Well, I’ll admit that I can move about freely with my work being that it is pretty much mobile. I’ll go and sit in different locations, and especially when I’m feeling stuffy in my own office…Continue
Added by Robert de Brus on April 17, 2012 at 4:00am — No Comments
Inert (adj.) – Having no inherent ability to move or to resist motion.
Does this describe the clutter on your desk and in your office? Matter is inert. Files are inert. Books are inert….. You get the idea. To de-clutter your working space, you need to make matter mobile, meaning, PICK IT UP AND PUT IT AWAY!
As busy as we all are, sometimes it is just way too easy to let things get out of hand and then we are left staring at a pile of files that are…Continue
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This is a common question.
And after starting up teams in more than 14 countries I've put together this video to help explain DISC across geographic boundaries.
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Top 5 X 5 about Working from Home
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These tips are for the office...Use outdated letterhead for in-house memos or scratch paper...If you have a mailing list (for snail mail), remove duplicate names/addresses and update your mailing addresses regularly to save paper and reduce postage costs...Print addresses directly on the envelopes instead of using labels...Reduce, reuse, recycle!
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