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The Power Of Chunking

The Power Of Chunking

How much free time do you have these days? Did that question just make you laugh out loud? These days, we are pulled in so many directions and we have so many demands placed on our personal and professional lives that the idea of free time usually stays just that — an idea. But what […]

All You Need to Know About Performance Management Without Ratings

All You Need to Know About Performance Management Without Ratings

A lot of changes are occurring in performance management. A 2015 Bersin by Deloitte survey of more than 7,000 business and HR leaders from around the world found that more than two-thirds of companies surveyed said they were redesigning their performance management practices. And one aspect many of those organizations said they were rethinking was traditional performance […]

4 Steps to Mastering the Art of Focus

4 Steps to Mastering the Art of Focus

Q: I get distracted easily, whether it’s my co-worker chatting with me or an interesting Facebook post. How can I improve my focus? A: Have you ever attended an NBA game? In the final minutes of close games, the losing team usually resorts to a strategy of intentionally fouling the other team. When a player […]

5 Ways You’re Wasting Time Without Even Realizing It

5 Ways You’re Wasting Time Without Even Realizing It

We all waste time, so don’t try and kid yourself. Whether you’re a young kid at a temp job trying to relieve your boredom by browsing the Internet or an experienced CEO who can’t focus on what he needs to, time-wasting is painfully common in workplaces all across the U.S. According to recent data, the […]

The Power of Saying ‘No’

The Power of Saying ‘No’

As entrepreneurs we hear “no” on a regular basis. It’s almost like it’s part of the job description. To try and counteract some of that negativity, we say yes — a lot. Being on the receiving end of a no can be brutal, but saying yes to everything isn’t going to make up for that. […]

Be on Time

Be on Time

Have you ever had to wait for someone who is running late without an excuse? Does this happen frequently with the same friend or coworker? If so, you understand the importance of punctuality. Punctuality is essential in all areas of life if you want to have respect from family, friends, and coworkers. An occasional lapse […]

The 7 Rules of Personal Productivity

The 7 Rules of Personal Productivity

In Real Leaders Don’t Follow, Steve Tobak explains how real entrepreneurs can start, build, and run successful companies in highly competitive global markets. He provides unique insights from an insider perspective to help you make better-informed business and leadership decisions. In this edited excerpt, Tobak explains the 7 rules he follows every day in order […]

The 80/20 Rule of Time Management: Stop Wasting Your Time

The 80/20 Rule of Time Management: Stop Wasting Your Time

Small-business owners waste their time on what I call $10 an hour work, like running to get office supplies. Meanwhile, they forgo the activities that earn $1,000 an hour, such as sending the right email to the right person, or negotiating a lucrative contract, or convincing a client to do more business with you. Entrepreneurs […]

Women should try a variety of leadership styles in order to gain influence

Women should try a variety of leadership styles in order to gain influence

Compared with men, women are spending more time on housework, less time in the office and more time on work activities that may hold back their careers. Here are three steps that women can take to offset these differences and move their careers forward: 1. Know how you spend your time: It’s easy to fall […]

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