The NeuroLeadership Institute, a leading global research organization and the pioneer of bringing neuroscience to leadership, reports that we are only truly focused for an average of six hours a week. A week!
Given that we are working with only 3.5 percent of our week, it’s pretty important that we make those few hours count. That’s where focus comes in.
Here are some tips and tricks to help you become less distracted and work more efficiently by improving your focus.
Are you stressed with a never-ending to-do list? But you still say yes to new obligations. People say no to you all the time, don’t they? So why is it so hard for you to do the same? In business, the ability to say no can at times be more critical than saying yes. Fortunately, there are ways to decline politely, effectively, and professionally. There is power in the Do Nots . . .
Wouldn’t it be nice to know where all your documents are and to stop wasting time searching? Not only will an organized digital filing system save you time, but reducing clutter on your computer can improve the speed of your computer! Here are some techniques used by productivity and organizational experts to help stop the digital clutter and get organized.
We all know the line can get very blurry when the home and office environments are united, so finding tools to clear the haze really helps. Juggling a home office and a home life can be challenging, but there are devices, techniques, and processes to make your home office more productive, more efficient, and more bearable!
Did you know that clutter has a major impact on your emotional, mental, physical, and spiritual well-being? A clutter-free and organized workspace will help you to think more clearly and to focus on what needs to get done. It allows room for new, refreshing energy and ideas. It can also increase efficiency and productivity and…
A professional headshot is essential to the brand of your company and to you as a business person. It can be the difference between landing and losing out on that make-or-break contract. Yet many of us think that just because we have a camera or a smartphone, we are perfectly capable of taking a great headshot and we can save a few dollars in the meantime. A business headshot should really be left to the professionals. Follow these dos and don’ts and you are sure to see the value of investing in making the right first impression.
In the past 20 years , the ways in which we communicate in the workplace have changed dramatically. At one time, a day in the office consisted of hours on the phone with clients, suppliers, and business partners; now we have the option to email, text, or even video chat with our business contacts. Here are some insights into what to do and what not to do to ensure you maintain proper business communication etiquette.