time management

Leaders help their teams to do less so they can accomplish more

I admit it, I rarely enjoy the checkout experience at the grocery store despite the fact that I’ve met some funny, kind, and engaging people while waiting in line.  It’s the bagging of my purchases that makes my blood pressure rise.  Part of me thinks that there is an unofficial contest between cashiers to see who can get the most products in the smallest number of bags.  My cashier may win, but I always seem to lose, as I struggle to move the bulging bags even a few feet.

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7 post vacation tips

Hopefully, you’re not like the 40% of Americans who leave nearly half of their paid time off untouched each year. It doesn’t help you to work non-stop as your stress levels soar, and it doesn’t help your organization either.

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7 Things Really Stuck People Refuse to Do

by Alli Polin on October 6, 2015

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“I’m not stuck, I know what to do,” Jane told me during our first conversation.

“That’s great!” I replied. “Why aren’t you doing it?”

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