Shop less, toss more.

Shop less, toss more.

The logical place to start when you decide to limit the stuff in your home or office is at the source – shopping. If you have a broken water pipe, you do not start by mopping the floor, you turn off the water. In the same way, if you can resist those needless trips to...
Structure is the key to productivity

Structure is the key to productivity

I recommend that people find their high energy time in the morning and start working on their top priority for about 90 minutes. Then take a break of about 15 or 20 minutes before starting the priority task. Following the second 90-minute work session there should be...
A manager’s attitude is important

A manager’s attitude is important

Matthew Lieberman, in his book, Social: why our brains are wired to connect, mentions a poll that asked past employees which they would prefer, a raise or a better boss.  Two-thirds answered that they would prefer a better boss over a higher salary.  A good attitude...
It takes time to manage time

It takes time to manage time

Time Investments are those activities that eventually free up more time than they initially consume. For example, many people fail to plan because planning takes time. And there would be no visible tangible task completed as testimony to this wise use of time; just a...
Budget your time

Budget your time

To manage money, we budget it, allocating a certain amount to the different types of expenses that we must meet on a weekly, monthly, and annual basis. Without this control we may find we have no money left for some of the important items in our business or life. We...