Archive for procrastination SmartBlogs
A reason for leaders to learn to tell tales; 100 reasons procrastination is keeping you from being an innovator; and CEOs toughen up, Navy SEAL-style.
Read about all this and more in this week’s top five most-clicked links in SmartBrief on Leadership:
- Why CEOs should learn to tell stories
- 100 reasons you’ll never be an innovator
- Teach your workers to do without you, says JetBlue chief
- Ex-Navy SEAL starts boot camp for bosses
- War breaks out between would-be Morgan Stanley chiefs
Did you ever find yourself facing an important assignment, but somehow, you just couldn’t get yourself motivated to start working on it? Does time go by — days turning into weeks — yet you don’t seem to be any closer to getting the job done? You are hardly alone. We all know what it’s like to procrastinate, and for some of us, it’s become something of a way of life.[…] Continue Reading »
This post is adapted from “More Time for You: A Powerful System to Organize Your Work and Get Things Done” by Rosemary Tator and Alesia Latson.
When our actions aren’t aligned with our intentions, then a breakdown in our productivity occurs. Here are five steps you can use when you find yourself misaligned and in conflict with yourself such that you are saying one thing and yet doing something altogether different.[…] Continue Reading »