Tim is a full-time employee at an ad-agency in Baltimore. Everyday at 5:45am, he showers, shaves, and brushes his teeth. He wears ironed clothes and a tie—then works for eight hours with a 45 minute lunch. At 4:50pm, he packs up and drives home. He won’t think about or touch work until tomorrow. At least that’s what his wife wishes. He brings work home all the time.
If you’re a notebook lover like me, you probably have stacks of blank notebooks, but no idea what to do with them. Fear not. Here are some ideas that may help.
Feeling unproductive? Don’t worry—that’s normal. Here are some simple tweaks to get back on track.
Getting things done and feeling a sense of accomplishment is an important part of being human. However, sometimes we don’t get it all done. What happens then?
Have you ever been excited for the weekend, but not able to fully “leave” all the stuff you need to get done? I’ve been there. It can be stressful.
I hate to admit this, but I’ve had more than one weekend where it’s Sunday night and I wonder… where did the past couple days go??
Many business owners and social media “experts” have it all wrong. They want to see success on social media produce big results for their business. While this isn’t impossible, it is a little unrealistic. Here’s why…
People who use the word intentional usually mean well. They say things like let’s do this task intentionally, or I noticed you did this, was that intentional? While I understand what they mean, this word is vague . . . I think we should stop using it.