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Think Before You Post: Don’t Let Social Media Bring You Down

John Hall

Business Tips

Thursday, January 21st, 2021

Think Before You Post: Don’t Let Social Media Bring You Down

We all know that social media has become a part of daily lives and will continue to be controversial. Recall the many stories about how social media takes people out of the moment, and instead of enjoying a concert or sporting event — people are preoccupied with taking selfies. Most of the time, I say, […]

Work Shouldn’t Always Be Your First Priority

John Hall

Productivity

Wednesday, December 30th, 2020

Work Shouldn’t Always Be Your First Priority

If it were any other year, it probably wouldn’t have happened. But, 2020 was an exceptionally remarkable year. As such, I decided to reach out to a long-lost friend. I never wished any ill-will upon this person. I concluded several years ago that it was best to distance myself from him. On my part, I […]

How to Refill Your Emotional Gas Tank Full

John Hall

Productivity

Thursday, December 10th, 2020

How to Refill Your Emotional Gas Tank Full

Growing up, my dad wasn’t much of a flyer. He preferred to hit the open road instead. That meant that we took a lot of road trips. While flying is definitely more convenient, I’m still partial to this type of travel. Maybe it’s nostalgic. But, I think it’s really because of the independence — like […]

What’s Does Parkinson’s Law Have to do with Productivity

John Hall

Productivity

Thursday, December 3rd, 2020

What’s Does Parkinson’s Law Have to do with Productivity

When it comes to boosting your productivity, you’ve tried it all. You’ve learned how to prioritize lists and build a schedule around your peak hours. You have optimized your work environment and even learned how to say “no” to unnecessary time requests. And, yet, despite your best efforts, you’re still wrestling with productivity. What’s going […]

WFH Tips You Should Share With Your Kids

John Hall

Time Management

Thursday, November 12th, 2020

WFH Tips You Should Share With Your Kids

In the “before pandemic times,” parents and children would have wrapped up their back-to-school shopping and been in a normal routine. The parents would have had plans in the works for the holidays — and children would have been anticipating the Thanksgiving break. But, that’s not exactly what’s occurring right now. Because of the uncertainty […]

Information Overload is Killing Your Productivity

John Hall

Productivity

Monday, November 2nd, 2020

Information Overload is Killing Your Productivity

We’re in the midst of a pandemic. And, no. It’s not only the virus that has been changed in the world as we know it. I’m referring to something called information overload. To be honest, this shouldn’t be a surprise. We make per day between the 35,000 choices and being plugged in 24/7; we’re burning ourselves […]

How Will Your Brand Survive the 2020s?

John Hall

Business Tips

Friday, October 23rd, 2020

How Will Your Brand Survive the 2020s?

There’s no need to sugarcoat this — 2020 has been brutal. And, it may take years for the world to recover. As such, you may be losing countless nights of sleep worrying about how your brand will survive the next decade. While certainly a valid concern, it’s not all doom and gloom — especially if […]

You Can Stay Focused Even With Multiple Projects

John Hall

Time Management

Tuesday, October 6th, 2020

You Can Stay Focused Even With Multiple Projects

In a perfect world, you would have the luxury to focus on one thing at a time. But, that’s just not reality. The truth of the matter is that you have to learn to master the art of juggling multiple projects and deadlines — and you can do this. That doesn’t mean that’s been easy. […]

The Benefits of Simplicity

John Hall

Productivity

Tuesday, September 29th, 2020

The Benefits of Simplicity

Whether you call it minimalism, Kondo-ing, or simple living, there are certainly benefits to this type of lifestyle. Mainly, saving time and money. But, it’s also good for your health and productivity. Here are the benefits of simplicity. To be honest, this has been something that I’ve been working towards in the last couple of […]

How To Achieve Sustainable Productivity

John Hall

Productivity

Friday, September 11th, 2020

How To Achieve Sustainable Productivity

Sustainable Productivity, according to the Leadership Circle “measures the leader’s ability to achieve results in a way that maintains or enhances the overall long-term effectiveness of the organization. It measures how well she/he balances human/technical resources to sustain long-term high performance.” To put that more simply, it’s continually growing and improving, embracing new ideas, and […]

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