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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 […]

How To Stay Focused in a Distracting World

John Hall

Productivity

Monday, August 24th, 2020

How To Stay Focused in a Distracting World

It doesn’t take much for us to get distracted. Whether it’s smartphone notification, birds chirping outside, or a co-worker asking if you have a minute, distractions are everywhere. But, is that necessarily a bad thing. We can only focus for so long. In fact, we’re programmed to lose focus to keep us safe. Thanks to […]

The 10 Best Web Conferencing Tools

John Hall

Meetings

Thursday, August 6th, 2020

The 10 Best Web Conferencing Tools

For years, those of us who worked remotely relied on web and video conferencing tools to stay connected with our colleagues. Besides aiding in collaboration, they’ve also been essential in building rapport with our team members and clapping back against the loneliness that comes from remote work. However, stay-at-home orders have made these tools essential. […]

Need Morale? Freshen Up Your Team’s Virtual Meetings

John Hall

Meetings

Tuesday, August 4th, 2020

Need Morale? Freshen Up Your Team’s Virtual Meetings

Virtual meetings have been around for years. But, thanks to COVID-19, they’ve exploded. Take Zoom, for example. The company announced on April 22, 2020, that it had surpassed 300 million daily Zoom meeting participants. And, even if things go back to some sort of standard, I think that these types of remote events are here […]

Taking Pride in Your Productivity Performance

John Hall

Productivity

Tuesday, July 14th, 2020

Taking Pride in Your Productivity Performance

What does pride mean to you? For some, that’s that feeling of accomplishment as they cross items off their to-do-lists or achieving their goals. Others may take pride in the fact that their performance has helped others in some way. Regardless of how you define pride, we should all strive to achieve a great feeling […]

13 Signs that You’re Failing at Time Management

John Hall

Time Management

Wednesday, July 8th, 2020

13 Signs that You’re Failing at Time Management

Sometimes we’re not as proactive as we would like to be. Maybe you’re waiting for some extra cash before committing to a home repair or business expansion. Perhaps you’re still gathering data before entering a new market. Both of those examples are understandable. But, turning a blind eye certainly is not. Yet, I feel that sometime, […]

Find a Way To Go On Vacation Post Haste

John Hall

Productivity

Friday, July 3rd, 2020

Find a Way To Go On Vacation Post Haste

Maybe it’s in my blood since my grandparents were exceptional globetrotters. But, I’ve always loved to travel. Getting to take in new sights and sounds, as well as have new experiences, is exhilarating. Additionally, it’s good for you physically and psychologically. It’s true. According to the American Psychological Association, research has found that vacations gave […]

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