In Dan Lyons' NY Times Sunday Review article from August 31st, Gary Vaynerchuk, author of 'Crush It' and 'Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook,' is touted as preaching the necessity of 18 hour workdays for anyone wanting to get ahead. As a work-life balance strategist, self-made millionaire, mother of five, and someone who is living healthily 17 [...]
Do you ever feel unproductive? Do you go through periods where you struggle to know what to do? Do you become frustrated because you feel so disorganized? It can happen to anyone. For twelve days, I am travelling with my kids for a mixture of business and fun. In addition to hiking, sightseeing, and just [...]
‘I would rather hear a baby in the background than a television.’ This is something one of my mentors said often as I apologized for a crying child or an emergency juice spill that forced me to put her on hold. She herself had seven children, no nanny, and managed to build a multi-million-dollar business [...]
According to tax data from 2013 provided by the IRS, the top 1% of Americans earned over $428,712. Obviously, there is a high degree of variance considering, according to the NY Times list of highest paid CEO’s for 2016, Thomas Rutledge of Charter Communications, raked in $98 million including base salary and stock options. Essentially [...]
Going Paperless to Improve Productivity? How Productivity Apps Help You Be More Productive (and Be Kinder to the Planet)!
Want to improve productivity? Consider going paperless with productivity apps! Specifically, productivity apps enable you to be more productive and eliminate much usage of paper – making using them a great way to easily “go green” too! Obviously, anything that can empower us to be better at managing our time – tracking where we spend [...]
Recently, I interviewed Dr. Tony O’Donnell. If you do not know Tony, he is by all means not a slacker. Tony is the author of 15 books, a television and radio personality, third degree black belt, regularly volunteers time to feed the homeless, recently finished his PhD and is a naturopathic doctor. At 58 years [...]
Let me ask you a question – do you ever feel pulled in several different directions and lack clarity in terms of what to focus on? Does this cause you stress? Are you feeling stressed? In the United States alone, 77% of people are feeling more and more stressed. They feel the physical effects of [...]
The quest for “great ideas” to stand out from the competition in today’s market is challenging, but can also be a fun adventure! Whether you are trying to launch your entrepreneurial vision, support a philanthropic effort, close a big deal, land your dream job or get that next promotion, we are all looking for that spot [...]
Whether we realize it or not, we are always setting some form of goal; even if ‘getting through the day,’ is on your wish list – that in and of itself is a form of a goal.
Decision fatigue is a term coined by social psychologist Roy F. Baumeister. It’s loosely based on a Freudian concept that decision-making involves an expenditure of “self” or “ego” energy – of brain power – of which there is a limited cumulative supply.