When to say NO to stay on track

 

'She is so busy because she has so many responsibilities,' I heard someone say about his boss the other day.

Really?

If she was important, she would put her well-being first.

She would spend more time with her family and friends instead of at #work.

Having time is the token of importance, not being busy.

Not to be absent from some teams because of another, or an executive meeting, or board meeting, or most meetings.

Being busy has nothing to do with making a difference and being productive.

That's a myth we keep telling ourselves and everybody else to justify our misery and unproductiveness and absence - at work and at home.

Being busy creates the illusion of being important. Makes us feel we are doing all this for a reason higher than ourselves.

That's, of course, a lie we are telling ourselves to stay sane - at least for a while.

That's why we say 'yes' to projects, opportunities, and requests that do not move us forward.

It's a lack of clarity about what matters most and what...

Continue Reading...

How to gain eight more hours per week for your dreams

 

Are you a person who could get so much more done if you had enough time?

In this short video, I am sharing with you a very simple strategy to gain eight more work hours per week without taking them away from quality time.

Continue Reading...
Close

50% Complete

Be in the know

Sign up for my newsletter and never miss my latest updates, blogs, news, and events. I will immediately share with you my worksheet The Pillars of High Performance as a Thank You Gift.