Time is the ultimate non-renewable resource. To get the most out of life, it behooves us to conserve it and to be efficient when consuming it. In this entry, I will explain a core philosophy about time.
As an awkward person, I sometimes find myself saying sorry when it’s not necessary. This can project an image of insecurity and impede relationships or progress in the workplace. In this article, I’ll explain some rules of thumb for when saying sorry is the right thing to do, and when it can be replaced.
Spring is still around the corner! In a previous entry, I explored one way to prioritize things when decluttering. In this post, I’ll add some additional ideas that may help.
Spring is around the corner! In a previous entry, I talked about using the “Eisenhower Method,” to prioritize your to-do list with labels like “urgent” and “important.” One priority, often labeled “important” and rarely “urgent,” is cleaning house! This post explores some ways to free yourself of clutter!
In this increasingly interconnected world, staying on top of priorities can become a full-time job in itself. If you find yourself freezing up when considering your to-do list, you’re not alone. This post will share one method to keep priorities in check and your productivity correspondingly secure!
In a previous post, I touched on how silence can be a useful tool to build stronger relationships, as well as protect you and those around you.
Today I’m going to expand on a topic from my previous entry. In that entry I explained how important it is to be able to trust the information given to you, while also retaining a healthy dose of skepticism. In this entry I want to discuss how to provide feedback most effectively by avoiding the verbal eraser.
Today I’d like to introduce one of my foundational mantras, one that sounds simple and runs deep. The phrase is “trust and verify.”