Project Management

6 reasons why small steps are the best way to tackle big goals

By |2019-01-15T23:06:22+00:00January 15th, 2019|Goals, High-performance, Leadership, Management, Personal Productivity, Productivity, Project Management|

Don't underestimate the power of small steps in leading us to our big goals. Breaking big tasks into smaller, attainable steps is key to getting started. Once we achieve some early success, our momentum grows and this leads to meaningful progress. Whether we are preparing for a big presentation, undertaking a home renovation or trying to be more fit, here are 6 reasons why small steps are the best way to tackle our big goals.

12 ways to delegate effectively

By |2017-07-13T14:25:47+00:00May 25th, 2017|Delegating, Management, Project Management|

Delegating can lead to a number of different outcomes. Sometimes, everything runs perfectly according to plan and we feel like terrific managers. But other times, delegating leads to one disaster after another and we are left wondering what went wrong. Unfortunately, few managers are ever given a clear road map on what leads to delegating success. Until now. Here are 12 ways to delegate effectively (almost) every time.

7 Questions to Ask When Purging Your Home or Office

By |2017-11-10T14:06:46+00:00March 8th, 2016|Home Productivity, Leadership, Personal Productivity, Project Management|

There is an epidemic of too much stuff in North American homes. In this age of excess, many of us could be more ruthless when it comes to purging the items in our homes and offices. What gets in the way of purging? Emotional attachment, lack of time and procrastination are among the most common reasons we hold onto too many things. Read on for some tips to "let go".

Does procrastination boil down to temptation?

By |2019-01-15T00:27:23+00:00November 9th, 2011|Personal Productivity, Procrastination, Productivity, Project Management, Schedule Management, Time Management|

If someone was to offer us $50 or $100, most of us would gladly take $100. There is nothing quite like a cool, crisp c-note. [...]