The best advice I ever got on dealing with emails? Just don’t read them! At least not first thing in the morning.
It is this time of the year to reflect: what have I accomplished this year? What am I most are proud of? What do I want to achieve next year, and how can you overcome my immunity to change to live the life that I want?
Organizational complicatedness has risen by a factor of 35 since 1955 according to the Harvard Business Review.
If you too spend more time reporting KPIs rather than achieving them, here’s the way out: get the big picture first, then focus on less. Identify the critical few success factors to achieve your organizations’s overall goal, and focus on these consistently.
To make your way effectively thorough the jungle of performance targets, simply keep the three keys to success in mind: Direction, Focus and Execution! Once you do this consistently you will be amazed how success will trigger even more success.
Many people in our society are unhappy with their careers or with their relationships. A lot of the dissatisfaction we are experiencing is caused trying to fulfill too many expectations at the same time: expectations from our spouse, our boss, the society. And ultimately the high expectations from ourselves.
Pleasing everyone or being perfect is impossible.
The key to happiness is gaining clarity on what really matters in your life, and then to take consistent action accordingly.
Calrity + Action = Happiness & Success
The beginning of a New Year is the time for making New Year resolutions. We want to make a change to the better, be it career, relationships, health, or other areas of our lives. But for many of us these resolutions are abandoned by mid of February. Here are Seven Life Coaching Tips on How to Stick to Your New Year Resolutions This Time.
Five Steps to Sustainable Success in Life and in Business. Or: What Executive Coaching & Life Coaching Have in Common
Even if you think that work and your personal life do not have much in common, the 5 steps coaching approach described here can help you achieve sustainable success in both – business and “life”.
Today is my last working day as an employee. Time for me to reflect about the definition of success. What about you?
A better term for “time management” is actually “choice management”. Be clear about your goals in your personal life and in your career, set priorities accordingly every day, stay focused and executed consequently. Then ENJOY your daily achievements.
Five steps to improve your quality of life and live happier.