admin on June 22nd, 2005

Every now and again we all hit a wall. For me it happens fairly regularly and I’m usually able to recover fairly quickly. But it’s not always been like that. I’ve had to train myself to recover from burnout. Unfortunately it’s a largely intuitive process and even recognizing burnout can be tricky. I’m a fairly […]

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admin on June 13th, 2005

Learning how to say no can be hard, but it’s something that I feel can really help you be more productive, reduce stress and do a better job with the things you do say “yes” to. I’ve always been pretty good at saying no (hopefully at the right moments) and I’ve found that saying no […]

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admin on June 1st, 2005

…and how to avoid it. I’m sure most of us, at one time or another, have had a very stressful Friday afternoon (or whichever day constitutes the beginning of your “weekend”) rushing around trying to get things done to clear things up for a relaxing few days off. I call this “Friday Afternoon Syndrome” or […]

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admin on May 13th, 2005

Running a small company means you’ve got to stay organized and make sure you get things done. Staying on top of your to-do list and not letting it get out of control is key. I mean, what is a to-do list for anyway if you never get any boxes ticked. Ryan Carson over at BD4D […]

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admin on May 11th, 2005

I thought about titling this post “The Tao of Delete” but then figured that might be a bit too cheeky. Accurate…but cheeky. Still, I like the phrase, so I’m going to go with it. Long before I ever put any really conscious effort into getting myself organized and simplifying my life and work, I made […]

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