Productivity

How to use the Eisenhower Matrix to manage results.

Have you ever met someone so productive that they accomplish more in a week that would take others months to do? It’s not a secret; it’s their fierce personal discipline in control of what they spend their time and energy focused on. We all have the same 168 hours each week. That includes you, me, Elon Musk, Warren Buffet, Walt Disney and Andrew Carnegie. We are all plagued by the same limits of time. If you bring the same ferocity to your own work, you can accomplish just as much.

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How to be productive when there’s too much to do

There are times when the world beneath you seems like a treadmill, and you just can't run fast enough to keep up.

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A CEO's Job Is a Messy Job

The job of a CEO is messy. When everyone else wants to keep things stable, they can always count on you to shake things up, to force positive change.

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Learning to Trust

How do you decide if you should trust someone? Do you trust by default, or does someone have to earn your trust? What factors go into that decision? What if I told you that this way of thinking, that you can consciously decide who to trust, is one of the most damaging aspects of your professional mind?

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