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Quote of the Day: The way to get started is to quit talking and begin doing

Careful planning prevents many unnecessary difficulties, but don't forward-thinking to reach the point of procrastination. In the end, you should follow Walt Disney's advice,...

Constructively handle Concerns

There are always reasons to have concerns about a project. In fact, professional project managers will often formally divide these concerns into risk and uncertainty.  Some risks...

Quote of the Day: It usually takes me more than three weeks to prepare a good impromptu speech

Preparation and practice always help. Even in situations where you need to respond in an unscripted manner, take some time to review first. Know the topic areas that could be...

Feeling good on the job starts at home with a good nights rest

Feeling good on the job starts at home with a good nights rest. According to the National Sleep Foundation, "those with excellent sleep health are nearly 3.5 times more likely to...

Quote of the Day: If you don’t like something, change it. If you can’t change it, change your attitude

When something at work isn't going how you'd like, try to change it. If this isn't possible, follow the advice of the poet and civic activist Maya Angelou:   If you don't...

Quote of the Day: I am always busy, which is perhaps the chief reason why I am always well

The ability to take 'initiative' when the more routine work slows is quality that leadership looks for when choosing who to elevate within an organization. When a supervisor sees...

Quote of the Day: A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new

Mistakes will happen. It's okay. It means that you are trying, and as Albert Einstein observes: A person who never made a mistake never tried anything new.   – Albert...

Productivity is a Process

Even when you have effective methods for getting work done, the process of being more productive is an ongoing one. It may be tempting to fall into an "if it ain't broke don't...

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Constructively handle Concerns

There are always reasons to have concerns about a project. In fact, professional project managers will often formally divide these concerns into risk and uncertainty.  Some risks can be managed by tracking them and preparing for them. For instance, if your project...

Feeling good on the job starts at home with a good nights rest

Feeling good on the job starts at home with a good nights rest. According to the National Sleep Foundation, "those with excellent sleep health are nearly 3.5 times more likely to report feeling well-rested on a typical weekday than those with poor sleep health." ...

Productivity is a Process

Even when you have effective methods for getting work done, the process of being more productive is an ongoing one. It may be tempting to fall into an "if it ain't broke don't fix it” mindset, but there are usually better ways of doing things.  Many simply require...

Quote of the Day: You’ve got to know what you want. This is central to acting on your intentions. When you know what you want, you realize that all there is left then is time management. You’ll manage your time to achieve your goals

Time management becomes much easier when goals are clarified. This can help you separate the 'gotta do' from the 'gotta do right now.' Prioritize your goals and plan your time by what must be done and when. This line of thinking is echoed by the charismatic physician...

Resume Tips: Keep it Clean, Clear & Simple

When writing your resume, keep it clean, clear and simple.  Your prospective employer shouldn't have to riffle through pages or try to decipher your meaning. One clear page is better than several with unnecessary information.  A clean resume is a pleasure to look at....

Interview edge? practice common questions

If you are looking to build your confidence before an interview, the surest way to feeling secure about what you'll say on the day is to practice. While you may not know exactly your interviewers will ask, there are common questions that come up again and again....

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