The phrase “work life balance” used to get thrown around quite a bit. No one successful seemed to have it unless they were individuals at the tippy top of the organization – flying around in private jets to private islands with private yachts. 162 more words
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Many of the clients I get to coach and work with will regularly argue for the value and necessity of multitasking, despite the extensive research on the impact of doing multiple things at once on quality. 38 more words
Learning to delegate effectively is a frequent challenge for many of those who I have coached. Managers often choose between two evils: micromanaging or dumping. Effective delegation is an art that frees up the mangers time to focus on their “real” job and their priorities, and is an effective tool for development and growth, as well as tool to engage, and motivate. 287 more words
CONFESSION: I do not read as much as I should.
It’s a shameful thing, for a number of reasons. First, it’s an incontrovertible fact that writers must always be reading. 410 more words
In talking with photographers about post-production work over the past few years, I’ve found that there are three primary reasons for outsourcing this work. What’s more, the reasons for doing so evolve over time and are often indicative of the photographer’s business maturity. 574 more words