Tag - Time Mgt

How to Double Your Personal Productivity in Under Two Weeks

There just never seems to be enough time in the life of a manager toget all the things queued up in front of you done. Do you know that feeling? It doesn't have to be like that though. Two simple skills can make you up to 16 times more productive! Read on to see how...

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How to use Time Management Skills Tools

There is one thing that every business person will tell you they are short of.  That is TIME!  Time Management Skills is a way to drive a wedge into, and free up, more time.  So much so that you will, rather bizarrely, find yourself with nothing to do from time...

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SM3.1 De-Stress

Stress is one of the major problems faced by business Owner/Operators. There are straight forward ways, though, of reducing the 4 main contributors to this stress; and they do not take very long to implement.  We show how to convert “distress” to “de-stress”. Typical stress points in smaller businesses are caused by: People: hiring,...

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SM3.0 How to De-Stress Introduction

Stress is All Around Us.  There is no doubt that many Owner/Operators work under considerable stress.  Sometimes this stress is constructive because we are excited and challenged by growing the business and/or making it more profitable. But all too often, it comes about because events just overtake us and we find ourselves...

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LB4: Getting Stuff Done When There is Lots

As a business manager, there is always more to be done than you possibly have time for.  If you want to work reasonable hours and have a life outside the business, you will have to prioritise what you do.  This article describes several techniques that can help you reduce the...

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Why Multitasking is not your Friend

The ability to, and the act of, multitasking is sometimes seen as a good thing. However, it can be clearly demonstrated that multitasking is an inefficient process that can contribute to waste in any business.  Yellow Belt

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What Parkinson’s Law Tells Us about Wasted Work

Northcote Parkinson, writing in 1955, semi humorously proposed his ‘law’ that “Work expands to fill the time available for its completion”. This is very true.  Staff will often take as much time as is available to them to work on a project even though that might mean unnecessary embellishments. Even good staff...

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