Of all the habits you can develop in your life and career, the ability to focus is, without doubt, one of the most important. In this highly-pressured, rapidly-changing world, many people think multitasking is the answer to increased productivity. However, it can take up to 15 minutes to reorient yourself each time you switch gears
So—we’re up to the next way you give your power away at work. To refresh your memory, here are the first 4: You spend too much time and energy trying to change others. You put all your career eggs in one basket You allow other people to define you. You can’t disconnect and just be.
“A journey of a thousand miles begins with a single step.”—Lao-tzu Every leader has the responsibility to turn vision into reality. Between these 2 lies the process—the path to success. You need skills and confidence to stay this course and overcome obstacles. You need confidence not just in your abilities, but in the process itself–to
“Risk is made up of probability and seriousness, minus preventive actions and contingency factors”—Alan Weiss, Million Dollar Consultant “The lower the confidence in asking or answering questions, the higher the probability and seriousness of risk”.—Michelle Kerrigan, Workplace Confidence Expert Operations of the day-to-day workplace comprise roughly 80% of most organizations, making them one of a