It is the time of the year where (finally) there is space to do some thinking, to do some strategy. But how can time be best for the best outcome? 5 Steps
As a business leader, you have to tell your story all the time. What are you up to? Do you have trouble explaining? How do you work on your storytelling?
The Productivity Project brought me to reflect on my own beliefs on productivity and how I ranked on each suggested tool. I grade myself a B on productivity
I have started gratitudes over a year ago and the difference is visible. I am sharing my personal benefits of gratitude, and how I implemented it in my life
or fifteen years (yes, one-five) I have been commuting from Kensington to Canary Wharf. My commute has changed materially over the years and is now productive and helping me with the start and the end of the day. I even miss it sometimes.
Public speaking – the fear of so many, the delight of others. I decided to put on paper my own tips on dealing with public speaking.
Delegation is a constant struggle for me. A drive to perform and better time management have often required to take a step back to take 2 steps forward.
The closing of a month is becoming a cherished ritual for me. As the Bullet Journal becomes such an important part of my life, I am sharing some tips on steps to take each month #productivity #timemanagement #goals #performance
I knew I had to be intentional about coming back from holiday this time. So I took a large sip of my own advice. And I did not feel overwhelmed!
I am committed to intentional living, intentional about my values and what I want my life to be. I am now using goals to live this value-oriented life.