Coming back from extended work breaks are great opportunities for enacting habits that will help change your outlook and your productivity. Sometimes, you need to make small changes in your daily routine in order to facilitate larger changes in your life and career.
Many of us spend more time planning our vacations, than planning our career. Be intentional and present in the planning for the rest of your professional life.
The Internet of Things / Internet of Everything clearly is becoming more relevant with each passing minute. What it will mean and what it will be is up to us to decide.
First, you gotta meet people where they are.
A filter through which every decision you make should pass.
Getting too comfortable can come at a price. Don’t let it happen to you.
It sounds harsh when you say it aloud, but being polite isn’t always in your best interest. When you’re in a position of buying or hiring authority, there are more than enough people around willing to waste your time, without adding to the problem yourself. Give your business correspondence and communications their proper consideration; but never feel compelled – or obligated – to immediately answer everyone who interrupts your workflow – especially when their motivation is a commission check.
It’s a numbers game. Success comes with putting in the time, and doing the Work.
I’m honored to be serving on the 2014 eCampus News Advisory Board.
In life, there is only one constant – beyond death and taxes – and that is Change.