We're coming up to that magical day of the year. Where we all set our New Year's resolutions. January 1st.
Now, let me just start out by saying that I think that January 1st is just a date on the calendar.
You can start any day.
But here's what I want you to think about for your, hopefully not New Year's resolutions, but New Year's goals, is how can you become more productive?
How can you get more done?
A lot of people are thinking about "I'm gonna lose X pounds" or "I'm going to"...
Julie Hruska is a Certified high-performance coach and thought leader, and the CEO of Powerful Leaders.
Julie and Mark discuss how to become a high performer, staying focused, dealing with overwhelm, self-care, the importance of clarity, and more!
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Todd Cherches is the CEO and co-founder of BigBlueGumball, a NYC-based consulting firm specializing in leadership development, public speaking, and executive coaching. He is also a three-time award-winning Adjunct Professor of leadership at NYU and a Lecturer on leadership at Columbia University. Todd is also a TEDx speaker, and the author of the brand new book, "VisuaLeadership: Leveraging the Power of Visual...
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In this episode, Barabara...
Chester Elton is an author, executive coach, and co-founder of The Culture Works, a global consultancy. For the past 20 years, together with his co-author, Adrian Gostick, he has been writing, speaking, and teaching on the topics of high performing culture, employee engagement, and the impact of gratitude at work.
In this episode, Chester and Mark discuss how to lead with gratitude, how to start your morning off...
Multitasking: do you multitask?
Do you consider it a badge of honor to multitask? Well, I have some news for you.
Multitasking is something you should not do. It is not making you more productive.
This may be a little hard for you to hear, but it’s the truth. What happens, is the more you try to do, the efficiency of everything you do decreases.
If you do two things, then add a third or fourth or...
Larry Forletta is a highly decorated former DEA Agent, with 30 years of law enforcement including the Maryland State Police
Larry and Mark discuss phone scams on the elderly, disaster contractor scams, the effect of social media on our society today, guns and control, the media today, and so much more!
Jen Thornton has developed her expertise in Talent Strategy & Leadership Professional Development over her exciting 20+ year career as an HR Professional.
Jen and Mark discuss what conversation intelligence (C-IQ) is, creating fear, speaking language that creates trust, shutting people down, Jen’s thoughts on confidential surveys, and more!
Hailley Griffis is Buffer’s public relations manager where she focuses on all things media-related and runs Buffer's publication focused on transparency and workplace culture, the Open blog.
Hailley and Mark discuss working remotely intentionally, having self-discipline when working from home, how to handle distractions at home, setting your home office schedule, the power of routines, working from your bed,...
How’s your energy level? Emotionally, mentally, and physically? How is your energy level?
I want you to rate yourself on a scale of 0 to 10, right now. 10 means you have all the energy you need. 0 means “I am so tired. I have no energy.”
If you truly want to be your most productive self, you have to have enough energy, emotionally, mentally, and physically.
In this post, I have four ideas you can implement...
Hugo is a time management coach, helping entrepreneurs and small business owners get back in control of their time so that they can get their freedom back and spend time on what truly matters to them.
Hugo and Mark discuss time management versus attention management, priorities, intentionality, what no activity is, self-assessment of your time, and so much more!