Your time. Reclaim it.
Brian is a marketing VP who, last week, reclaimed 4.5 daytime work hours by taking this calendar challenge.
Stretch your imagination and envision a blank calendar for the next two weeks. Consider your professional objectives and what your team is responsible to deliver. Then, challenge every proposed virtual/video, phone/audio or in-person meeting before it is added to the calendar. Ask yourself:
My friend and colleague Deb Kennedy, from Strategic Directions Coaching has written this interesting and helpful blog on how to move through procrastination and fear to find success!
Moving Beyond Procrastination – The Shift from Desire to Discipline
By: Deb Kennedy - Executive Coach, MBA/ ACC, CPC
How many times have you set out to accomplish something – a work assignment, a new project, skill, entrepreneurial venture, hobby or healthy habit – only to stop short before bringing your efforts through to completion? You’ve done your research, your enthusiasm is high and you have the necessary skills. And yet, days and weeks and sometimes months pass and you have made no progress toward your goal.
All of us deal with procrastination at times, but if you begin to notice that it is a regular ‘go-to’ for you, you may want to give it some attention.
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