The Crisp Meeting is a great post by Seth Godin that gives you a framework for creating meetings that enhance your work instead of them becoming a drain on your productivity. Following is an excerpt from the post: The crisp meeting is one of a series. It's driven by purpose and intent. It's guided by questions: … Continue reading “The Crisp Meeting” by Seth Godin
We get what we invest in. The time we spend comes back, with interest. - Seth Godin
"More people saying less (and a few more people saying more)" - Seth GodinExcellent article by Seth Godin that stung me a bit.
"Set a date" - Seth Godin
Good morning to you! Question for you - what do you need to become more productive? Seth Godin has an answer that might surprise you, but then again, maybe not. In his blog post "The Productivity Gap" he states: "I wonder how much productivity comes from new techniques, and how much comes from merely getting … Continue reading what’s keeping you from being productive?
Good Monday morning to you! Most of us have dreams about how we want to make an impact in this life - how we may best create or do something that is going to make a difference. Yet so many of us are stuck in a rut of our own making. We need to get … Continue reading what’s stopping you?
"The first lie...: - Seth Godinis that you're going to need far more talent than you were born with.
"The economy has changed, probably forever. School hasn't. School was invented to create a constant stream of compliant factory workers to the growing businesses of the 1900s. It continues to do an excellent job at achieving this goal, but it's not a goal we need to achieve any longer. In this 30,000 word manifesto, I … Continue reading “Stop Stealing Dreams” – A TEDx talk by Seth Godin
Well, my last post of 2011 - I think! I just read Seth Godin's post for today and it really struck home with me. Actually stung quite a bit as the truth of it struck home with me. Click here to read his post. Mr. Godin mentions some of the various productivity tools that are … Continue reading Good Intentions Don’t Count