Spring is FINALLY winning…
And I want to make sure that you have fresh and fun ideas for better time investment. Working late when it’s freezing outside is one thing, but when the sun is beckoning, you want to get you out of the office asap. Here are six of my articles that can give you a greater sense of peace and control. The first three are focused on personal time investment, and the last three are for managers in particular.
Diagnose What Makes You Late So You Can Fix the Issue
In this article for Lifehacker, I go through eight reasons people are commonly late, including valuing something else more than being on time or forgetting about the necessary prep. Then, I also over corresponding solutions for each challenge.
Victim No More: How to Stop Self-Sabotaging
In this article for 99U, you can discover what to do when you absolutely dread your work or moving forward on a particular project–but it’s not an option to quit. These five steps will help you empower yourself to get moving and get it done.
Can Founders Achieve Work-Life Balance?
In this article for Forbes, you’ll find out the five essential conditions for achieving work-life balance, whether you are an entrepreneur or an employee. If you’ve got these, it’s possible. If you don’t, it’s probably not.
Logic is Unproductive In Addressing Illogical Behavior
In this article for iDoneThis, I share how to address logic-resistant emotional blocks to change. In particular, I go through how to help someone who is feeling overwhelmed.
How to Get Your Team to Stick to New Habits
In this article for iDoneThis, you’ll find steps to help your team members take a concept that seems like “a nice idea” and turn it into something that they can consistently implement.
How to Keep Calm and Carry On When Ignored
In this final article in my Managers’ Series for iDoneThis, you’ll learn how to recover when you’ve tried to be patient, talked things through with your team, and you still don’t see change. There is an alternative other than getting mad or giving up.
About Real Life E®
Elizabeth Grace Saunders is the founder and CEO of Real Life E® a time coaching and training company that empowers individuals who feel guilty, overwhelmed and frustrated to feel peaceful, confident and accomplished. She is an expert on achieving more success with less stress. Real Life E® also increases employee productivity, satisfaction and work/life balance through coaching and training programs.
McGraw Hill published her first book The 3 Secrets to Effective Time Investment: How to Achieve More Success with Less Stress. Harvard Business Review recently published her second book How to Invest Your Time Like Money. Elizabeth contributes to blogs like Lifehacker, Harvard Business Review, Forbes, and the 99U blog on productivity for creative professionals and has appeared on CBS, ABC, NBC, and Fox.
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