Post Tag: goals

The “POOF” of Vision

I can still remember my first vision test. I was about 40 and I was starting to have problems reading the fine print. The vision test was rather easy until they got to the part where you put your chin

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What’s On Your Dashboard?

Recently, I had the opportunity to speak on this subject, and it continues to spin around in my head. This past week, I was driving to get my haircut, and while driving my 2001 Ford up a steep road, my

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Simple Goals

We’ve been talking about GOALS this month. The purpose is to help you understand the importance of creating goals in your life and in your work. I’ve received some comments from people who are just overwhelmed by the work involved

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The Goal

Years ago, someone gave me the book, “The Goal”, by Eliyahu M. Goldratt & Jeff Cox. I remember picking it up years ago, and thinking that it was a book about “Goal Setting”, only to be disappointed at first that

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Time To Move!

This past week, we moved.  Yes, we packed up everything in our house and moved into a different house just a mile away, the house needed a little repairs but we The Roof Clinic company to have it ready for

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Focus: Keeping On Track

Growing up I was considered “active.” Some might say “hyperactive.” If the drugs had existed back in my day I may have been numbed. Although I know drugs are bad because they can cause drug addiction, I had a friend

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Be More Productive! 3,4,5…

We started this thread with 1,2,3… Eric Barker shares 6 tips to increase productivity from Tim Ferriss’ book, “The 4-Hour Workweek”. Yesterday we highlighted the first 3:  Manage Your Mood, Don’t Check Email in the Morning and Before You Try to

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Help, I’m a Manager!

I was recently with a team of leaders, and we were talking about the importance of taking information from the leadership team back to the people you manage directly.  One person asked me this question: “I’m managing 1 person. What

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Who Is Our Customer?

Peter Drucker asks a number of questions to help organizations become more effective. (The Five Most Important Questions). The second question he asks is simply, “Who is our customer?” Sometimes organizations are created with a specific purpose in mind, with

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What Are You Dreaming About?

We all have had an idea of how to do things better or more efficiently.  Getting from that idea to making it work is tough. There are many obstacles and pitfalls along the way. Here are five things I have

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