The trouble with the big focus on “time hacking” these days is the lack of discrimination. I’m all for efficiency, when appropriate, but sometimes you need to ease up to accomplish the task. The most effective pace doesn’t always mean the fastest.
The members of our Actionable Book Club are voracious readers. In the first installment of The Actionable Questionnaire, we sit down with ABC member Karina Mikhli to discuss her reading habits and how books have transformed her life. What’s your all-time favourite book? That’s a really tough question and I actually have a “favorites” list in GoodReads where I track all my favorites. But for business books, the one that jumps to mind is First Break All the Rules: What the World’s Best Managers […]
I’d forgotten, for many years, the magic that happens at Chapter three. Why chapter three? For me, this is the point where you’re truly ‘into’ the book. You’re past the point of listening to the author talk about the background research, and you’re just getting into the actual…
We’ve all heard the quote and, by and large, have found it to be true; busy people can take on a task – and then deliver – faster and more consistently than a non-busy person. Have you ever wondered why that is?
Dialogue is good. Debate, discussion and impassioned opinions create better results. But there’s a fine line between arguing the merits of a particular solution and arguing strictly for the solution. It’s easy to slide from discussing a point to defending a point.
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