Most people are open to trying new things in January, particularly things that they believe might lead to creating a better version of themselves. Maybe you can tap into that.
In a David-Letterman-style countdown, here are the top 10 summaries (and a couple other popular pieces of content) from Actionablebooks.com in 2014. #10…
It’s that time of year again; the time where, despite the craziness of holiday parties and last minute client proposals, we all take the time (in some way) to reflect on what we’ve accomplished this past year, and what we’re planning for 2015. Here’s the model I use.
“There he is. He’s dieting. Is he losing any weight? Not really. Teaching is a word like that. You can say, “There’s Deborah, she’s in room 34, she’s teaching.” But if nobody’s learning anything, she may be engaged in the task of teaching but not actually fulfilling it.”
So the calendar works for me, but like most of us, I don’t work in a vacuum; the core team at Actionable is 11 people. That’s 10 other busy people who I now really needed/wanted to work around my calendar choices. What do you do?
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