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LivingAnAwesomeLife.com … A Personal Blog by Sash Chua
I had the pleasure of working with Sash in the Fall of 2011, and her blog is a treasure-trove of inspiring & useful posts/articles.
Technobility Webinar Series’s Videos … 1 hour seminars on everything about change
A Simple Rule to Eliminate Useless Meetings
“ … we have essentially eliminated the presentation. In lieu of that, we ask that materials that would typically have been presented during a meeting be sent out to participants at least 24 hours in advance so people can familiarize themselves with the content. … With the presentation eliminated, the meeting can now be exclusively focused on generating a valuable discourse … and perhaps most importantly, having a meaningful debate.”
Client Service 101: 5 Key Concepts I Have Observed … I need to be doing all of this to establish myself as a Support Professional
What do you do for your interns? … this is how an Internship should be done.
Want Your Company to Grow? Fire Your Managers!
This advocates a flat organizational structure of empowered teams rather than the traditional corporate hierarchy.
Susan Cain's Plan to Make Open Offices a Little More Quiet
“Solitude is a crucial ingredient of productivity, and one we want to bring back to the workplace,”
The Magic of Being in Monk Mode
“ … There is a time to collaborate together; there is a time to be in monk mode. As Pablo Picasso is credited with saying, 'Without great solitude, no serious work is possible.' ”
Why We Should Rethink the Eight-Hour Workday .. combine this with “Monk Mode”
This is why I really should go back to 1.5 hr. “blocks of work”, with about a half hour break between them.
10 survival tips for non-morning people
“Some people jump out of bed in the morning, hit the ground running, and leave a trail of creative thinking and focused accomplishment in their wake. And then there's the rest of us.”
10 immutable laws of mistakes
“Mistakes are inevitable. But as Allan Norton explains, certain laws govern how we deal with them, learn from them, conceal them, and even profit from them.”