NAWBO Resources - Organization and Strategy
Lisa Crilley Mallis www.ImpactiveStrategies.com 08-May-2017
If you could focus for the next 30 days on ONE goal, what would it be? What do you want to work on over the next 30 days? It’s AWARENESS building time! Allow yourself to think big during this exercise. No judgment. No censoring. No decisions. Just brainstorming.
Lisa Crilley Mallis, Capacity Coach www.impactivestrategies.com 27-Feb-2017
Work Less. Achieve More. Who doesn’t want that?
So the question becomes, “How can you increase your capacity each day?”
How can you become the most efficient, effective, and productive as you possibly can?
I’m reading The Productivity Project: Accomplishing More by Managing Your Time, Attention, and Energy by Chris Bailey. Chris teaches that our definition of productivity has changed over the last 50 years.
During a time when most people worked in factories productivity was measured by doing the job more efficiently. How could you streamline a process so you could produce more widgets in less time?
Lisa Crilley Mallis, Capacity Coach COC, Impactive Strategies http://www.impactivestrategies.com 13-Dec-2016
Creating change can be tough!!! I recently saw this graph in The 12 Week Year: Get More Done in 12 Weeks Than Others Do in 12 Months by Brian P Moran and Michael Lennington. What I found interesting about this graph is the authors took into account the emotional piece of creating change.
A quick overview of the Emotional Cycle of Change
The premise of psychologist Don Kelley and Daryl Connor (as explained by authors Moran and Lennington and now me!) is that during the first stage of change, Phase I, you are super excited and can only see the benefits. You don’t know what you don’t know, so you are filled with possibilities. Change seems possible and immediate, hence the name Uninformed Optimism.
Lisa Crilley Mallis www.systemsavvy.com 04-Apr-2016
I’d just started working with a client I’ll call Ellen, who told me that her biggest time management challenge was managing her email. She receives 150 to 200 emails a day (yes, each day!) and needs to take action on about 60% of those.
Ellen usually reserves about half an hour and the end of her day to go through her email but often that time spills into the evenings after her family goes to bed. Of course late night email processing was not her ideal vision, and so we needed to come up with a way that she could process the email during regular work hours.
Lisa Crilley Mallis, time strategy visionary, SystemSavvy Consulting, LLC www.SystemSavvyConsulting.com 20-May-2015
Take a close look at your action plan, or your to-do list, or your calendar - how many of these tasks have you procrastinated on?
The reasons we procrastinate are many. Maybe you subconsciously fear success. Or failure. Could be the task doesn’t align with your values and goals. Often, we procrastinate because the task seems overwhelming large and complicated. We just don’t know where to start – so we don’t!
Lisa Crilley Mallis, Owner, System Savvy Consulting, LLC www.SystemSavvyConsulting.com 09-Apr-2015
Has this happened to you? You get fully into the flow of a project when your attention is distracted by a pop-up or tone email notification. Do you respond by leaving the project to check your email?
Many email programs have a default setting to check for new emails every 5 minutes. Do you realize that if you respond to every “refresh,” in an 8 hour work day, you could be interrupted by email 96 times?
Ellen "Sam" Scheer, Owner/Agent, American Family Insurance http://insurance-agency.amfam.com/OH/ellensam-scheer/default.aspx 02-Apr-2014
Road trips are invigorating and inspiring, entertaining and educational. They’re a quintessential part of the American Dream. For assistance planning your next over-the-road getaway,
check out our new e-book.
Ellen "Sam" Scheer, Owner/Agent, American Family Insurance http://www.amfam.com/advisor/2014-03.asp#tabs-3 02-Apr-2014
What’s worse than having your home damaged by a storm? Being cheated by fraudulent “contractors” who don’t make repairs. Learn how to avoid being victimized by contractor fraud.
Ellen "Sam" Scheer, Owner/Agent, American Family Insurance http://insurance-agency.amfam.com/OH/ellensam-scheer/default.aspx 26-Jan-2014
Nothing lasts forever. In addition to replacing the batteries every year, you should replace your carbon monoxide detectors every five years and smoke detectors every 10 years.
On March 18, J J DiGeronimo shared good ideas on how to eliminate the energy-draining commitments that are dragging us down. One suggestion was to find someone else to do housework or yard work, perhaps a neighborhood teen or a struggling single parent. Before you do, consider what might go wrong. Check with your homeowners insurance to see what is covered if the person damages your home or possessions.
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