Posts Tagged 'Time management'

Jan
8
In the Office – Feeling guilty for not working weekends

Q. I’m working for a start-up and I feel guilty when I’m not working at night and on weekends because I know there is so much to do.  I’m starting to feel burnout; how do take time for myself and not feel guilty? 

A. Great question! Guilt is the burden …

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Dec
18
In the Office: Spending Too Much Time Meeting People

Q. Much of my work involves meeting with people inside and outside my company, which I enjoy but often that time is not productive for me.  I have a hard time saying no because I see it as part of my job which means I am doing the rest of

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Dec
4
In the Office – How do I find balance?

Q. My job is extremely demanding; how can I find a work-life balance?

A. Great question! Work-life balance is more of a counter-balance since it’s rare anyone can consistently split their time or attention 50/50. Even if you enjoy your work, it’s important to remember you teach people how to …

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Sep
20
Time Management vs. Energy Management

 

More women are in the work force than ever before, but their perceived responsibilities outside of work have not decreased. Learn to recognize the amount of time vs. the amount of energy expended to determine what responsibilities, tasks, or chores you can delegate to someone else.

Click here to download the Time Management vs. Energy Management Worksheet

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Jun
28
Manage Your Energy, Not Your Time!

The majority of my clients complain there is never enough time – to finish the “to do” list, to take a vacation, to follow through on commitments, or to do the tasks that really get them to their goals. How can this group of growth-minded, goal-orientated rock-stars have trouble sticking …

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