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An article was recently posted on Open Forum regarding how to boost your productivity in the work place by slowing down and taking more time for things that you have cut out of your day on purpose.
When asked about their company’s policies for monitoring employees, more than one third of business owners say that they do not screen employee computer use in any way.
For me, the solution is a hard look at my time and how I spend it.
One of the interesting things about coaching is how much you learn about yourself in the process of working with clients.
The third, but the most effective form of communication, is “Dialogue” or “Socratic Dialogue” as I position in my e-book.
Your defense of “sometimes things take a lot of explaining” isn’t going to fly.
Encourage other people to experiment along with you, and to share what works and what does not.
Get Your Actual Work Done.
Address the negatives.
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When we work for ourselves or are the owners of a company, we need to remember that we make the rules now, we no longer have to stick to the typical 9-5 hours of operation if we don’t want to.
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