Think Big Write Easy

In this post I was supposed to write about how to conduct a time audit, but something big got in the way. I went to New York, this weekend, to attend a Think Big Speak Easy event by Michael Port. Let's just say that if you want to improve your presentation skills in any format: …

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My Deep Personal Relationship With Time

I was wondering this week what my relationship with time was really like. Did I take it for granted? Did I waste it? Did I use it in the way that I wanted to? Did it reflect my values, my goals, my needs? It occurred to me that this relationship to time is important, because …

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86,400

Some of you may already be aware that we have 86,400 seconds to live each day. Every year, we use 31,526,000 seconds. On average, we are expected to live about 78.7 years. So we have approximately 2,481,883,200 seconds to play with before we die. Who knew that there existed so much opportunity, or rather, so …

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How to Have Fun at a Task You Hate. Really? – Part Trois

I am sitting on a flight to San Francisco savoring my success. Yes, I did accomplish my task - a few brand spanking clean bathrooms!! Woohoo for me! But the victory seems hollow. To recap: I knew how to have fun cleaning, I had the tools to make it easy, and I even figured out a way …

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