Using your downtime wisely will guarantee an easier path when things get hectic again.
Achieving something in one small area helps give us more focus, energy and direction for what's next.
A few weeks ago we talked about what was involved in trying to achieve a work-life balance. Today we get more specific.
The steps to a good, achievable goal include realistic dreaming, specific actions, a time frame and self-discipline.
A SMART goal is: Specific, Measurable, Actionable, Realistic and Timely. A SMART goal has a built-in plan associated with it, so you can get to work and map your progress from Day 1.
New year, new events, new resolve. Everybody talks about work-life balance, right? But what does it really involve? Master these six components as a meeting planner, and you've got it made.
Unexpected hiccups can have a trickle-down effect on your staff and attendees, so why not avoid them altogether?