Successful managers develop a knack for knowing the right time for making key decisions, brainstorming and conducting meetings, among many other aspects of meeting management.
In times of tumult, it’s easy to get caught up on nearly every major issue making the news. This is an ill-advised practice.
What if we could take a fresh look at our businesses and our lives, reconsider what is really important and start to focus our time and energy on those things that matter?
This might come as a shock to you, but most of the interruptions you experience in the course of the day are self-induced.
Between the non-stop coronavirus updates, inexhaustible news stories and self-isolation at home (with work, kids, home schooling, etc.), it wouldn’t be a surprise if you were in desperate need for a fun, mindless or comic distraction. Your mind and emotional state will thank you for the respite.
You have a large community to lean on and we’re all experiencing some frustration, challenges and tribulations, but in an arena with lots of patience, inspiration and knowledge. Don’t let it go to waste. Anxiety can be unhealthy, so don’t let it control you.