10 productivity tips for work-life balance
Here are some tech-based productivity options that you may have overlooked or not previously considered—and better yet, the functionality of these items are useful beyond on-site management, they can all be incorporated into your daily job to enhance productivity and/or just make life easier.
Wasn’t it just six months ago that we all had lofty goals about where we were headed? Perhaps June should be designated as the time to get real about what we’ve accomplished and what we have not since Jan. 1.
As planners we have so much competing for our attention, it’s wise every now and then to step back and rethink our routines.
Remember, you’re not going anywhere. So if the flight won’t move, your attitude may as well.
Don’t end up asking yourself huge quality-of-life questions: What’s life all about? Why am I here? Is that all there is?
Look at some of the worst workaholics within your meeting planning community and start doing what they do. Read on!
Much of human behavior can be explained by the phrase “behavior that is rewarded is repeated.”
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.
Love it or hate it, email is part of your daily life. Last week we shared seven tips for taking control. Here are six more, collected over the years.
“Manage me as if I’m one of the most important elements to staying in control and maintaining productivity, because I am.”
In evolutionary terms, we’re in the age of “over-information.” How do you cope? Get organized.
Even if you’re new to the planning industry, you already know that with every event line there’s a timeline for getting it done.