Free To Focus Productivity

Free To Focus Productivity

Administration, Books, Leadership, Productivity
Free to Focus book by Michael Hyatt is a complete productivity game changer. Michael Hyatt's Free to Focus Productivity system is one of the most complete and doable systems I have come across. Everyone gets 168 hours a week and yet for some, it never feels like enough. Work tends to take up the largest share of that time. Most people think productivity is about finding or saving time so that you can cram more into that time. But it's not! It's about making our time work for us so that we can free up some time and do what we want to do. In Michael’s book Free to Focus he reveals to readers nine proven ways to win at work. We are finally free to succeed in the rest of life…
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How Jaaxy Can Help You Lead

!Top Post, Administration, Affiliate, Coaching, Leadership
Jaaxy is a relatively new tool for me. I am still learning Jaaxy but, so far it has become one trusted resource for me. Jaaxy has become one tool in the tool belt of my leadership development skill building. How does technology, word search, keyword, site ranking type tool help in leadership development? Glad you asked. Let's look and see how Jaaxy can help you lead. Let's look at all the components it provides straight from their website and then answer this question at the end. Keywords There are over 500 million BRAND NEW keywords searched every day in Google alone. That is the reality of the keyword market. To truly leverage the billions of keywords in existence, you need a keyword tool like Jaaxy that can "dig" as deep as you…
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My method of delegation.

Administration, Leadership, ministry, Productivity, task management
The more I talk with people the more I realize delegation is not as understood as I assume. It is with this new understanding that I want to offer up the method of delegation that I have been taught over the years. I am not claiming this is original (hopefully a lot of people use these steps) and it is only one way, but it is mine and it works for me when followed. Too often delegation is poorly executed, frustrating both the person delegating and the person being delegated to. There should be a benefit for both parties but often one or both parties feel dissatisfied. Here is one approach to delegation: 1. Define. You need to know exactly what you are going to delegate. Don't be vague. 2.…
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There is a balance in Leadership

Administration, Kidology Coaching, Leadership, List, Productivity
Ever since I have moved to our new house in Kansas City, MO, I have truly been into my yard and gardening. While involved in these two relaxing activities for myself it has given me a lot of time to think and a ton of leadership comparisons to roll around in my brain. Here's one. Producing a healthy garden it takes the right amount of water, sunlight, fertilizer, and care. Too much water or too little of any one ingredient could result in damaging your gardening. Just like the best gardeners learn through experience and reflection what their gardens need to grow and develop, seasoned leaders learn what it takes to help people and organizations achieve their potential. I think they learn how much each of the items listed below…
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Stop giving importance to the unscheduled

Administration, Kidology Coaching, Leadership, Productivity
A New Year brings with it to many a new beginning. Often times that new beginning involves new habits. Those new habits often times involve becoming a better task manager and that means scheduling things better. Why is it that after just a month or so many are back to feeling that their life is on the start again of spinning out of control? Just a few weeks ago they had all their calendars synced, appointments set, reviewed next day agenda the night before, and even bought the latest gadget, app or software to help with scheduling. Now it is all mixed up. Why? The unscheduled often times trumps the scheduled and planned out. This should not happen and must change! If you have an important team meeting on Tuesday,…
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