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By Kat Boogaard You look down at your seemingly endless to-do list and and feel like you’re either going to throw up or burst into tears—maybe both. Yes, you’re all for prioritization tricks, productivity hacks, and magic formulas that promise to make you more efficient and help you strategically tackle those tasks. But, this time you’ve been struck with a brutal realization: There is absolutely no way you’ll be able to get this all done in time. Nope, there isn’t a new method, mysterious potion, or helpful tip out there that could save you.
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It's not just their leadership skills that will soar. Your business will too. As a business owner, it’s not just the job make budgeting decisions, sign the paychecks, and promote production and sales. It is also part of the job to motivate your team to succeed in their individual projects, thus pushing the success of the business further. Knowing how to motivate your employees is a key factor to a successful business. As long as you have the right people in place and motivate them to do their jobs properly and proudly, your business will soar. So how do you mot
By Nathan Tanner Want to write for the same publication as Richard Branson, Jack Welch, and Arianna Huffington? Good news, you can. LinkedIn launched its publishing platform in 2012 by inviting 150 of the most influential thought leaders to write original content. Today, all members can use Pulse to share their unique knowledge and professional insights with the 433+ million members who interact there. At the same time that it’s exciting, it’s also a bit intimidating—especially for non-writers. While you might see the potential to strengthen your brand and bu
By David Kadavy You may have noticed that Google Calendar has some unique features. For example, you can find time for your goals and set reminders. I played a very small part in these updates, but I learned a lot about my own productivity in the process. I used to be an advisor to Timeful, a productivity app co-founded by behavioral scientist Dan Ariely, which was then bought by Google—and many of these new features originated with Timeful. My role at the time was to talk to their product designers about integrating a cohesive productivity philosophy into the app. Pr
By Alex Cavoulacos Oh, email. Whether you’re managing a few people, a large team, or just yourself, it can both help and hinder your success. Because, as I’m sure you’ve noticed, the more people you collaborate with, the more messages build up, and the more challenging it is to get through them in the five minutes you have between back-to-back meetings. While I can’t wave a magic wand and solve this problem for you, I can tell you that I found a system that really works for me as a manager—it all comes down to having a few trusty labels in your
By Lolly Daskal of Inc. These are times that call for great leaders—people who are confident and courageous, certain in their leadership—to show us the way. It’s not easy, but if we can learn to follow their example we too can separate ourselves from the pack. Here are 10 powerful ways to become a successful leader: 1. Create a Compelling Vision Great leaders focus on the future. They have a clear picture of what they want, and they make it happen. They are excited about the future and don’t waste time being stuck in the past.
By Nina Semczuk Personally, I’ve never liked the phrase “time management.” To me, the words conjure the image of someone frantically shifting time blocks on a (overwhelmingly full) digital calendar, all while glancing at a big cartoon-sized clock that’s counting down to an impending deadline. While I know that’s not what time management actually means, I’m still not a fan of admitting that I need any help organizing my day. But, when my to-do list starts piling up and I’m already sprinting through the day in full chaotic force, I know
By Sara McCord A co-worker sends you an email asking if you’re available for a 2:30 PM meeting, and your first thought is: How am I going to get out of this? You haven’t blocked out that time on your calendar, because technically you aren’t already committed to something else. However, you have a list of things planned for the afternoon, and no, a surprise meeting isn’t on it. Before you automatically (though, begrudgingly) agree because you don’t think you have a choice, keep this is mind: While it’s true people will judge someone who decli
By Sara McCord While “Here are the top three reasons why I’m amazing…” is no way to start a conversation, bragging often gets a bad rap. But that’s not fair. Bragging in itself isn’t bad, it’s often how people go about it. So with that said, if you learn to go about it the right way, it can be undeniably helpful in your career—specifically in these three situations: 1. At a Networking Event Common Mistake: Sounding Insincere One of the top complaints people have about networking is that it feels transac