Hourly & Block Scheduling Tips for a Productive Day

What I've come to find over time is that highly efficient people tend to use some kind of scheduling system to help them manage their days in a more organized and productive manner than most. For me, a person who has historically operated in a less structured fashion, the idea of implementing a daily process … Continue reading Hourly & Block Scheduling Tips for a Productive Day

The Art of People Business – The Misguided Worker Mentality (Part Two)

Last week, I started off our discussion, regarding "The Misguided Worker Mentality", with a bang and introduced you to "The Entitled Worker". And, then I proceeding to get into the description of "The Credit-Stealing Worker". For today's post, I'll repeat the start of the description (provided last week) and then extend it to give you … Continue reading The Art of People Business – The Misguided Worker Mentality (Part Two)

The Art of People Business – The Misguided Worker Mentality (Part One)

In this installment of "The Art of People Business", I'm not discussing how people may have misunderstandings on work mantras such as "work smarter, not harder"; "if you don't work, you don't eat", "work first, play later", "there is no substitute for hard work", and "hard work always pays off". No, not at all. As … Continue reading The Art of People Business – The Misguided Worker Mentality (Part One)

10 Productivity-Producing Questions for Content Creators

You can only put so much in a blog post title. So, while "10 Productivity-Producing Questions for Content Creators" might peak your interest without giving you the complete picture, the full title (to bring clarity to the subject matter at hand) might read: "10 Questions That Can Help Boost A Content Creator's Productivity if the … Continue reading 10 Productivity-Producing Questions for Content Creators

The Art of People Business – Stellar Follow-Up

There's not one single, solitary person that I personally know who enjoys being ignored. I'd even venture to say that no human being appreciates being ignored when communicating to or soliciting assistance from another. No one relishes in the thought of being easily dismissed as if he or she is not worthy of the other … Continue reading The Art of People Business – Stellar Follow-Up

New Blog Series on the Horizon

Blogging has helped me to distinguish two different tools that I routinely enjoy using: lists and series. If you've checked out my posts for any length of time, you'll notice that I'm pretty generous with the amount of lists I use in the course of one week's blog posts. I practically use them in every … Continue reading New Blog Series on the Horizon

My Experience with Canva in less than 500 words

As I just finished using Canva to complete my very first flyer, promoting my very first book, I couldn't help but to sit back and stare in awe at my piece of visually-appealing artwork. (See below.) Then, I mentally put focus on the true creative hero here, realizing that I largely owe my masterpiece to … Continue reading My Experience with Canva in less than 500 words