A earlier post outlined the components of a basic process flow. When you have a process that is critical, consider documenting your process. A process is critical if there are negative consequences when the process is not done correctly.
When I schedule a trip, I kick off my expense invoicing process. At the time I . . . → Read More: Documenting the process
If you have a recurring activity you have a process. When you mow your lawn, do the dishes, or even pay your bills, you use a process to do the job consistently and correctly. These routine activities are pretty straight forward for most people. It would seem ridiculous to spend time documenting these processes.
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Part of work is accepting assignments from others. There is work to be done and you are the person to do the work. Sometimes you are the best person for the work because of your skills, knowledge, and/or experience. Sometimes you are the person who has the time, you volunteered for a learning opportunity, . . . → Read More: Secret of accepting work
I recently resigned from my 8 to 5 corporate job at a Fortune 500 company. Most of my co-workers, friends, and family have been very supportive. It didn’t really matter if I received their support because I know that I am better aligned spending my time as a coach, writer, and speaker.
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Many readers of this blog are bloggers themselves. It can be difficult to get ideas to a finished blog post. Even if you aren’t a blogger, some of the process I use may help you to capture an idea and put it in to action.
I don’t know about you but . . . → Read More: Capturing the entire idea while it is fresh