In a recent blog post, I offered advice for how to handle people who make mistakes when they should have known better. The premise discusses how to understand the situations that lead to their mistakes. But what if you are the person who should have known better? How can you avoid being that person? . . . → Read More: Avoiding “You should have known better”
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
Last Monday I started a series of posts about an organization and planning system. Today I continue this series. For more than 15 years I have been polishing and perfecting this system. Last week I outlined making a list, labeling each item, placing a priority number for each item, then start taking action. Today’s . . . → Read More: Making the most of every day, Part II: Using your list
I have been blogging now for over two months. I have really enjoyed being able to share my experiences, ideas, and lessons that I have learned with you. This project is an experiment.
An experiment to me is when you try something to see how it works then make a change to see . . . → Read More: Change in blogging