Enter [what’s been on my mind] Forgiveness is not a natural human response. At times, it’s even easier to forgive people for being wrong rather than being right. In a competitive environment like a workplace, forgiveness can seem more like a sign of weakness rather than a helpful step towards resolution.
Most entrepreneurs and founders know - and strive - for work-life balance; that middle ground between keeping productivity up at the office and maintaining a healthy environment at home. But this idea implies that work is separate from life, and that a unique portion of time is devoted to each. But what if you could
They say Monday is the day you catch up on all those things from the weekend and that Tuesday is the day you really start working. Well, email may just have something to do with how unproductive Mondays can be. Across a variety of studies, email is shown to reduce your
So many entrepreneurs have it together. They own successful businesses but still spend time doing the things that they love; spending time with their family, working on their hobbies, or playing their favorite sport. Every once in a while I meet business owners whose families have fallen apart, they work
Summer is in full swing and everyone in the office wants to take a vacation, but there is a catch. When small businesses lose just one employee to vacation it means they have lost 15-20% of their staff. This can be brutal for a small business, but with a bit
This is a guest post from one of our thinkspace members, Matt Heinz president and founder of Heinz Marketing. Some of the most successful and productive people I know are lazy. They'll tell you so. David Allen, author of Getting Things Done and the godfather of productivity. Lazy. He will tell you this