Category Archives: Time Management

Lessons From Summer Vacation

Like it or not, summer is drawing to a close. Many have already returned to work or school, getting back into the groove. As the pressures of the daily routine resume, memories of summer, leisure and vacation can quickly fade. Recently, I was on a vacation and saw this image: These three words – float,

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Alarms

  Alarms are everywhere: on cars, on homes, on phones, on smoke detectors, on clocks and more. In their simplest form, alarms are audible calls to action. They are designed to catch our attention and make us do something in response. Alarms are therefore very useful tools for: Reminding us to perform a task Notifying

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Plan Like a Weatherman

Do you check the weather forecast? Most people do. Sometimes the prediction is “spot on,” while other times it completely misses the mark. Regardless of whether the previous day’s forecast was accurate or not, each morning my local meteorologist appears on my screen with a big smile, telling the viewers what weather conditions to expect

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girl being late

On Being Late

Growing up I had a friend who was always late. I loved her (still do!), but I have to admit it drove me crazy. As I grew older, I came to realize that many people are chronically late. I’ve heard this tendency downplayed, rationalized, and excused, leading me to ask two questions: “Does being late

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Where Is The Finish Line?

Sports analogies are a popular public speaking tool. Everyone from preachers to teachers to motivators use them. One sports analogy I hear quite commonly is one about “running the race.” This is a useful image for discussing the challenges of training, ferocity of competition and need for cultivating tenacity. Since most of us have either

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