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Headphones at Work

Lately when I visit offices, I’ve been taking a quick visual inventory of the number of people wearing headphones. What was once a total rarity has taken off in recent years. Partially this is due to the advance in computer and Internet technology. It’s now possible to listen to almost any kind of music through […]

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Fri, July 15 2011 » Corporate Culture, Stress and Mindfullness » 3 Comments

Should You Have a “Professional Spouse?”

I was at a conference recently of administrative assistants, and one of the panelists talked about how her boss was her “professional spouse.” Not her actual spouse, mind you. Both the executive and the assistant were married to other people, but her point was that (with her words) “as a secretary to an important company […]

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Mon, June 13 2011 » Corporate Culture, Ethics and Fraud, Work/Life Balance » No Comments

Quality and Perfectionism

If I were to be entirely honest, I would say I am a “recovering perfectionist.” Once you have the idea of what it means for something to be flawless, it’s very difficult to accept anything less in the future. However, there is much more value in abandoning the idea of perfect work in favor of […]

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Fri, June 10 2011 » Change Managment and Learning Organization, Corporate Culture, Success Consciousness, Time Management » No Comments

Converting Phone Calls to Emails

If you ever hear someone reciting a long sequence of numbers or letters over a phone call, it’s a good sign that the message they are sending really should be an email instead. After all, who really wants to hear ” Type H T T P colon forward slash forward slash double-u double-u double-u amazon […]

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Mon, May 23 2011 » Personal Organization, Stress and Mindfullness, Technology Tips, Time Management » No Comments

Productivity and a Clean Desk

Here’s a tip that may sound like a way to avoid being productive: clean up your desk.  I know, cleaning up your desk takes away from the time that you’re supposed to be doing valuable work. But it turns out that efficiency is more than just getting things done; it’s also related to how we […]

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Mon, May 9 2011 » Personal Organization, Stress and Mindfullness » No Comments

Don’t Answer It!

I have a love/hate relationship with the telephone. A ringing phone means business, but it’s also an interruption. Caller ID tells me who is calling so I can decide who to ignore, but that also means that I know that people are consciously ignoring me. Now with cellphones, I can reach people no matter where […]

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Wed, May 4 2011 » Personal Organization, Technology Tips, Time Management » No Comments