I’ve been reading Getting from College to Career, the classic career guidebook by Lindsey Pollak (a longtime friend of this blog — click on that link for a guest post), which was reissued last week. The book is packed with very practical advice for the modern world. Get a good headshot (what do you think you’re going to use on your LinkedIn p… read more »
Is it really Friday again? This week I had a piece over at Fortune called “Can introverts succeed in business?” Using as a news hook Susan Cain’s bestselling book, Quiet: The Power of Introverts in a World That Can’t Stop Talking, I argue that introverts do have certain in-demand business skills. Like coming up with ideas. And list… read more »
Effective time-management means taking big goals, breaking them down into doable chunks, and then getting those tasks on the schedule.
But what defines a “doable chunk”?
I have been pondering this lately as I realize just how fragmented I have — through various choices — made my life. Because I work from home, I can eat lunch with m… read more »
Over at CBS MoneyWatch this week, I’ve been returning to some classic productivity advice (with one wild card thrown in).
The most read post? “The little mistake that kills your productivity.” As with “What the most successful people do before breakfast,” I now know that is an incredibly click-able title. “Little… read more »
I’ve been working on the project of losing my baby weight for 3 months now. In doing so, I’ve discovered a radically simple and effective way to lose weight that I promise will work for you too!
1. I eat less than I want to eat2. I exercise more than I want to exercise
As result of these revolutionary, breakthrough secrets, I have lost 10 lbs in 3 months, which co… read more »