Spending time and resources to go to a conference can be a hard decision. Here I’m sharing my takeaways from my recent experience at VenturePop as well as three reasons you should consider attending a conference.Read More
An org chart is a game-changing tool to help you address important challenges in your small team. Here are five simple steps to help you create your own org chart.
Before you can become an effective leader, you have to cultivate the mindset of a leader. Here are three mental shifts that you must make if you are going to be successful as a leader of your organization.Read More
If you have a team, you are going to have to hold people accountable for their performance. The good news is that the more time you spend proactively creating a high-accountability environment, the less time you will have to spend reactively holding people accountable. Here are five ways to proactively improve accountability on your team.Read More
I think we can all agree that your life would be better, maybe even easier, if you had zero emails in your inbox rather than the hundreds, or thousands, that you have right now. But, with all of the demands on your time, how on earth can you do this once, let alone consistently? Here are four reasons you can’t get your e-mail under control.Read More
Not only does batching save time by eliminating the cost of task switching, it also helps you do better work. Here are six ways you can use batching to get more done today.Read More