Tag: Time Management

Awareness of Time Usage and Personal Decision Making

There are two truisms not usually put together that seem to make perfect sense when accidental usage brings them together. Peter Drucker’s quote, “Time is the scarcest resource and unless it is managed nothing else can be managed,” is one of them. The second Druckerism is, “What gets measured gets managed.” These conjoined ideas result …

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Loosening the Life of Lethargy

Read any motivational book or blog post about accomplishing anything in business or in life and there is probably an underlying assumption that everyone wants to be lively and progressive. Sweet memes are made of this. Is this an unrealistic picture of the people we have become? When there are a gazillion daily temptations toward …

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From the Archives of Make HR Happen – Those Times We Talked Time

While we were discussing a list of items for an upcoming shopping expedition, my wife mentioned that we were out of Thyme. I knew we were not in any particular hurry, so at first this was puzzling to me. How can we be out of time already? It is still early and we have all …

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Reviewing This Week on Make HR Happen – December 30, 2012 thru January 5, 2013

  In case you missed this week’s articles, here is a summary: Dec 30 – Blog Soup – From the Archives of Make HR Happen v.9 – This is a re-posting of five previous articles from Make HR Happen. – more –           Dec 30 – When Customer Service Doesn’t Matter …

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Where Will You Start Today? (Hint: Prioritize)

We all know people that seem to need total retraining when they return to work after taking only a few hours off for a nap before breakfast. For most of the rest of us, the first day of work after returning from a vacation or holiday may feel like that. It usually means rekindling a …

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