It’s the start of the second quarter.
How’s your productivity improvement plan going for 2018?
Are you sticking with your plan to lift your game or are you backsliding?
If you’re on plan, great. If you’re not, it’s not too late to refocus and get back on track.
If you haven’t started yet, now is the time to do something. Continue reading “Are you measuring your progress?”
If you’re anything like me, you’re probably reassessing what’s going on in your life right now and making plans for a better year in 2018.
Funny how starting a new year gets you thinking about setting goals or making plans to improve your life in some way.
If you’re planning some new projects for 2018, check out Everyday Project Management for an easy-to-understand introduction to project management.
If you’re thinking about lifting your game at work to a new level of performance, you’ll find the workshop-in-a-book inside Everyday Productivity full of ideas to help you make that a reality.
If this is the year you’ve decided to get control of your finances, Everyday Money Mangement is the money management strategy you’re looking for.
Peter Mulraney is the author of the Everyday Business Skills series.
Productivity is an economic concept that arose as a way of measuring the efficiency of production processes.
Now, it’s routinely applied to employees – people like you.
You are expected to be more productive every year.
You need to deliver more from your personal effort to justify your continued employment.
‘What, you want a raise? Show me how you’re going to be more productive. This is a business, not a charity!’
And, don’t think you’re immune if you are self-employed – all productivity depends on your personal effort. Continue reading “What’s blocking your personal productivity?”