This week, I welcomed my friend Tim Stringer back to the podcast to teach us the core principles of how to manage your task list. Tim shared key principles and made suggestions on helpful solutions to use for your task management system.
I’m also inviting you to join me live later today, tomorrow, or Friday to get objective feedback to make a better decision. Join me with and other listeners via live videoconference to start the year by benefitting from the wisdom and experience of others in our listening community. Claim your free, virtual seat right now.
As you’ve been hearing in the mini-course I’m airing on the podcast feed this week, applications are open for the Coaching for Leaders Academy, but only through this Friday the 12th. Want to discover more about the Academy? Hit reply and I’ll help with more details.
Weekly Guide: Related Episodes
- CFL151: How To Be More Productive
- CFL180: Do This for a Productive Week
- CFL184: Getting Things Done with David Allen
- CFL319: The Way to Stop Spinning Your Wheels on Planning
Weekly Guide: Articles
The Most Important Leadership Competencies, According to Leaders Around the World: Which do you need to get better at in 2018?
25 Books for Success: Solid list of the classics. Books #1 and #5 are my all-time favorites for personal and professional excellence.
Adapting Bullet Journal to a Hyper-Connected World: Searching for a paper and pencil option for task management? Past guest Cal Newport discuses the Bullet Journal we mentioned in this week’s episode.
Leaders Ask for Feedback: Yes, they do, And, if you really want to get better at this, check out this past episode with Sheila Heen, co-author of Difficult Conversations.
LinkedIn’s billionaire founder Reid Hoffman says helping run PayPal taught him an unexpected lesson about networking: If networking is a goal of your this year, some great ideas here in Hoffman’s slides.
Weekly Guide: Video
Trying To Earn An A+ In Everything Keeps You From Your Greatness: Past guest Lisa Cummings reminds us to focus on our strengths rather than trying to fix our weaknesses.
Weekly Guide: Inspiration
My Dad Discovered He Had a Son Less Than a Minute Before He Discovered He Had Lost His Son: Powerful 4-minute video — and the message is spot on.