Someone else’s goal shouldn’t necessarily be yours – and if you don’t take the care to pick the right goal, you could end up unhappy.
My notes from the business classic High Output Management – covering meetings, planning, delegation, and more.
I’ve hired hundreds of freelancers for a wide range of jobs. This is the process I use to get a great result every time.
Running a business is hard bloody work, and I have a much easier option to make money. So why am I still doing it?
I’ve been in a rewarding and no-drama business partnership for eight years. These are my tips for how to make it work.
A ringing phone is the enemy of the productivity zen master – but I’ve recently found unscheduled calls to be MORE productive. Here’s why…
See the system I use to plan my weeks, never forget anything, and generally stay productive – with virtually no effort required.
The word “leverage” has been horribly abused, but the principle is a vital one: making sure your efforts today produce benefits way into the future.
Whether you want to start a business, invest in one or find a great one to work for, how do you know whether a business idea is good enough? Most business books are infuriatingly vague on the subject – but The Star Principle is specific, easy to understand, and makes intuitive sense.
Everyone has a natural tendency to be either a “project person” or a “perpetual person”. Successful hiring relies on knowing which type of person a role requires.