Published January 23, 2009
Tags: office, productivity
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Like most people, I make my fortune working in an office everyday. I have the luxury of working with a great organization filled with the best people. But there are many times when my sanity is tested, which is bound to happen when you are around people all day.
Since I see my co-workers more then my family during the week, I want to be sure I maximize the time with my family. The last thing I want to do is bring home work stress to the family. I also want to maintain professional, friendly relationships with my co-workers so we can help each other achieve our goals.
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Published January 9, 2009
Tags: books, GTD, productivity
As I mentioned last week, I eagerly picked up a copy of Leo Babauta’s The Power of Less. All in all, it’s a great framework for how to simplify your life personally and professionally. Long time readers of Leo’s popular Zen Habits blog (one of my personal favorites) will not pick up much new information, although the book does a nice job of presenting a lot of his content in one place. However, for those who are unfamiliar with Leo’s work, there is a wealth of knowledge on topics such as maintaing focus, setting priorities, creating new habits, and managing time.
Although it’s a scant 150 pages, resulting in a very quick read, there is a lot of thought provoking content that is augmented well by Leo’s blog and the companion website thepowerofless.com
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