Reduce your workload to increase your efficiency.

Reduce your workload to increase your efficiency.

Photo Courtesy of Jarvis Davis Decision fatigue: difficulty in making a good decision experienced as a result of the number of decisions one needs to take. Decision fatigue is no joke. It’s science. We wake up with a bucket of willpower, which I like...
What happened when I switched to LinkedIn Only.

What happened when I switched to LinkedIn Only.

I already know this is going to create controversy. It may even yield some ugly comments, but in January, I stopped Facebook and Twitter and became LinkedIn only and it has been one of the best business moves I’ve made. Six years ago when I started my business,...
Stop Stealing Productive Time

Stop Stealing Productive Time

When I work with corporate clients, one of the biggest complaints is the number of meetings in a day. Often, these meetings start first thing in the morning, which steals the most productive time for them to focus and do in-depth work. They may get little 30-minute...
Gut-Friendly Snacks to Add to Your Pantry

Gut-Friendly Snacks to Add to Your Pantry

Snacking at work can sometimes be a distraction to get us through the day, and also part of what creates community among co-workers. You might share a celebratory cake for birthdays, or indulge in communal meals for holidays or other exciting workplace announcements....
What Do You Need to Give Up to Get Better?

What Do You Need to Give Up to Get Better?

This article was originally published in Money, Inc. On June 1 I launched a new keynote, What’s Your Joe Joe®? I’m a professional speaker whose topics are on productivity and health with titles of Email Extinguisher, Conquer the Calendar, Task Mastery, and Energy...