For any of you old farts like me, do you remember when email was new? What fun. Your boss could bitch at you from a different city. Your first email account was probably business-related, but reasonably early, you got a personal email account, probably Yahoo or AOL, at that point. You may even still have that first account.
Filled with ten thousand pieces of junk.
You think about getting it under control, but the task is just too daunting. So you keep doing what you’ve been doing for the last decade or four.
How’s that working out for you?
This article will discuss five tips for controlling your email rather than letting it control you. Even if you haven’t been using email since the stone ages, you can still benefit from these tips. It’s never too late to start, and it will make your electronic life much easier. …
At the beginning of 2020, before I even knew that our world would change so dramatically, I began a new mantra; Be Intentional.
And after everything that has happened this year to turn the world upside down and change almost everything I do, that one thing has remained a constant. Be Intentional.
I have attempted to incorporate that thought into every action I take and everything I do. From bending over to tie my shoes to the most complex post-processing of one of my photos, be intentional.
But what does that mean, exactly? It’s hard to describe, but it became sort of a wrapper around everything I do, a mindset, an approach, and an execution, all in one. …
Do you ever have one of those days?
Of course, you do; we all do. The question is how to deal with them. If you’re like me, you waste most of the day banging your head against the wall, trying to push through it. But nothing seems to work.
I write a lot about productivity, so it might be strange to be writing about days when you are not productive. …