A few months ago I attended a networking event here at BizDojo, the co-working space I work from here in New Zealand. At the event, we went around the room one-by-one and introduced ourselves and our businesses.
It’s that time of year again… Time to plan for the new year set new goals and build new habits. With this in mind, how can you take advantage of the holidays to plan ahead and start the new year right?
Are you someone who values freedom and wants to be able to work when and how you want?
Do you want to be your own boss instead of answering to other people?
A few months ago I was doing some deadlifts (lifting a loaded barbell from the floor to your waist) during a CrossFit class. To this day I can’t say what I did wrong, but I started experiencing pain in my right knee. It was probably the result of a few things I was doing wrong and I ended up going to the Osteopath and not being able to load my knee for the next 8 weeks.
The following is an extract from my popular ebook, Guidelines. This is one of the guidelines I really try to live by. Even now, I still struggle to follow this rule, but when I do, it really helps me to focus on what matters most.
We all know we should prioritise and focus more on the important tasks. Part of this means learning to say no. It’s very easy to get preoccupied with every new idea that enters your head. It’s even easier to get distracted by seemingly important requests from colleagues, friends and family. Learning to say no is one of the most important skills you’ll need to master in order to hone your ability to focus.
In this brief video, I'll show you some examples of how to use Asana tags and when to use tags vs. custom fields in Asana.
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