say no to everything unimportant

Say “No” to everything unimportant

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.

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How to Use Asana Tags

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.

If you need additional 1-on-1 support optimising your Asana account and with team training, you can book a free 30-minute introductory call from my consulting page: http://paulm.in/2hkXlQ3

You are a Badass at Making Money PDF and Book Summary

You are a Badass at Making Money by Jen Sincero [Book Summary & PDF]

This isn’t your average how to make money book, this book really focuses on your mindset, thoughts and beliefs. You are a Badass at Making Money is an excellent read for anyone looking for some financial advice with a decent sense of humour. Jen Sincero uses her own economic transformation to teach you what’s truly holding you back from making real money.   Continue reading

how to create focussed work conditions

How to create “focussed work” conditions

The following is an extract from my popular ebook, Guidelines.

Dealing with distractions is one of the most common issues I hear people talk about when it comes to productivity. Especially if you work in an office environment, you’re almost guaranteed to have your work disrupted by someone or something in the office hijacking your attention. On top of that, finding time to focus in between meetings, phone calls, email exchanges, instant messages and other distractions is almost impossible.

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Start with Why Book Summary and PDF 2

Start With Why by Simon Sinek | Book Summary by Paul Minors

There are leaders and there are those who lead. Start With Why is about a naturally occurring pattern, a way of thinking, acting and communicating that gives some leaders the ability to inspire those around them. The more organisations and people who learn to also start with WHY, the more people there will be who wake up feeling fulfilled by the work they do.

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asana training resource guide

The Ultimate Asana Training Resource Guide

Over the years of working with consulting clients, hosting webinars in partnerships with Asana and producing Asana related blog posts and videos, I've massed a big selection of training resources to help people to master Asana. In this post I've collected everything in one place so you can quickly access all the content I've ever produced related to Asana (bookmark this page as I'll be updating it over time).

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Annual, monthly, weekly and daily planning in Asana

Asana is ideal for planning daily tasks, but it's also great as a monthly or even annual goal/strategic planning tool. this video, learn how to create different projects for planning your big projects and goals right down to your daily tasks.

If you need additional 1-on-1 support optimising your Asana account and with team training, you can book a free 30-minute introductory call from my consulting page.

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