Monday, 6th of May 2019
'Yesterbox' is a way to handle your email inbox created by Tony Hsieh, the CEO of Zappos.com.
His problem was, like with many of us, that he received too many emails and found himself constantly chasing his inbox to keep up.
By handling your inbox with the 'Yesterbox' principle, you can easily bring your "emails to reply"-list back to 0 and keep it that way without spending countless hours in your mail program.
Friday, 27th of April 2018
Yes! You've read the tittle correctly, 50% of all of your problems are indeed a big waste of time and completely irrelevant!
Once you realise that the solutions for your problems lay on a different level, then you will start to recognize that you're probably working on a lot of things that you shouldn't be working on.
To discover that, you shouldn't focus on the present moment, but you need to have a long term perspective.
Read this blog to find out everything about it.
Friday, 20th of April 2018
You work hard, you push things forward, you're permanently on top of everything, and still there are those moments when things run out of control, when everything seems to be stuck, and when you really have the feeling that your work is completely derailed.
Then how do you deal with such a derailment, and how do you get back on track?
Keep reading, and discover it in this blog post!
Friday, 13th of April 2018
A business, regardless of whether it's a small or a big one, is a complex system of many different parameters and influence factors.
People, cash flow, knowledge, information, equipment, energy, materials,... all have an influence on the performance level of your team/business. And you, as a leader, must be able to manage (or at least oversee) it all.
With that degree of complexity, it's not a surprise that you -just as many other leaders- sometimes lose the overview and miss an element.
And there's nothing wrong with that, we're humans, and humans make mistakes and drop stitches!
But, there's a solution for that!
Read along, and discover how you can handle this complexity.
Friday, 06th of April 2018
It's 5am in the morning, and I'm writing this blog post just after I finished the first meeting of the day (which started at 4:30am), and because of that flow, I already know that today will become a very special day!
Now I have to admit that this isn't my normal routine. It is also very early for me today.
But I do get up early almost every morning, and I know it helps me to stay centred, focused, and happy in a very busy life.
Read along to discover what getting up early can mean for you as an ambitious leader, and how it can give you 45 days of long term oriented time!