With so many overflowing inboxes, it’s easy to see that email has become the default way of communicating for so many of us. Checking email first thing in the morning and the self-initiated habit of logging on a million times a day tends to be the norm these days. Yes, it’s quick and easy, but is email really the best form of communication when our lives are already so busy? The answer is categorically no…
Unfortunately for many making decisions can often take up too much time and attention, which reduces your productivity and can lead to a general sense of frustration! If you do these four annoying things it’s time to revamp they way you make decisions…
So you know that networking’s great for your career, and you’ve been busy plugging away at building your professional circle of contacts for a while. Tick, tick! But then comes the tricky task of actually building relationships with those people. Life’s busy and for most of us it would be close to impossible to physically catchup with your contacts on a regular basis, so how are you supposed to nurture your network and get to know them when there never seems to be enough hours in the day?
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