Posts Tagged ‘performance’

Night Owls vs. Early Risers: What’s Best for Your Business?

Arielle Kimbarovsky | January 6th, 2016

Some people wake up with the sunrise, while others are just then going to bed. Personally, I would much rather finish my day at 4 am than start it at that hour. I find that my creativity and productivity both peak while the rest of the world is asleep. There are few distractions, and I […]

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Five Strategies To Help You Succeed In Business Meetings

Ross Kimbarovsky | November 16th, 2015

I do not love meetings. They typically take far more time than necessary, involve more people than necessary, and often lead to more meetings. Unfortunately, it’s impossible to run a successful company and not meet  with your team. After all, meetings can help resolve problems that could otherwise take too long or be too difficult […]

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The Surprising Truth About What Motivates People

Ross Kimbarovsky | May 28th, 2010

I found this talk (and video) fascinating and wanted to share it with you. The speaker, Daniel Pink, authored four books about the changing world of work (two of the books – A Whole New Mind and Drive – are New York Times bestsellers). Dan recently spoke at the Royal Society for the encouragement of […]

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How I Stay Efficient – My Three Hour Rule

Ross Kimbarovsky | February 16th, 2010

Some people are more efficient than others. There are many reasons for this: ability to focus, complexity of the work, distractions, etc. But while some  have unique skills and intellect to get things done quickly, most people must develop systems to help them improve their efficiency and balance many diverse tasks. Some rely on to-do […]

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