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12 Most Wipe-it-Out Tips I Learned on the way to Inbox Zero

12 Most Wipe-it-Out Tips I Learned on the way to Inbox Zero | Prionomy | Scoop.it

Inbox zero... it's a dream or a nightmare for you? Sometimes I wonder, why should I be always in this situation, it's only stress for me. But, if you want it, here twelve advices to do so. [note Martin Gysler]


Email Inbox Zero. At times it can feel like the El Dorado of digital organization — everyone thinks it will bring them organizational bounty, but it proves horribly elusive.


However, it can be done. I’ve been there, more than once.


You too can get there — with the help of the dozen top tips I learned along the way.


1. Decide how often you want to be at zero


Having your inbox permanently at zero is impossible. Having messages come in is, after all, half the point of email. As a lot of my work is built around weekly cycles, for me hitting inbox zero at the end of each week is the aim; for you it might be each day.


Read more: http://12most.com/2012/02/08/tips-learned-to-inbox-zero/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+12Most+%2812+Most%29


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SUNDAY’S LEADERSHIP MANTRA: Goal.

SUNDAY’S LEADERSHIP MANTRA: Goal. | Prionomy | Scoop.it
Everyone wants to be successful and, some people would do all to achieve it (...).

A good tool for success is certainly, the goal. As Brian Tracy say:


“Goals are the fuel in the furnace of achievement” Brian Tracy


what makes me say that this topic is sufficiently interesting and important to linger a bit.

 

All of these goals that will lead us to success!

 

Introduction

 

Beyond the basics of goal that he should be SMART: Simple and Specific | Measurable | Achievable | Realistic | Time limited and which is known to most of us, I would like add the emotional meaning of the subject.

 

Indeed, the act of setting goals is often linked to an emotional process:

From needs who are deepest in us; an ambition to be this or that; Or an ego, oversized, who plays tricks on us;

and many other factors.

 

All these elements combined can significantly change the logic of things and lead us sometimes on unsafe paths and strewn with pitfalls.

 

When should we have a goal?...

 

Read the full article: http://martingysler.com/2012/01/15/sundays-leadership-mantra-goal/


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How to Fight Information Overload

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Information overload is a creature that has been growing on the Internet’s back since its beginnings. The bigger the Internet gets, the more information there is. The more quality information we see, the more we want to consume it. The more we want to consume it, the more overloaded we feel.

 

This has to stop somewhere. And it can.

 

As the year comes to a close, there’s no time like the present to make the overloading stop.

 

What you need to do is focus on these 4 steps:

Set your goals. Decide whether you really need the information. Consume only the minimal effective dose. Don’t procrastinate by consuming too much information.

 

But before I explain exactly what I mean, let’s discuss information overload in general.


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Is Your Leadership Limiting Your Organizations Ability to Grow?

Is Your Leadership Limiting Your Organizations Ability to Grow? | Prionomy | Scoop.it

This is the first in our series of articles that looks at leadership capacity and its impact on organizational growth and transformation. The full series will be available for download as a white paper once it is completed.

 

Leadership capacity is more than simply skill development; it’s about performance, growth, transformation and change. For the purpose of our discussion in this series of articles, let’s define it as;

 

“Leadership Capacity is the skilful use of leadership attributes for the growth and development of ourselves, our colleagues and our organization”.

 

Great leaders not only understand how to engage and inspire their teams to get the best results — they understand the need to create participatory and collaborative processes that develop the abilities of the next generation of leaders.

 

Leadership lays the groundwork for success

 

Successful companies do not happen by accident. They are the result of building effective leadership capacity and an awareness and willingness to take the necessary steps in identify internal talent and nurture them into the leaders of tomorrow.

 

Read more: http://www.customerthink.com/blog/is_your_leadership_limiting_your_organizations_ability_to_grow


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12 Steps to Financial Freedom in 2012

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We discuss many aspects of personal finance at Get Rich Slowly. We explore ways to earn more money, get out of debt, and build an emergency fund. We talk about the psychology of money management, and we share tips and tricks for making the most of your savings and your career. Basically, we do our best to help readers take control of their financial lives.


Sometimes it’s easy to get lost in the little details of money management. Sometimes we forget the Big Picture. Because of that, I like to devote my annual Happy New Year post to a colossal summary of the collected wisdom at this site.


If you’ve resolved to take control of your finances in 2012, this article is the place to start. It’s packed with tips and resources for making the most of your money. And as I do every year, I’ve added one tip to the list.


Here then are twelve simple but effective steps to take control of your finances in 2012...


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