“Remember, the feeling you get from a good run is far better than the feeling you get from sitting around wishing you were running.” Those words from Olympic swimmer and author Sarah Connor capture the essence of a skill those wanting to thrive in the new world of work need.
We live in a world with constant interruptions, interesting internet rabbit holes to explore, and mobile apps to try. There’s more information than we can possibility absorb, consider, and read; more activities than we can ever do in a lifetime. Thriving in today’s world requires us to self-manage, or we can drown in a sea of busyness, with our time used up and our results minimal.
There is plenty to keep us busy – we know that. But, people who are winning at working know how to self-manage that busyness from the inside-out around their (continue reading →)