Do You Have Enough Time to Meet Your Goals?

by Dr. Rick Goodman on September 19, 2018

It’s common for leaders and entrepreneurs to feel like they simply don’t have enough hours in the day. They may have lofty goals, and they may even have a plan to execute those goals. What they don’t have? Time.

There’s no way to give yourself more than 24 hours, but what you can do is align your goal-setting and time management skills, ensuring you actually have enough runway to get those goals off the ground.… Read more...

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Dr. Rick GoodmanDo You Have Enough Time to Meet Your Goals?

Keep Your Employees from Wasting Their Time

by Dr. Rick Goodman on August 1, 2018

Let’s be honest: Most of us waste a little bit of time each day, whether by playing on Facebook, browsing YouTube videos, or simply being idle.

This wasted time is not always, in fact, wasted. There is value in taking a little time to let your mind wander, and to escape from the relentlessness of your to-do list.… Read more...

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How Smart Leaders Sabotage Their Own Time Management

by Dr. Rick Goodman on May 9, 2018

Being good at time management has very little to do with intelligence. In fact, some of the sharpest leaders I know really struggle to use their time effectively. In many cases, they get into their own heads, overthinking things rather than developing the simple yet effective habits that good time management requires.… Read more...

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How to Leave the Office on Time Every Day

by Dr. Rick Goodman on April 9, 2018

There’s a common misconception about working long, late hours. We tend to assume that the employees who burn the midnight oil are working hard and being productive—but actually, I find that the opposite is true. If you’re working late into the evening, it’s probably a sign that you weren’t as productive or as wise with your time during office hours.… Read more...

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Dr. Rick GoodmanHow to Leave the Office on Time Every Day