By Rebecca Purdy, Deputy Director, Central Rappahannock Regional Library Have you ever had a sleepless night because your mind is spinning with everything you need to accomplish at work? Have you ever felt a sense of panic as you darted from one meeting to the next because you haven’t yet begun that project that’s due […]
Time management for me: Alarm goes off at 6 AM. Meditate for 15 minutes. Get ready for the day ahead. Make coffee and eat breakfast. Feed the cats. Leave my apartment by 8:45 AM. Class at 9, 10, and 11 AM. Hustle to work by 1 PM. Get off work at 5 PM. Come home […]
One of my favorite Steven Covey stories from The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People deals with sharpening your saw. As the story goes, a man is in the woods cutting down a tree. A person hiking through the woods asks him what he’s doing. “Sawing down the tree,” is the exasperated response. So the […]
It is not an unusual or an unfair criticism that is heard daily in organizations of all sizes and types. “I’m given the responsibility to get something done, but never the authority to go with it!” There are undoubtedly many reasons why this happens, but two I want to talk about today are: Fear, and […]
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