In Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business by Gino Wickman, he details the Entrepreneurial Operating System® (EOS®), which is a complete tool kit to help teams improve and grow their companies. There are Six Key Components in EOS®, which are Vision, People, Data, Issues, Process, and Traction.
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We make decisions everyday that have huge impacts. The Kepner Tregoe (KT) Decision Analysis provides a method to help us make critical decisions.
“What is important is seldom urgent, and what is urgent is seldom important.” President Dwight D. Eisenhower From 1953 to 1961, Dwight D. Eisenhower served as the 34th President of the United States. Before being President, he rose to the rank of Five-star General in the US Army and commanded the Allied Forces to win […]
What is the Pareto Principle (80/20 Rule)? The 80/20 Rule or Pareto Principle states that about 80% of the results (outputs) come from about 20% of the causes (inputs). When examining systems or businesses, there are a minority of elements or people that generate much more impact than a majority of elements or people. This […]
In the process of growing Asian Efficiency, his company, Thanh Pham has established himself as one of the top thought leaders in the productivity space. I share his top three tips to get a year’s worth of work or to just get more done in the next 90 days. “Having some sort of structure or […]
“Free time is the enemy of progress.” Casey Owen Neistat is an American YouTube personality, filmmaker, and vlogger. Free time can seem like you are giving yourself a break, but a lot of the time, unstructured free time can seldomly result in relaxation and satisfaction. Even for me, I can fall into the trap of […]
Charlie Gilkey found that most productivity books focused on low-level tasks. He wrote “Start Finishing” to focus more on collaboration and the big picture
“If your life sucks, it’s your fault. If your life rocks, it’s your fault.” Kendra Wright, HeyKendra Kendra Wright was by no means ordinary. She started her journey in this world with the bleakest of circumstances: She was born three months early to a 15-year old mom in a small midwestern town. She had a […]
Learn about the productivity type suited for our personality. Devin Ambron has researched and determined that people for productivity.
Our environment has a significant impact on the work we want to get done. We can organize our work space to be more productive using the Japanese 5S system of organization.
Lean principles help businesses eliminate wasteful processes while also improving productivity. Initially, lean was created for car manufacturing lines.
We can improve the quality of our lives by managing our five personal resources, which are also known as STEAM: Skills, Time, Energy, Attention, and Money.
Systems are organized structures of things or people to achieve a specific goal. We can use systems thinking to examine the systems that make up our world.
This post explores what is productivity. We can increase productivity by making improvements in the quality or quantity of the goods or services produced.
I realized that for most of my life, life was controlling me. I was unorganized. It was messy. I would lose things, miss commitments, and forget stuff.