Category: Time Management

Sometimes running your own business requires a sacrifice of time. For me the sacrifice this Bank Holiday weekend was to work for 4 hours each day in The Bunker – Saturday, Sunday and Monday morning just catching up on meetings that have taken place over the last 2 weeks and generally preparing myself for the
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When you are recruiting team members, hiring suppliers or considering a business partnership, think about these characteristics: DRIVEN – they have a point to prove, a quest; LEADER – they know how to create environments in which people around them become self-motivated; COMMUNICATOR – they are articulate; GET STUFF DONE – they just do. Apply
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I’ve often described Bank Holiday weekends as “freelancer catch-up time” and I wonder how many of you could be found during the last 4 days in your home office or with your head in admin and numbers? For me that was yesterday and a Bunker session that began around 08:00 and, apart from a dog
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I have over 100 Principals and managers who are invited to write a weekly progress report – The Extreme Weekly Tracker – as a catharsis for themselves at the end of each week and as a way of keeping me posted and asking questions. This is extremely valuable on many levels, one of which is
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Whilst appreciating that there will be some who have worked during the Christmas and New Year period, many like me will be back to their routines this morning for the first time after an 11-day break. I’ve not been idle and, in fact, was seized by the desire to have a very early Spring Clean
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Monday morning and for many of us the last full working week of the year. Over the last month, in almost all of the weekly tracker reports I have received from Practice Managers, Marketing Managers and TCOs, I read that they are up to the eyeballs in work, attempting to get everything done before the
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