With the acquisition of my agency and now working as a partner on my new Salesforce partner, I have an issue where I’m running two G Suite accounts and now have 2 calendars to manage. My old agency account is still active to use for my publications and speaking – and the new account is for Highbridge. While I could share and see each calendar on the other, I also need to actually show times
This last month, I was asked by two different firms to use some management system for our projects. They’re both dreadful. Put bluntly; it’s project management that’s killing my productivity. Project management systems must be easy to use if you want your teams to be productive. I appreciate simple task management platforms, and that’s how Taskade was designed. What is Taskade? Taskade is a real-time collaboration app for your ideas, goals, and daily tasks. Organize
In a study from Microsoft on Social Tools Usage and Perceptions in the Enterprise, it appears that they’ve uncovered yet more evidence that women are much smarter than men. Men are more likely than women to say these restrictions are due to security concerns, while women are more likely to blame productivity loss. Ugh. It’s so unfortunate that, after all this time, we still have some people in the work place disabling the ability for
I could share some great horror stories with you on my history with banks and credit cards. Some of it has admittedly been my fault but most of it is the ridiculous actions of banks. I wonder how these guys sleep at night… massive profits, bailouts, executive bonuses and ridiculous overage fees haven’t even budged them to improve their systems. Here’s a great example… my business credit card has been turned off twice while traveling.
The only problem is that web-based email is terribly inefficient. If you want to be more productive than the half billion people who use web-based email, simply switch to a desktop email client. Here’s why:
As long as there have been project managers, there has been a quick-and-dirty trick for describing any project. It’s called the “Fast-Cheap-Good” rule, and it will take you about five seconds to understand. Here’s the rule: Fast, cheap or good: Pick any two. The purpose of this rule is to remind us that all complicated endeavors require tradeoffs. Whenever we have a gain in one area there will undoubtedly be a loss somewhere else. So