I’m guessing you’ve probably been told bya supervisor to be more proactive, or you’ve heard about ‘proactive policing’ which technically isn’t proactive because it’s almost always a response to a problem and is therefore, by definition, reactive. But I am being a little bit semantic. In a nutshell, proactivity is the opposite of reactivity inContinue reading “Be Proactive ALL the Time.”
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Gnifeirb Sdrawkcab. (Work that out.)
A better way to start your day.
Questioned! And Answered.
I was asked a pertinent question by a reader, after yesterday’s article ‘Get a Grip’ Here’s my response.
Get a Grip – It’s Liberating!
How I did fifty tasks in two days…..
Start the New Year ORGANISED. (Because other people don’t.)
The Christmas period is officially over, and the world kicks reluctantly back into motion. All those tasks you had to put off because other people weren’t available (either by choice or because ‘it’s Christmas, it can wait’) now proliferate your to do list – just as more work comes in that was itself generated byContinue reading “Start the New Year ORGANISED. (Because other people don’t.)”
A Timely Reminder
It’s that time of year, when we stop working… kind of.
THE Cure for the Productive Procrastinator
There is an unstated cause of procrastination. One seldom admitted to by anyone having any sense of self-esteem. It is often noticeable in the newest of recruits and staff but is nevertheless present in the most experienced of colleagues. But is a kind of ‘reverse-procrastination’ in that it does not cause the putting off of tasks. In fact, it does the opposite – it creates massive productivity. The trouble is, it’s the wrong kind of productivity. This is the CURE.
I Promised This Next Action, Didn’t I?
I promised that I’d provide the key to making work less stressful. David Allen has that key, but he gave it to me and here it is.
The PolFed was right – partly.
The Police Federation proposes the use of a To Do List. That’s only a start….
Time Management is Common-sense. So you NEED to learn it.
Jim Collins, author of business books “Good to Great” and “Built to Last” once wrote: True discipline means channelling our best hours into first-order objectives.* Just to be clear, he was not promoting blind obedience to the Empire’s replacement in the latter Star Wars movies. That’s not the First Order he meant. He was promotingContinue reading “Time Management is Common-sense. So you NEED to learn it.”