Jack remembered back to when he was in the entry position of his company. He remembered watching the buzz when the executive team was in town. He saw the hustle and scramble of the team to roll out the red carpet. They seemed to have the life. Meetings with food brought in all day, outings at night to special events, travel to big cities. He was tired of feeling like he had all the grunt work with little perks. Jack decided his goal was to be in executive leadership. He felt confident with his MBA behind him and ready to climb the ladder.
Brian Tracey has a great book, Eat That Frog. This book is awesome for illustrating the basic concept of prioritizing. In order for you to get your plate empty you will have to stop and assess what is the most important thing for you to get done. Our to-do lists
With the new year just around the corner, there are all kinds of intentions floating around. But, be it the cold weather or the less than pleasant tasks involved, procrastination quickly sets in and our resolutions are tucked away, never to become a reality. If you’re ready to take on