In a previous series, I laid out a 5-step productivity process for leaders, which I then turned into a Productivity Blueprint (see my bio below for how to access). This post dives deeper into the third of the five steps, doing for maximal productivity. Now that we’ve focused on removing distractions and blocking out time,... Read more »

In a previous series for SmartBrief, Naphtali laid out his 5-step productivity process for leaders, which he then turned into a Productivity Blueprint. This post is the first to dive deeper into the third of his five steps, doing for maximal productivity. Okay. So, we’ve planned our work (Step 1) and put systems in place... Read more »

In a previous series for SmartBrief, I laid out my five-step productivity process for leaders, which I then turned into a Productivity Blueprint. This post dives deeper into the second of my five steps, sharing for maximal productivity. The fifth and final piece of the second productivity step – “share it” – is to monitor each project... Read more »

In a previous series for SmartBrief, I laid out my five-step productivity process for leaders, which I then turned into a Productivity Blueprint. This post dives deeper into the second of my five steps, sharing for maximal productivity. Of course, all of we have been discussing assumes that you are prepared to delegate work. Delegation is a... Read more »

In a previous series for SmartBrief, I laid out my five-step productivity process for leaders, which I then turned into a Productivity Blueprint. This post dives deeper into the second of my five steps, sharing for maximal productivity. As helpful as meetings are for leaders to set and clarify expectations and build relationships, there still needs to... Read more »

In a previous series for Olami, Naphtali laid out his 5-step productivity process for leaders, which he then turned into a Productivity Blueprint. This post is the second to dive deeper into the second of his five steps, sharing for maximal productivity, and picks up from this last one, which made the case for huddling... Read more »

It’s okay not to know… and to admit it. In a “social” world (sadly, often of the more superficial variety), in which we feel a constant urge to be smarter, more successful, happier, and better looking than the next person, it’s hard to start a post by admitting that I don’t know something. That it’s... Read more »