Resources

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Pareto and Productivity Principles

By Greg Enos The foundation for current personal productivity thinking is that concepts that have been generated or refined over the last 50 years in the United States. Their logic is inescapable. One of the most significant is the Pareto Principle (80/20 rule) that...

Listening to Remember Names

People frequently ask me how to remember the names of the people they meet. It seems as though many people forget peoples’ names almost immediately. Is the adult human brain so defective that it instantly deletes simple information ? I do not believe so. An often told...

Increasing Personal Productivity

By Greg Enos Personal productivity can be increased with an attitude adjustment and a dose of discipline. There is no need to make a day 26 hours long or invent a time machine. There are plenty of technology tools, training programs and trendy concepts available. They...

Add A Week to 2017

By Greg Enos You can add a week of productivity to 2017 by taking a few simple steps. Ten minutes of improved work focus every day can yield big results. Participants in my personal productivity programs commonly complain that they “don’t get enough done,” feel...

Trust (2016)

Trust – A Critical Factor to Success By Greg Enos Trust is a critical part of life that is frequently taken for granted. It is manifested in many ways, requires the practice of humility and cannot be taken for granted without serious consequences. We may not be...

A Dose of Discipline

A Dose of Discipline Can Get You Back on Track A Publication  of the Associated Subcontractors of Massachusetts, Inc.   Personal productivity can be increased with an attitude adjustment and a dose of discipline. There is no need to make a day 26 hours long or...

Multitasking As a Part of Life

Can we really increase our productivity by multitasking? It is an interesting concept that sparks passionate debate and raises questions about what our brains really can do. Multitasking involves one person doing two or more tasks simultaneously that requires...

Listen Up ! The Professional Contractor Magazine

How to Become a Good Listener  – and Why You Should American businesses lose millions of dollars every year because “people don’t listen,” directions are not fol- lowed, or critical details aren’t properly  communi- cated. While effective listening is an important...