Tag Archive: organization

Nov 03

Lower Stress with Preparation and Organization

Mar 09

E146: Organize Files and Information

“Are your employees wasting time searching for files and information?” Get organized and centralized to save time and effort.

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Feb 16

E131: Clear The Jobsite Clutter

“Messy project sites give the impression of poor quality work.” Keep you sites safe and productive by maintaining a clutter free work area.

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Jan 26

Episode 116 – Task Selection

“20% of what you do every day produces 80% of the results, focus on the right stuff.” Today we talk about selecting the right tasks to focus on.

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Jan 19

Episode 111 – Organizing Deliverables

“Review and organize your contract deliverables for a successful project.” Are you preparing your contract deliverables properly?

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Dec 29

Episode 96 – Slow Times

“Slow times during the Holidays are a great time to focus on your business.” Today we talk about focusing on improving your business during the holiday slow times.

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Dec 22

Episode 91 – Organizing Work and Fun

“Avoid burnout and recharge your reasons why by scheduling fun time and vacations.” Plan time for having fun and taking vacation. It’s what we work so hard for.

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Nov 10

Episode 61 – Setting Big Goals

“Are your goals putting limits on you? Set proper goals to inspire success.” Today we talk about setting the right big-picture inspiring goals.

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Oct 27

Episode 51 – Avoid Getting Overwhelmed

“How do you eat an elephant? One bite at a time. Breaking down tasks into bite sized chunks on today’s Coachcast.” Today we talk about avoiding getting overwhelmed by all that we have to do by breaking things into smaller tasks.

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Sep 29

Episode 31 File Organization

It’s estimated that we spend 1 week to 1 month annually searching for files on our database or on our computers. ┬áIf you look at a company with 10 employees that’s 800 hours on average and at $30 per hour that can equate to over $24,000 annually wasted searching for something.

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