The late management expert Peter F. Drucker, in his book The Effective Executive, states an executive does not have to be a leader. Effective executives, he states, follow eight practices shown under three headings: To gain knowledge, they asked two questions: What needs to be done? What is right for the enterprise? They converted knowledge to effective […]
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Personal effectiveness is the goal not time management
Unbalanced Life Key To Live As Jesus’ Disciple
Are you aiming to lead a balanced life? Balancing work and family? Maybe, work, family, church, other activities? I strive to live an unbalanced life—that’s right, unbalanced. I know this is counter cultural because, like you, from all sources I hear the balanced life mantra. I think this balancing act was a key reason for the disturbing findings in a December 1983 Princeton Religion Research Center survey conducted for The Wall Street Journal by the Gallup Organization.
Journey from Time Management to Personal Effectiveness
Personal effectiveness improvement is the journey need to move away from time management. That journey is slow. It needs a mindset change. Where are you in life’s journey?
Selective Neglect Relieves Stress Improves Effectiveness
Daily, spending five minutes in the morning, five minutes at noon, and five minutes in the evening, to review priorities and activities will allow you to do more in available time, and with less stress. That’s what selective neglect can do for you.