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  • Meaningfully set your goals and usefully benchmark your career progress
    do ordinary work too but if you re serious about the goals you can t let ordinary work get in the way Learn to differentiate between what is urgent and what is important The best advice here is often to block time off for your goals it s notable that some executives put time at the gym in their diaries affording it the same importance as meetings Keep track of your progress give yourself deadlines and milestones and incentivise yourself with treats when you hit them Appraise yourself monthly or more often It can be a great idea to share a goal with someone else Two people are far more likely to stick with something than one You might want to consider working with a coach anyone who makes you feel accountable is likely to improve your chances of success If you slip behind remind yourself that it s better to be halfway than no way then get back in the saddle If you discover the goals were completely unrealistic you may wish to lower your sights but you shouldn t give up And if you achieve your goals early set some more and get going on them Hopefully the

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  • Benchmark
    course you have to do ordinary work too but if you re serious about the goals you can t let ordinary work get in the way Learn to differentiate between what is urgent and what is important The best advice here is often to block time off for your goals it s notable that some executives put time at the gym in their diaries affording it the same importance as meetings Keep track of your progress give yourself deadlines and milestones and incentivise yourself with treats when you hit them Appraise yourself monthly or more often It can be a great idea to share a goal with someone else Two people are far more likely to stick with something than one You might want to consider working with a coach anyone who makes you feel accountable is likely to improve your chances of success If you slip behind remind yourself that it s better to be halfway than no way then get back in the saddle If you discover the goals were completely unrealistic you may wish to lower your sights but you shouldn t give up And if you achieve your goals early set some more and get going

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  • stay focused
    course you have to do ordinary work too but if you re serious about the goals you can t let ordinary work get in the way Learn to differentiate between what is urgent and what is important The best advice here is often to block time off for your goals it s notable that some executives put time at the gym in their diaries affording it the same importance as meetings Keep track of your progress give yourself deadlines and milestones and incentivise yourself with treats when you hit them Appraise yourself monthly or more often It can be a great idea to share a goal with someone else Two people are far more likely to stick with something than one You might want to consider working with a coach anyone who makes you feel accountable is likely to improve your chances of success If you slip behind remind yourself that it s better to be halfway than no way then get back in the saddle If you discover the goals were completely unrealistic you may wish to lower your sights but you shouldn t give up And if you achieve your goals early set some more and get going

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  • The Fastest Rowers Don’t Always Make the Fastest Boat
    of the race and then when it came to the hilly portion I knew that s when people tended to give up a little bit because it was the toughest part of the race said Jen Guzman C E O of Stella Chewy s a pet food company based in Milwaukee See full Interview on nytimes com Filed Under Interviews Tagged With Growing Up Interview Jen Guzman Lessons Life Speak

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  • Growing Up
    pack for a lot of the race and then when it came to the hilly portion I knew that s when people tended to give up a little bit because it was the toughest part of the race said Jen Guzman C E O of Stella Chewy s a pet food company based in Milwaukee See full Interview on nytimes com Filed Under Interviews Tagged With Growing Up Interview Jen

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  • Interview
    Bacon and eggs Q Why did you pick the name NewYorkCity A I don t really know I think it was more sort of a happy accident I had always planned on just sharing photos that I was already taking of the city and not so much personal photos Somehow newyorkcity was still available Q You now have more than one million followers Do you find yourself over thinking the photos you post A I just post what I like and sometimes that doesn t necessarily resonate well with my audience But that s O K because I still like it See Full Interview on bits blogs nytimes com Filed Under Interviews Tagged With Instagram Interview Start ups User Turned Entrepreneur What one task would you eliminate from your work day Why 15 November 2013 by Digital Curator Leave a Comment If you could eliminate one task from your business day what would it be and why 1 Saying yes to got a minute meetings By far the most distracting thing in my daily professional life I d like to eliminate are Got a minute meetings They take you off track and can potentially crush your daily productivity Meetings never take only one minute and most of the time are better handled as a cumulation of multiple meetings on a weekly basis Kristopher Jones ReferLocal com 2 Tracking the sales force I spend far more time than I like taking notes about our sales and client activities I know it s critical to keep reliable records but it s just not as fun as doing the work Mary Ellen Slayter Reputation Capital 3 Scheduling conference calls The vast majority of the time conference calls are a complete waste Whether it s seven people or just you and two others they can take up an enormous amount of time without much to show for it As a solution follow the Tim Ferriss methodology Have the participants clearly outline what they want to discuss in writing Then hold the meeting time to 20 minutes max and don t lose control Adam Callinan BottleKeeper 4 Delegating logistical work I ve been working on delegating more of the logistical work in my business so I can focus on strategic planning and the areas where I m creating unique value I believe that I m at my best when I m operating out of my strengths and empowering others to do the same Elizabeth Saunders Real Life E 5 Scheduling via e mail An obvious answer to this question is e mail but for me it s a bit more specific meeting schedule e mails You know those I m available between such and such times but what works for you e mails Those threads get huge and usually wind up being a massive time suck and distraction A public free busy calendar can help combat that Marcos Cordero GradSave LLC See Full Interview on smartblogs com Filed Under Interviews Tagged With Eliminate Interview Task Work day FinePoint s Meredith C Fineman on founding and leading a company 11 November 2013 by Digital Curator Leave a Comment Meredith C Fineman meredithfineman is the founder of FinePoint a digital PR firm based in Washington D C Fineman also writes on career leadership and entrepreneurial issues for Harvard Business Review Fast Company Lifehacker and other sites I recently asked her about how she leads what led her to found her company in 2011 and what she s learned since How do companies like yours extend and support leaders Why and when should leaders executives or otherwise consider firms like FinePoint We re a group of communications professionals who ve purposefully chosen to go the opposite route of the traditional PR We re savvy enough to know the top 10 digital trends but we re also a group of young people who aren t afraid to pick up the phone and book you on a TV show I truly believe that those values are not dead and that they are making a resurgence in this field We re boutique enough to be flexible specialized and endlessly connected How would you describe your company culture Your management style How has the latter changed since you founded FinePoint We re a group of highly passionate individuals who also care about making each other laugh It feels like a group of friends but we also care about getting done with the same tenacity attention to detail and wherewithal that we apply to our personal lives Even though we re all friends I still think it s important to maintain a respected level of leadership and distance I ve also made certain mistakes like not creating the proper professional distance that has definitely impacted the way I want to lead going forward It s always hard as a founder to have everyone believe in your premise and vision as much as you do but I ve found that as the leader the confidence that I exude and highlight becomes infectious When you are considering potential clients or employees what do you look for or ask about For clients FinePoint works in the verticals of tech consumer lifestyle and business With any potential client be it a startup brand individual or otherwise it must be something or someone that I personally would be interested in even in the absence of a professional tie In order to successfully pitch anything you have to be interesting in what you re pitching otherwise it will show in a second I work with a lot of individuals to raise profiles and increase their personal brands and I particularly love working with female leadership There s nothing I love more helping an accomplished leader showcase her efforts For potential employees these things are crucial and essential ambition aggression resourcefulness tenacity organizational prowess I have a great deal going on between my company and my writing career so it s all about successfully getting in my face so if

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  • Jen Guzman
    pack for a lot of the race and then when it came to the hilly portion I knew that s when people tended to give up a little bit because it was the toughest part of the race said Jen Guzman C E O of Stella Chewy s a pet food company based in Milwaukee See full Interview on nytimes com Filed Under Interviews Tagged With Growing Up Interview Jen

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  • Improve your Career through Mentoring
    of training and development programs provide opportunities for shared growth for both mentors and mentees No matter if you re the mentor or mentee there are numerous benefits of mentoring programs See full Story on thoughtleadersllc com Filed Under Career Progression Tagged With Career Develop Idea Improve Life Mentoring Speak Your Mind Cancel reply Name Email Website Email Newsletter Sign up to receive email updates and to hear what s

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