The Productivity Project: Tips and insights from business leaders across industries on how to manage your time and become a rockstar worker

  • We gathered the best productivity insights from leaders like the head of the New York Stock Exchange, the CEO of a fast-growing restaurant conglomerate, and a venture capitalist opening doors for overlooked entrepreneurs.
  • We named them some of our 100 People Transforming Business earlier this year for the ways they are setting the pace for their industries.
  • The Productivity Project collects the techniques some of our “transformers” use to be efficient and successful, and this is a roundup of all our responses.

via The Productivity Project: Tips and insights from business leaders across industries on how to manage your time and become a rockstar worker — Careers

One Day or Day One

Sometimes, we answer with that very common statement. “One day, I’ll be doing….” We give ourselves permission to wait on those things we really want to do. I am not saying waiting is bad but ready further and you will notice the differentiator between waiting and preparing.

via One Day or Day One — Niclas Haritos

3 Little-Known Secrets To Making A Wildly Successful Career Change — Forbes – Leadership

Career changes are really, really hard. And there’s likely to be false starts, dead ends, and self-doubt ahead. Read on for three valuable steps to get yourself in the headspace for making this career turnaround a reality.

3 Little-Known Secrets To Making A Wildly Successful Career Change

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There’s a wealth of advice out there about how to make a career change: focusing on your transferable skills, networking within your target industry, and looking for opportunities to pivot within your current company, for example.

via 3 Little-Known Secrets To Making A Wildly Successful Career Change — Forbes – Leadership