Posts Tagged ‘business’

Maintenance = moving forward

By johannatime On April 11, 2014 No Comments

Applying maintenance is amongst the most undervalued, underestimated and invisible aspects of productivity and smart working. By maintaining your work organisation, you prevent overwhelm and you tackle procrastination before it occurs.

There are days sometimes when you think you did nothing, because you worked on e-mail backlog or culling your files. Or whatever it was you did, it was in order to keep up with the crazy pace of the day. Depending on Click here to continue reading

Minimalism at work

By johannatime On September 15, 2013 2 Comments

This blog post is different. Usually, I explain to you how things work for me and my clients. Today, I’m confused, and I ask you what you think. Because I’m researching the concept of minimalism, and I’m unsure if I’m ‘getting’ it. So please share your thoughs in the comments, or drop me a line via Twitter @johannatime.

In my attempt to understand minimalism, and after some

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You are a business with 5 staff

By johannatime On February 27, 2013 No Comments

You could consider yourself as a small business: An entity that maintains its existence and that moves in a certain direction. We may as well consider small businesses as organisms, but alas, in this blog post my approach is just the other way: managing the business ‘you’.

You have distinctive roles in your own organisation. Hats or perspectives, so you like,

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