Brand Career Management Monthly Tip Sheet
|Hello Everyone,December is a busy month for a majority of people and I’m sure lots of us are thinking “next year I’ll get a better handle on my schedule.” So, this issue is devoted to time management advice to help maintain productivity through the holiday season and into next year.|
As promised, I’d like to share the results of the 1st MTS reader survey. The feedback was encouraging, and confirmed that people are finding the MTS useful. Based on the responses, here is a wrap up of the data.
Based on these findings, I will continue to offer the MTS on a monthly basis, with themed content in 2018. Thanks to everyone who completed the survey and provided positive comments! It was nice to confirm that my time is well spent helping others through the MTS. Finally, congratulations to raffle winner, Dyanne Rousseau! She won $20 for a future Amazon purchase.
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Commit 15 Minutes Each Weekday to LinkedIn
I have read many articles that suggest you can spend a minimal amount of time on LinkedIn each day, but then they give you ideas to implement that will definitely take more time than mentioned in the headline. In contrast, Jim’s suggestions really are doable in the time frame of 15 minutes.
As we all know, it’s easy to spend more time than planned on the computer. I suggest setting a timer to keep yourself accountable or posting a sticky note with your daily LinkedIn task, to keep yourself on track when distractions arise.
The articles below share productivity tips and best practices. Some common themes throughout the posts are: writing lists, using calendars, and making time for yourself.
Jennifer Rudloff of healthways.com shares useful advice for the holidays that can be applied to any time of the year.
Deborah Sweeney shares time management tips during the holidays, specifically for women who work from home.
Jillian Kramer of glassdoor.com shares some tried and true advice to improve your productivity.
Finally, Tony Schwartz, CEO of The Energy Project, explains how restoration is necessary to increase your productivity.
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Paula Brand – MS, GCDF, CPRW, JCTC, Global Career Coach & Consultant | LinkedIn Expert | Speaker, Trainer, Facilitator
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