My ‘heroes of old’ series wouldn’t be complete without focusing on some prominent creators of works who were truly prolific.
This week Dwight D. Eisenhower the 34th president of the United States is in the spot-light. The classically trained project managers among you may recall his coined methodology ‘The Eisenhower Matrix’, a simple and effective tool for prioritising tasks, but before I go on to this, it’s his overall leadership qualities that I wanted to focus on first.
“The three most harmful addictions are heroin, carbohydrates, and a monthly salary.” Nassim Nicholas Taleb
Anita Roddick is, in my view, the queen of start-ups. As many celebrated International Women’s Day yesterday, what better person to write about – she stood up for the rights of women all over the world! Here’s a few tips about starting a business that have come from her quotes
The network is beyond us, there is always collaboration: It is arrogant to think you can do anything on your own.
Ultimately your network, reputation and motivation are the biggest factors that you can control that will determine how successful you are as a freelancer.
I love that I can schedule my clients and meetings around my family commitments and give my clients as much time and personal input as they want…
This is a call for anyone who has ever looked at their diary, crammed with meetings and wondered when they’ll actually get to start their to do list… for anyone who has not even got around to writing a to-do list for 2 months…
Spare a thought for those receiving your message when you type out those 4 letters: They mean nothing
“Working hard for something we don’t care about is called stress; working hard for something we love is called passion.” Simon Sinek