People sometimes get overwhelmed because they have so much to do, or things they need to do are complicated. This short video addresses one simple approach to breaking things down into manageable chunks so you can more easily get things done. The simple question “How can I help?” is powerful. But, don’t take my word for it. Try it and see for yourself.
The current presidential race provides some useful lessons in decision making that we all should be thinking about. In their best-selling book, Decisive, Dan and Chip Heath talk about avoiding the narrow frame as a core principle to follow to improve the quality of your decision making. This short excerpt from the book sums up the problem: “Psychologists say that we tend to get caught in a narrow frame when we make decisions, often limiting ourselves to a “whether or not” choice: e.g., I’m debating whether or not I should buy this fancy pair of shoes. This is a trap: […]
When it comes to success there is no shortage of advice on how to achieve it. But, what advice should you listen to and which should you disregard? At a macro level, there is a big divide on the issue of passion vs. practicality. Some popular pundits have expressed their opinions on both sides of the argument. PASSION If you listen to media guru Gary Vaynerchuck, you will hear him talk about the virtues of finding your passion and working hard to make money following that passion. He explains that to be truly successful you need to work hard and you need […]
We recently reviewed some great social media reports showing some trends that are of particular interest to finance and accounting professionals. Our next full article on social media will include information from the AICPA among many others. Stay tuned…