Don’t be ridiculous! How on earth do you ask me if I’ve got somethings up my sleeves for the New Year when I’m still very much in the old year? When the New Year comes, then I’ll be ready to think about it. And perhaps, I’ll have an idea what I might think of or do with it.
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Do you have trouble prioritizing all the things you need to get done? Worry no longer! Follow the “Rule of Three” for better time management of all of the things you have to get done.
No matter how many different things you do in a week or a month, there are only three tasks and activities that account for 90% of the value of the contribution you make to your business. This is known as the “Rule of Three”.
According to Forbes, only 8% of people achieve their New Year’s goals while a large number of New Year resolutions don’t last beyond the first two weeks of the New Year. Below is a piece written by Erin Schumaker on Huffingtonpost.com to help with your New Year resolutions. Continue Reading
I stumbled upon this info on Inc.com by David Van Rooy who is currently Senior Director, Global Leadership Development at Walmart and thought it would be a very useful framework for setting and achieving goals. It’s simple, practical and I hope you find it productively valuable. Here it goes;
The research is clear: Setting good goals is important and this framework will make it tremendously easier. There is perhaps no research finding in the field of organizational psychology that has been more solidly established than the value of setting goals. Moreover, the type of goal that you set is very important. If you sift through all of the research, goal setting can be boiled down to three main tenets: