10 ways to create more time and get results you want

Do you often feel busy and overwhelmed, juggling multiple tasks and responsibilities? Are you busy but never quite seem to have that sense of completeness or making progress? Most of us feel like that sometimes, but if you are feeling like it most of the time, it's a sign that something probably needs to change.… Continue reading 10 ways to create more time and get results you want

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Parkinson’s Law in action – why less is sometimes more

The more time you allow for a task, the longer it will take. You’ll expand the task to the time allocated, adding all sorts of bolt-ons and requirements you don’t need. The more time you have, the more complicated you make something. As Cyril Parkinson wrote in The Economist in 1955 “work expands so as… Continue reading Parkinson’s Law in action – why less is sometimes more

Person First, Author Second – Why I don’t Autofollow on Twitter

I have a love-hate relationship with social media, and none more so than with the Twitter (I exclude Facebook as I’ve never particularly loved it, it’s more of a necessarily evil, used solely for catching up with relatives and distant friends). I’ve left it on at least two occasions that I recall both times for… Continue reading Person First, Author Second – Why I don’t Autofollow on Twitter

Authors – Know Your Social Media Audience

If you are an author you are probably on at least one social media platform, trying to build your “author platform” and encourage people to buy your book. In an increasingly crowded book market, how can you ensure that your book promo activity is heard above the noise? People want to follow, engage with and… Continue reading Authors – Know Your Social Media Audience