Author Laura Vanderkam unravels busy peoples’ lies today. See below for my insights from her article in The New York Times.
Today, Mark Graban discusses the lack of organizations studying W. Edwards Deming’s practices for his Lean Blog. For more information, read my observations underneath.
Michael Mamas, writing for Entrepreneur, shares his masterful public speaking practices. Read my top takeaways from his article below.
Heading up this week’s Smart Thinking, Kristin Wong helps us have constructive financial discussions with our parents for Lifehacker. Brian Preston of The Money Guy Show demonstrates how to start and manage your… Read the rest
Jennifer Cohen of Forbes writes of the habits of successful people today. I gleaned some key insights from her piece below.
Michael Ballé demonstrates in LinkedIn how enforcing Lean can change the way managers manage their teams. See my top takeaways from his piece below.
The Salt’s Lulu Garcia-Navarro enlightens us to the disaster brewing in Brazil and the effect it will have on coffee. Read on for more information below.
Maurice DeCastro, writing for Business 2 Community, offers the use of mindfulness up as a tool to help you with your presentations. Check out my summaries below.
In Smart Thinking this week, we begin with Dr. Cory S. Fawcett, blogging at The White Coat Investor, who teaches us how to become steady plodding investors. Sam Dogen, the Financial Samurai, hopes… Read the rest
Jeff Haden believes the key to success is in working harder and smarter in his article for Inc.com. Check out my observations from his approach below.
Today, Jeff Gothelf—blogging on Medium—breaks down how to pick the right management strategy for your organization. See my summaries below for more details.
Brad Hoppmann, writing for Uncommon Wisdom Daily, shares another good reason for drinking coffee with us. Check out my key takeaways below from his piece.
Simply Amazing Training’s Dee Clayton reveals how we should be ramping up the storytelling aspect of our presentations. Read on for more information from her article.
Kathy Caprino of Forbes begins Smart Thinking this week with a guide to recognizing whether you’re working with an expert or a fake. Author of My Money Blog, Jonathan Ping, suggests altering the… Read the rest
The Financial Ginger, Jacob Brad Johnson, advocates real goals rather than resolutions in his blog article today. Read on for my top takeaways from his piece.
Dan Blacharski walks us through how Six Sigma encourages innovation within your organization for Innovation Excellence. See underneath for my key observations from his article.
Christopher Osburn, blogging on Uproxx, studies the effect of mixing coffee and chocolate in your daily cup of java. Check out my insights below.
Today, check out Business Insider’s article from public speaking expert Terri Trespicio talking about the major mistakes all speakers make at times. Read on for more details on how to avoid these.
Christina Wallace begins Smart Thinking this week with a perspective on the unveiling of the Fearless Girl statue on Wall Street on International Women’s Day. Charis Rebecca Brown reveals what habits debt-free people… Read the rest
LinkedIn influencer Jessica DiLullo Herrin reveals her techniques for being more efficient and productive. See my summaries for more details.
What does it take to be a good manager? Joseph Coffey, writing for Business Time Zone Global, has some ideas—read my insights from his article underneath.
Check out this great infographic from Matt Banner’s On Blast Blog to help you make your day more productive with coffee. See my key insights from his piece below the artwork.
Credit: On Blast Blog
Smart Company’s Eve Ash walks us through the common mistakes we tend to make when giving presentations. Check out my key takeaways below.
Kicking off Smart Thinking this week is Stacey, author of Creating My Happiness blog, who reveals that sometimes spending money can save you money. Money Nuggets walks us through finding the right debt… Read the rest
Donald Latumahina, writer of the blog Life Optimizer, reveals his methods on how not to get overwhelmed at work by managing your time better. See my key insights below.
Six Sigma share techniques for implementing the Japanese Kaizen culture within your company. Read on for more information.
For the Art of Wellbeing, Brendan Brown shares his guide to being clever about your coffee drinking. Check out my observations from his piece below.
Christina DesMarais walks us through her techniques to keeping your audience wide awake and engaged in your presentation in her article for Inc.com. Read my top takeaways below.
Dr. W. Edwards Deming illustrated his management style through the creation of his 14 points. These were a comprehensive list of what he saw wrong in management and what he thought should … Read the rest
Jennie Duong of The Origami Life heads up Smart Thinking this week discussing how to get your family talking more openly about money. Cashville Skyline’s own Kate Dore reveals why your scarcity mindset… Read the rest
Very few people in this world get to expand their horizons enough to accomplish several goals within their lifetime. Dr. William Edwards Deming was one of those few people who, historically, managed to do just that, with a very successful … Read the rest
Dr. Travis Bradberry discusses how smart people are making the most of their time; working less and getting more done. See my summaries below for more details.
Michael Ballé and Jeff Liker collaborate to discuss how Lean thinking challenges the way we approach management. See below for more observations from the article.
Today, in the modern era of advanced technology you need to implement a couple of competitive strategies to stay at the top market leading position. Dr. William Edwards Deming is well renowned for his contribution to … Read the rest
The people at Bright Side reveal the effects coffee has on your body after being drunk. Read my key takeaways from their piece.
Writing for Forbes, author Carmine Gallo reveals that TED talks are setting the benchmark for public speaking at an all time high. Check out my insights for how to match this level below.
Stefanie O’Connell heads up Smart Thinking this week by asking if we should let money problems come between us and our partners in her self-named blog. Modest Money’s Spencer Mecham unlocks the keys… Read the rest
Googler Thomas Davies reveals how we can design the use of our time rather than try to over manage it for Fast Company. Check out my observations below.
Industry Week’s John Dyer asks if Dr. Deming would have embraced today’s Lean and Six Sigma principles if he was still alive. See my summaries from his piece underneath.
Katherine Marko of The Alternative Daily shares some of the science behind why coffee makes us got to the bathroom. Read on for more information.
Dr Nick Morgan helps us prepare to be the best public speakers we can in 2017 with his helpful truths from Forbes today. Check out my key insights from his article below.
The Thrifty Issue heads up this week’s Smart Thinking by suggesting original ways to live for free. Tonya Stumphauzer, author of the Budget and the Beach blog, reveals how we can stay motivated… Read the rest
Guest writing for Trello, Dennis Mortensen—CEO of x.ai—shares his top time management techniques. Read on for more details.
Alison Zeidman, writing for Fatherly, shares how we can use Lean and Six Sigma ideals to save time on chores and your family routines. Read my top takeaways beneath.
Engadget’s CEO, Billy Steele, showcases every coffee lover’s dream: waking up to the perfect bedside brew. Check out my key points from his article.
Marc Stoiber finds inspiration from Aristotle today in how to create the perfect presentation from the site, Your Ultimate Speech. See my observations from his piece below.
Mindy Jensen opens Smart Thinking this week with some hard-hitting reasons behind why you’re still “poor” for Bigger Pockets. Paula Pant of Afford Anything reveals the easiest budget ever. And Bravely Go’s Kara… Read the rest
Kauppalehti showcases Dick Grote’s piece on goal-setting strategies that good managers should be using. Check out my insights from his piece.
Arvind Rongala, writing for Invensis Learning, explains the difference between Lean, Six Sigma, and Business Process Management (BPM). Read my summary of his article for more details.
Today, The Exotic Bean’s Matty Byloos examines the grind or not to grind question. See his take on the matter underneath.