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  • 1. achievingWork|Life balance
  • 2. (a.k.a. your hypocrite)
  • 3. 5 MythsStrategies myTools
  • 4. HypothesisIf we enjoy our work and we enjoy our non-work, we’ll be happy.
  • 5. HypothesisBalance is not the issue.
  • 6. Myth #1 Work & Lifeare Separate
  • 7. achievingWork|Lifeharmony
  • 8. Myth #2Everyone Works the Same Way
  • 9. Loud vs.Quiet
  • 10. Inside vs.Outside
  • 11. Standing vs. Sitting
  • 12. Talking vs.Listening
  • 13. Paper vs.Computer
  • 14. Morning vs.Afternoon
  • 15. Piles vs.Files
  • 16. Whiteboard vs. Notebook
  • 17. Group vs.Alone
  • 18. Execution vs. Strategy
  • 19. Prepared vs.Last Minute
  • 20. If it wasn’t forthe last minute, nothing would get done.
  • 21. Myth #3Multitasking is Possible
  • 22. Multitasking Walking andChewing Gum
  • 23. Multitasking Read. Speak. Write. Walk.Listen. Process.
  • 24. MultitaskingShift betweentasks quickly
  • 25. Multitasking More tasks.Smaller steps.
  • 26. Quality decreases.Stress increases.
  • 27. Multitasking Unitasking
  • 28. Tips Clean off deskClean off desktop One program One screen
  • 29. 30/30 :30 minutesWork Undistracted:30 Minutes for Fun
  • 30. Myth #4 Must Alwaysbe Connected
  • 31. Email
  • 32. 5 minutes24,000 per year(1,095 meals per year)
  • 33. Turn OffAutomaticChecking
  • 34. How Often?When you pee :)
  • 35. How Often? After you pee :)
  • 36. Myth #5You must be on Twitter
  • 37. Strategies
  • 38. SimplifyA Life of 3’s
  • 39. PersonalIf you could focus your life on only 3 things, what would they be?
  • 40. Unnecessary Activities Protect Private Time Schedule Fun! (my 15.5 hrs)
  • 41. AlternatingOutsourcing BundlingTechflexing
  • 42. Professional What are your 3priorities for the year? Share them.
  • 43. IssueOpportunity Challenge
  • 44. Make A New List To Don’ts
  • 45. __% at your desk__% in meetings__% with your team__% with your customers__% in the bathroom
  • 46. PriorityOne thing that is not allowed to die.
  • 47. Regularly hire consultants Difficulty scheduling meetingsCommittee to create committees Frequently missing deadlines Discussion inward focused Failures of past stall new ideas
  • 48. myTools
  • 49. MacBook Gmail Droid :( BusyCal iPad EvernoteUSB Drive Feedly Nikon TripIt Clicker Delicious
  • 50. GettingThings Done or “GTD”
  • 51. Every time you feel like trying a newToDo app, turn offyour computer andcomplete one task. Merlin Mann
  • 52. If you’re not confused,you’re not paying attention. Tom Peters
  • 53. Something has changed within me. Something isnot the same. I’m throughwith playing by the rules of someone else’s game. Defying Gravity, from the musical Wicked
  • 54. Surround yourself withtalented, passionate people. Close your eyes ... and leap.
  • 55. Thank you for your time. Peace.
  • 56. achievingWork|Life balance