You are busy getting your high priority things done and have just completed that important document you have been working on. You now need to email it to your customer, colleague or supplier.
You’re smart and you know that living in your inbox view degrades your ability to manage your focus and energy. You don’t need to go into your inbox to send the document – do this instead Email an open document without going to your inbox
You are right, there is no easy answer. There is an answer though, and my hope is that you will find this short post, and the attached resource by Charles Duhigg, author of ‘The Power of Habit’ useful. [click to continue…]
You can send Documents to anyone by email without opening Microsoft Outlook. You are busy getting stuff done, managing your competing priorities without the distraction of the inbox and you now need to send a file to someone by email. Don’t open the inbox – do this instead! email files without opening the inbox
We all know what a habit is. And for better or worse they exert a massive influence over our lives.
This is not a treatise on human behaviour. It’s only a quick heads-up on the DNA of a Habit. It is important because around 40% of our behaviours are habit driven, according to people who do write treatises and books on this subject. This, however, is what you absolutely must know and manage…. Here’s what is important
Here’s another working smarter with Microsoft Excel tip for changing multiple email addresses when a client, supplier or prospect firm changes their email address format, and/or company name.
To make this simple I am assuming that First name is in column A, Family name is in column B and current email address is in column C in your Excel worksheet. Here’s how…
A big thank you to all my collaborating, mind-sharing, feet-to-the-fire-holding, moist-shoulder-offering, bear-hugging, silently-supporting, critical-questioning, confident-advocating, friends, associates, ambassadors, clients and suppliers for all your support to me and my business during this year.
I wish you all the health, energy, focus and courage you need to defend and deliver the priorities that you know will make 2017 a truly outstanding year for you, for those you love, and for those for whom you are responsible.
Whatever 2017 brings us in this post-Brexit, post-Trump, and, some will say, a post-truth future, I hope that you will be able to live purposefully, work productively and be happy through it.
I have been working with sales people for decades on improving the way they define, defend and deliver their priorities within their demanding days. I also support sales people through our leadership influencing skills training.
That said – I am not a ‘Sales’ trainer, although many of my associates are outstanding in that field. So, why am I creating this short post on Social Selling and LinkedIn today? Well, 4 reasons and 3 pointers: 3 leveraging LinkedIn pointers
LinkedIn is making changes, again to their platform. The new version will probably be rolled out to everyone before month end. This impacts everyone who uses LinkedIn to build their business or their career.
I suggest that, at the very least, you backup your hard crafted and curated LinkedIn data now, just in case you lose some of it in the next update. It is simple to do and I set out the process below. how to backup your LinkedIn data
Well, it has happened. The much anticipated official reveal of Microsoft Teams has taken place. Some of us have been talking about it for a while now though.
Microsoft Teams is free to Office 365 commercial customers on the Business Essentials, Business Premium, and Enterprise E1, E3 or E5 plans.
Microsoft Teams will sit at the heart and be the hub of team collaboration within Office 365. [click to continue…]
I was sharing a beer with Alex in a Melbourne bar, a while back. We had both worked overseas and struck up a friendship in Saudi Arabia. [click to continue…]