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#45: Try reducing your manager's 1-hour meetings to 45-minutes for more breathing space and less back-to-back scheduling chaos. 

 

#2: Block at least 2 non-negotiable, 2-3 hour focus times per week for your manager to work without interruption.

#13:00 is 1:00 pm in the U.S., but most of the world runs on military time. As a courtesy and proactive precaution, always advise participants of the meeting time in THEIR time zone and format.

#24: Respond to all emails and phone messages within 24 hours. Also, "I don't know" is the best response when you don't know...but be sure to follow up with "however, I will find out and get back to you." 

#20: Google reportedly processes 20 petabytes of data per day. (1 petabyte = 1,000 terabytes). Google is your office wife. If you don't know how to do something, read an article, watch a video, or take a class online.

#1-2:   Cut once, measure twice. Always check your work before you hit send. Always. 

#1-3-5: Every day, strive to accomplish 1 big project, 3 medium-size and 5 small projects/tasks.

#5: Take 5-minute breaks in between 20-25 minutes of focused work. Trust me, this Pomodoro Time Management hack will improve output, focus, and peace of mind.  

 

#10: When triggered or uncertain, count to 10. Be responsive, not reactive.

 #7,577,130,400 is the number of people on earth as of 2019. Do good work - in the digital age, you never know how many people you may impact. Be of service. In the words of Ram Dass, "We are all just walking each other home."

 

       -Julie Balter

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