EFFECTIVENESS

Why do some people get more things done than others?

How are some people able to complete similar projects with less resources?

What are the key habits of highly effective people?

Getting things done well and within timeframes usually can be attributed to effectiveness — using time and project management principles, along with best practices from a variety of industries and professionals. The good news is that you can learn to be more effective in your professional and personal life by studying what works and applying it to your situation.

HOW TO SOAR WITH THE FIVE-MINUTE TAKE OFF — SEVEN STEPS TO GET THINGS DONE, EVEN WHEN YOU DON'T WANT TO DO THEM 

Most of us have things that need to get done, whether or not we’re motivated to work on them. These goals or tasks often get pushed aside. We procrastinate starting them or stop giving them attention after they’re underway.

Procrastination also can occur for other reasons, such as fear of failure, lack of self-confidence in effective execution, self-imposed high standards will not be met, lack of an immediate reward or result, or a dislike for the task. READ MORE

10 TIPS FOR EFFECTIVE MEETINGS

Effective meetings achieve a desired outcome. They can leave participants energized and feeling that something significant was accomplished. With heavy workloads, you don't want to waste anyone's limited time -- especially yours. You can learn how to run successful meetings that use time wisely, accomplish your objectives, and leave participants satisfied. READ MORE

About Lisa-Michelle

Lisa-Michelle specializes in effectiveness, leadership, career, and positive psychology coaching. She helps people achieve remarkable goals and dreams, transition careers, develop strategic business plans, establish optimal worklife balance, find greater happiness at work and in every day life, and create stress-relief routines. She is an adjunct professor, speaker, and has held many leadership and volunteer positions. She enjoys traveling, hiking, nature, animals, cooking, baking, reading, and spending time with her friends and family.