In this episode I discuss some of the challenges of trying to manage too many things inside your head and some options to consider to improve your performance in this area. This includes getting better objectivity, getting better at prioritising thoughts and setting up your environment with appropriate thought capture tools.
I make reference during the cast to Brain Toss. This is an app I use for capturing thoughts I have whilst doing exercise. Here's a link: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/app/braintoss/id576226036?mt=8 I imagine it's available on other platforms too. If you have alternative tools then please let me know.
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In this week’s cast I discuss careers and what it means to get your own definition of a career and how to pursue it.
- The implications of being in a career rush or rut.
- How to tackle overwhelm when you’re not sure what to do.
- What you can practically do to build momentum in your career.
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Many organisation are setting up objectives for people to deliver. Of a standard approach is used for the wording of these objectives. The SMART acronym is a common in example. In this podcast I look at getting beyond the words and considering the relationship between the individuals delivery the objective. Looking at challenge and support, the role each individual has to play and setting up a way of working which increases the chance of delivery success. The topics discussed are applicable in multiple settings not just business.
The latest episode of the Effective Challenge podcast where the foundations of personal success are highlighted. To do this I use the PRIME model, where PRIME stands for Physical, Rest, Intake Mind and Energy.
In addition, I highlight the very good Joe Cross documentary Fat, Sick and Nearly dead.