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Productive Flourishing — Strategies for Thriving in Life and Business

Productive Flourishing — Strategies for Thriving in Life and Business
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Primeiros passos: Dicas para abrir o negócio próprio - Pequenas Empresas & Grandes Negócios - NOTÍCIAS - 20 dicas para você vencer o medo de montar um negócio de sucesso Atire a primeira pedra quem nunca teve vontade de montar um negócio. Seja numa situação de desemprego, seja pela vontade de ganhar autonomia, todo mundo já foi cutucado pelo desejo de se tornar o próprio patrão. Mas a grande questão é: quantos desistem de colocar o seu sonho em prática? Marcos Hashimoto, coordenador do Centro de Empreendedorismo do Insper, diz que o Brasil tem muitas oportunidades, mas os empreendedores não estão bem preparados para aproveitá-las. Os que alcançam o sucesso são aqueles que corretamente identificam as oportunidades e tiram bom proveito delas. Apesar de todos os empecilhos, o número de pessoas que se aventuram em busca de seus ideais é grande no Brasil. O medo que envolve montar um negócio estará sempre presente.

The S.T.A.R. Method: A More Effective, Less Stressful Way to Process Email Do you struggle with having a manageable email Inbox? Are you worried that you’re missing something important because you can’t keep up with the volume of email traffic you’re getting? Don’t worry, you’re not alone – and there’s an easier way to get have less stress and overwhelm without being anal-retentive that doesn’t require you to learn to be anal-retentive about clearing your Inbox. I’ve written a lot about effective email habits, and I’ve recommended using the R.A.F.T. (Read-Act-File-Trash) method to process your Inbox. Over the course of time, though, I recognized some of the weaknesses of that particular method, and I’ve changed things up a bit – the process that I’ve distilled and now recommend is the S.T.A.R. method. Here’s a quick breakdown: S stands for SCAN. Scan your Inbox for senders and subjects. T stands for TRASH – as in “trash everything that’s not relevant, useful, or something you want or need A stands for ARCHIVE, as in “archive relevant reference information – Getting Better at Being Human Empreendo | Sua marca na internet. Grátis! These 3 Types Of Lists Will Help You Be More Productive When it comes to being organized and productive, the to-do list is the ultimate tool. That’s why there are so many task management apps and project management systems that are focused around task lists. But at some point, you have to stop listing and start doing. By using these three lists, you’ll have all the list-making power you need without a complicated system that takes up too much time. Why Make Lists At All? Research into human psychology has given us a lot of interesting ideas about why we make lists and how we think about productivity in general. An oft-quoted passage from the book Willpower: Rediscovering the Greatest Human Strength reads: [I]t turns out that the Zeigarnik effect is not, as we assumed for decades, a reminder that continues unabated until the task gets done . . . Having a clear mind goes a long way towards being able to concentrate on a single task — this is the principle behind one of the most popular productivity systems around, Getting Things Done.

Top 10 Lists - Listverse Michelangelo Capraro | Digital Experience Design The Goldilocks principle: Ensuring your capacity to meet demand is just right The often-used businesses term “right-sizing” has in recent years become common in higher education. Though sometimes used as a euphemism for “downsizing,” it more rightly refers to an effort to optimize enrollment, human resources, programs and facilities—in other words, fixed costs. There are a host of factors that should go into the analysis when an institution is attempting to match demand with its capacity to meet that demand. Internal factors The list that follows begins with several internal factors to consider—most of which the institution has some ability to control. It continues with external factors, over which the institution has limited or no control. Capacity We can define enrollment capacity as the maximum enrollment attainable without having to add significant fixed costs (variable costs—such as adjunct faculty—can ebb and flow with enrollment). Curriculum/program mix An institution must determine if its program offerings match the demand. Program costs Enrollment blend

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