Executive functions are the mental skills that allow people to plan, focus, remember instructions and juggle multiple tasks successfully. If you suffer from executive dysfunction, your ability to do any one of these things is impaired.
Posts By Kelly A. Harmon
Here are nine way to say no in the office, and one way to say yes, but still alleviate stress.
Not all decision-making methods are equal, and some work better than others, depending on the type of decision you need to make. Here are four methods of decision making.
Mind maps can help form connections and links between areas you might not have thought of if you hadn’t paired them visually.
One reason I can’t plan digitally? I can’t see it in front of me often enough for the system to work. So, I stick with paper and employ a few visual cues to keep me on track.
Three productivity strategies can help you create the feeling of a deadline, and trick your brain into working more effectively
I believe a weekly review is the most important meeting of the week. It sets you up for future success.
Resolutions are all about change, but they don’t have to be overwhelming. The change doesn’t need to be immediate or drastic. Progress can happen gradually. The key is to focus on making the current situation better.
Let’s look at your yearly plans, and make them more manageable—and less stressful—by slotting them into your weekly calendar.
Yearly planning propels your long-term strategy forward, and helps keep you focused on the end goals so you can avoid the frenzy.