If you feel like your calendar is not your own, here are some tips to create more white space and moments of creativity throughout the day.
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We created a free, printable calendar just for public servants like you, so you can easily reference important dates like federal holidays, pay dates and training opportunities.
Applying these four tips will help you become more efficient as you continue to work on the art of time management.
I read a great post on GovLoop by Steve Radick. In the post, he mentioned how important it is to not only take care of your own blog, but visit and comment on other people’s blogs. As I commented on his post, this reminded me of the Bible Verse a Day programs and thought wouldn’tRead… Read more »
Well folks, There’s been a small but significant change to the agenda. The person who was scheduled to deliver the presentation on Web 2.0 in the Federal Government has had to back out. So I moved one of the tracks from Thursday night to the web 2.0 slot late on Wednesday afternoon. What it meansRead… Read more »
I’m reposting a piece I put up today in EPA’s blog, Greenversations. Feel free to leave comments here or on Greenversations; I’ll get ’em either way, but they’ll be more public over there. Here it is: A couple of weeks ago, EPA Administrator Jackson issued a memo calling for maximum transparency in everything we do.Read… Read more »