Managers must connect with employees

Autonomy and flexibility only work if managers frequently connect with their employees to discuss tasks, set goals, set expectations, and provide feedback. If a remote-working situation isn’t working out, surely the manager should take accountability for the employees failure to deliver.

Disordered environments prompt mere goal pursuit

The researchers evaluated the campaign of bombing in Britain in early WWII. In the midst of the chaos of the bombings, how did the posters “Keep Calm and Carry On?” do? Were they effective in calming the nerves of the people frayed by the bombings? Do people find and pursue goals regardless of if the […]

A boat with one oar

Setting goals in only one or two areas of life is like rowing a boat with only one oar — you go round and round in only one direction. If you use all your creativity in just one area of your life, you are destined to be one-dimensional in others. (What’s the use of being […]

You Don’t Drift to Your Destination

You don’t usually drift to a destination you would have chosen. Instead, you have to be intentional, force yourself to get clear on what you want and why it’s important, and then pursue a plan of action that accomplishes your objective.

Your Best Year Ever

This is a goal setting, and achieving book by Michael Hyatt. The content comes from his online course and while it does refer to a number of his other assets as “further resources” on execution, it doesn’t leave you high and dry to purchase more of his stuff to get the actionable material.