MORE IDEAS FROM Leading Blog: A Leadership Blog
Start here. Which do you value more – time or money? There is no wrong answer, and your response can change over time.
But research shows that people who value time are happier, healthier, and more productive.
Six traps make us "time poor" with too many things to do and not enough time to do them:
Try these ideas to buy more time:
Active leisure involves things like volunteering, socializing, and exercising. Passive leisure includes activities like watching TV, napping, or online shopping.
Active leisure promotes greater happiness than passive leisure. Spend your leisure time being active!
We tend to overvalue money and undervalue time. This makes us constantly fail to realize the tradeoffs we make between the two.
It is difficult to define the quality of a leader. To say that a leader is someone who has followers is too simple. A captain may have soldiers who follow orders, but it makes a captain a commander, not a leader. To say that leadership is influence is too reduced. A robber with a gun has "influence" over his victim, but the source of influence is missing.
It is easier to assert what leadership is not: Its not fancy titles, a position in hierarchy, or even management.
There are more effective ways to reach the right decision makers than growing LinkedIn followers and social media posts.
Influencer marketing continues to thrive. Most people think of social media influencers as teenagers on TikTok or beauty experts on Instagram. However, a growing segment focuses on C-suit leadership providing B2B initiatives through their social media outlets.
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