Information in the physical world often gets lost—handwritten notes, notes on a whiteboard after a brainstorm, memos, or mail, for example. Justin has a solution. Use your smartphone to photograph the info, and then email it to yourself, or save it wherever you capture inputs digitally.
We all experience missed deadlines and missed details. Justin shares a tip to make sure nothing falls through the cracks again.
Nobody likes vague, yet dense emails. In his latest episode, Justin shares tips for becoming the teammate who writes emails that are easier to read. Step up, be the hero!
Having lists give us freedom! When you use a grocery list while shopping, you suddenly have the mental freedom to get things that may not be on the list but that are important. Lists give us the freedom to think more because we’ve carefully recorded what we’ve already thought about.
In stressful times, we must make lots of decisions. And getting stuck in decision mode only leads to fatigue. Justin shares a tip for avoiding decision fatigue and actually moving the needle on your to-do list.
When we feel completely out of control, we ask the question, “Where do I even start?” Justin shares a tip t0 help you regain your sense of control and recover your motivation to accomplish your goals.
Many of us were sent home to work without much notice. Being suddenly displaced can feel disorienting and overwhelming. In this week’s episode, Justin shares the right mindset you need to stay productive while at home.
Tired of ineffective, direction-less meetings? Well, guess what? Justin says if you get a meeting invite, that doesn’t come with an agenda then you are not obligated to attend that meeting.