I haven’t blogged for well over a week. Did you miss me? Has the world slammed to a halt because I haven’t added to the daily internet conversation? Unlikely. I often see articles like this one on Copyblogger that suggest you need to blog daily to keep your audience interested. And then I see posts like [...]
I’ve had an ‘interesting’ few weeks. Work and social life conspired to reduce me to a cold-filled whinger. Finally this week I have time to regroup. And as usually happens, I’m full of promises to myself to return to good habits. The cynic inside keeps laughing.
However, let it laugh. Better to pick myself up [...]
I’m sitting here trying not to hyperventilate over my ‘lack of time’. My own doing as I’ve agreed to meet a friend for lunch and a walk. And I’ve been catching up on emails rather than doing other things. To calm myself, I’m remembering two things I’ve read in the last 24 hours.
The Second Noble Truth
As part [...]
It is often said these days that people are more stressed because we’re working longer hours, have 2 parents working, more single parent families, etc, etc. This despite all those labour saving devices. Well as I ‘forgot’ to floss my teeth one evening and the pangs of guilt set in (I could hear the tut [...]
I’ve just read an article in the Harvard Business Review (Sept 2009) ‘Death by Information Overload’ by Paul Hemp. A couple of interesting things came up for me. The first was that many companies seem to be investing time and money in developing systems and tools to help staff manage the amount of information and [...]
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