We all want to increase our email productivity. One area where we tend to create headaches for ourselves is in the use of blind carbon copy (BCC).
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Archive for January, 2012
Business processes are supposed to be fairly smooth, especially when they happen all the time. But in this case, an everyday situation had a completely broken business process which upset a family and wasted considerable time and resources.
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If you are a part of a small to medium-sized business and have been looking everywhere for tips on increasing productivity, search no more. Whether you need one suggestion or perhaps ninety-five, a recent blog post provided plenty of tips for you to choose from!
How many times have you heard that? Someone asks you to do something, and it is urgent. You consider your calendar, the day’s pressures, expectations, commitments, and whether you can drop what you’re doing to respond. At that moment, you’re weighing the various components of response.
It’s almost certain that you know the phrase “work/life balance.” This is a term which is meant to communicate the notion that people should not let either their personal or professional lives take complete control. But is the idea really possible or just another workplace myth?