A book review of “Indistractable” by Nir Eyal. Why this book will help you master distractions in your life and become the more focussed leader who’s needed
One of the few Leadership books that I have come back to time & time again, is “The 7 habits of Highly Effective People“. Perhaps, alongside classics from writers like Dale Carnegie or Peter Drucker, this book by the late Stephen Covey, is one you’ve heard of. It might have been mentioned to you, from time to time, over many years. Did you intend to read it once, but have.. Read More
As you continually improve how your team works, are you protecting time for “Deep Work”? If you haven’t come across that phrase, it was coined by my latest recommended book. In “Deep Work“, author Cal Newport makes a great case for the importance of better concentration. He diagnoses our current malaise. Full of distractions from our phones/tablets/computers/connected devices, we fail to focus.
Guest blogger Kevin Watson shares his experience of the importance of raising your self-awareness and a simple exercise you can try right now.
There is so much customer insight related content on social media & websites these days. From latest public research to ‘how to’ guides for that analytics software you’ve been considering, it’s possible to spend your whole day just reading. But with your own goals to focus on & with summer holidays depleting the size of your team, what is worthwhile. What should you at least keep a weather eye on? Following.. Read More
Tips on how to set goals that you deliver in 2018. Paul Laughlin shares his personal experience, with a system that really works.
A book review of 18 Minutes by Peter Bregman, sharing why this human and practical book can help Customer Insight leaders prioritise and manage their time.