“There aren’t enough hours in the day!”
Do you feel like you have too much to do and too little time?
You’re not alone.
This week we hear from listeners who feel like time isn’t on their side. Tune in to hear Mary and Chris’ best time management tips!
Paula The Procrastinator works in professional services and needs help to overcome her procrastinator ways. She just finished the first year of her first real job and always seems to be behind. Her manager is happy with her work but unhappy that she waits until the last minute to deliver the goods. How can she prevent her procrastination from derailing her career?
Saying No in DC is a supervisor in a highly functioning government agency that provides stellar service to stakeholders. While that’s great and all, the burnout is very real. Nobody wants to say “no” and now they find themselves on the road to burnout. Their latest employee viewpoint scores have dropped dramatically. The reason no one feels empowered to say no to requests is because of fear of funding being cut. What to do?
Hate Being Late in Louisiana has a colleague who is always late for everything. Late on deadlines, meetings, lunch – you name it and they’re late to it. They’re a good person, but their lack of punctuality feels selfish and disrespectful. Is there anything that can be done to get this person to be on time? Or how can they stop stressing about their colleague’s lack of punctuality?
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