Being truly productive is more difficult today than ever before. A barrage of texts, emails, meetings, phone calls, etc. provide constant distraction throughout the day. What are the best ways to ensure you make good decisions and stay truly productive, as opposed to just busy?
In this issue of The Pulse, we explore the 5 choices that will lead to extraordinary productivity as laid out by Kory Kogon, Adam Merrill and Leena Rinne in their book The 5 Choices - The Path to Extraordinary Productivity. Learning how to efficiently manage your time and prioritize your to-do list will help you to achieve greater success.
The world can be broken down into two distinct personality types: introverts and extroverts. Introverts are oftentimes intensely creative, enjoy solitude and think more than they speak. Extroverts tend to live in the moment, thrive in social situations and can easily carry on a conversation with anyone. Both types have distinct and wonderful qualities, but are not always understood by the other. Learning to work together, especially in business, is essential to success.
In this issue of The Pulse, we examine the unique differences between introverts and extroverts. Gaining a better understanding of these qualities can help to create a working environment that lets all personality types flourish.