FLR | Structure Your Schedule For Success | Friday Leadership Report

Happy Friday,

 

This past long weekend is usually the time the Ottawa Marathon would be on, alas another lockdown impact.

 

There is a saying you can eat an elephant and a bite of time, you can also run a marathon 10 mins at a time.

 

That was one of the great lessons I learned. I trained with Running Room, their model is to run for 10 mins & walk for 1 minute.

 

I learned by taking a modern strategy, you could finish a Marathon in better shape and at a faster time.

 

Leading projects is like that, The Pomodoro Technique is about being focused for 25 mins & then taking a 5 min break. This was created in by Francesco Cirillo a university student, in the mid-’80s.

 

Francesco like John Stanton the founder of the Running Room both found new approaches to projects.

 

How can you help your team with projects – think “inside” the box this week.

 

Fast Company | 3 Ways to Structure Your Schedule For Success

 

Buffer | The Ultimate Daily Schedule

 

Forbes | 5 Ways Successful People Schedule Their Day

 

How to Gain Control of Your Free Time | Laura Vanderkam

 

Along The Road With You!

 

Alan Kearns

 

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