Best Practices to Win at Scheduling to Retain People (Part 2) — Time Management

How time management leads to retention. Best Practice #2 Time Management We can’t expect our team to do this, if we haven’t mastered this ourselves. Choose to invest your time, not just spend it. Many people complain about a lack of time being the biggest problem, when a lack of direction is the real issue. …

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The Move From Perfection To Being Real – A Working Mom’s Story (Part 3)

The Move From Perfection To Being Real – A Working Mom’s Story (Part 3) I’m sitting outside a coffee shop, sipping some fine English Breakfast. I have lavender essential oil on my wrists, and I’m taking deep, contented breaths while enjoying the relaxing scent and the sunny fall day. Sylvia 2.0 operates quite differently than …

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The Move From Perfection To Being Real – A Working Mom’s Story (Part 2)

The Move From Perfection To Being Real – A Working Mom’s Story (Part 2) “You can’t burn the candle at both ends.” “It’s okay to lower your standards.” “You need to rest.” I have heard these phrases countless times throughout adulthood. Friends and family, and most of all, my husband, have lovingly encouraged me thus. …

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The Move From Perfection To Being Real – A Working Mom’s Story (Part 1)

The Move From Perfection To Being Real – A Working Mom’s Story (Part 1) The day I discovered I was pregnant, I was in shock. My husband ran laps around the house cheering, and I fluctuated between excitement and utter overwhelm. The shock lingered over the next few weeks, and then I began to do …

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