I get asked this question often, so I thought I’d share my response to an email I received. Hope it helps you get unstuck and decide where to start agilizing, too. Continue reading
In this video I share some of my best strategies for Designing for Your Brain. Designing for Your Brain is about applying what we know about how brains work to design our everyday experiences, goals, and intentions in a way that optimizes our overall ability to shape our attention, memory, and focus. Instead of trying to control our attention we learn to Continue reading
Updated: April 29, 2014, July 17, 2014, December 2014, May 2015
Personal Agility is about having a sense of EASE with rolling with life’s curve balls – whatever the source.
Personal Agility enables you to live in the Agile Zone of optimal functioning – feeling relatively in charge, secure and confident in your ability to ride the waves that come with living the unpredictable, uncontrollable creative life.
What is the Agile Zone™ of Optimal Functioning and Peak Performance?
The Agile Zone™ is what I call your sweet spot of optimal functioning – the place where you experience life without feeling overwhelmed or powerless – where you feel hopeful, capable, and able to get things done. It includes your high energy, peak performance and creative flow states, as well as your low energy states where you still can get things done. Your Agile Zone includes
Did you know that the word “Prioritize” was first used in 1972 as part of presidential election? Seriously, before the 70’s people primarily talked about clarifying what there “priorities” were. It wasn’t until a wave of trendy time management books were published in the 70’s that the word became popular.
Prioritizing means to sequence things in order of importance. The trouble with over-using the word prioritizing is that people have forgotten that prioritizing is only ONE way to sequence things on your TO DO list. And often, prioritizing is NOT the best way to organize your To Do List!
All priorities are important otherwise they wouldn’t be priorities.
Trying to prioritize tasks requires deciding which priority is more important than another.
MANY MANY people get stuck in procrastination because they have so much trouble deciding whether one thing is more important than another and RIGHTLY SO!
Many priorities are of equal importance, but the fact is you STILL have to sequence and decide what to do in any given moment. : )
Other strategies to order your To Do list include Continue reading
Accelerating The Instructional Design Process:
A Case Example
by Ariane Benefit
Published in the ISPI P&I Journal, September, 1995International Society for Performance Improvement
|Abstract: This article describes how the cycle time for designing a two-week instructor-led training program was dramatically reduced from nine weeks to one week.|