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Casey Moore

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Casey’s eTip: Create More Interruption-Free Zones

If your CONSTANT availability to others' questions, comments and requests impairs your productivity, here are a few ways you might protect your time: Change your work hours...come in early before others arrive or stay late after others go home. Or change your location on occasion...work in a meeting room, coffee…
Casey Moore
August 26, 2015
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Casey’s eTip: Reframe Certain Interruptions

How you look at an event determines your response. If you're relaxed and welcoming, you feel more in control… As Dr. George Pickett said, “What you call ‘interruptions’ is my work.” Instead of seeing emails, calls and drop-by's as interruptions, view them as welcome opportunities to problem-solve and be of…
Casey Moore
August 19, 2015
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Casey’s eTip: Channel Negative Energy into Positive Action

"I merely took the energy it takes to pout and wrote some blues," Duke Ellington once famously said. Take a lesson from his playbook today. Casey's eTip: Channel Negative Energy into Positive Action You can "fight" negativity inside yourself or leaking out of other people, but that battle takes time and…
Casey Moore
April 9, 2014
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Casey’s eTip: Strike a Power Pose to Boost Your Confidence

Research has shown that certain physical postures generate confidence and improve performance. The "power pose" increases testosterone and decreases cortisol (a stress hormone) and its effects continue for ten minutes afterwards. Casey's eTip: Strike a Power Pose to Boost Your Confidence Before answering your next call or attending your next…
Casey Moore
April 3, 2014
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Casey’s eTip: Make Room for the Predictably Unpredictable

It's no surprise that you might be asked today to take immediate action for a client, prospect, coworker or supervisor. The only questions are who, what and when. So plan for it... Casey's eTip: Make Room for the Predictably Unpredictable Don't fill more than half your day with meetings if possible.…
Casey Moore
March 27, 2014
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Casey’s eTip: Exercise your Decision-making Muscles

Yet another reason to walk, run, bike, skip, swim, climb, ride, row, dance, scamper and jump... Casey's eTip: Exercise your Decision-making Muscles You'll manage your tasks and time better if you exercise daily.* It just takes 20-30 minutes at moderate intensity (where you feel the effort and sweat but can…
Casey Moore
March 20, 2014
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Casey’s eTip: Participate in National Day of Unplugging

Here's a challenge I urge you to accept. It will strengthen your Boundary-setting link and Health link. And it might help your Relationships link as well. :-) Casey's eTip: Participate in National Day of Unplugging Unplug this Friday evening and experience what it's like to be internet-free for 24 hours.…
Casey Moore
March 5, 2014
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Casey’s eTip: Review Your Projects and Tasks Lists

Managing your projects and workload is one of the most important functions of your job:... Casey's eTip: Review Your Projects and Task Lists on Friday Clear your mental clutter by reviewing all your commitments (big and small) before you go home Friday. * Your time off will be sweeter and less…
Casey Moore
February 27, 2014
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Casey’s eTip: Protect Your Inboxes from Time-Wasting Clutter

Every email, snail mail and phone call requires your time and energy to assess, decide and act. Here’s how to reduce that time significantly… Casey’s eTip: Protect Your Inboxes from Time-Wasting Clutter Email: When you make online purchases, opt-out of offers to receive email promotions Phone: Register all your personal phones…
Casey Moore
February 20, 2014