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Casey Moore

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Casey’s eTip: Practice Kaizen to Produce the Life You Want

Human beings are paradoxical: we are built for both continuous change and to maintain homeostasis. How can we successfully navigate this apparent contradiction? We can practice Kaizen: the art of making small, even unthreateningly tiny, changes that slowly add up to significant transformation, the way small raindrops ripple across a…
January 28, 2023
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Caseys eTip: Getting Organized Means Getting Present

People think being organized is about being orderly, but having space matters more than any natural sense of order. Casey's eTip: Getting Organized Means Getting Present The best way to make space (homes) for your current needs is to let go of the past and of past dreams of the…
January 25, 2023
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Casey’s eTip: Take Regular 5-Minute Walk Breaks

Sitting for hours on end will kill you before your time (see one study). But you can eliminate that risk with one small change… Casey's eTip: Take Regular 5-Minute Walk Breaks In the past, I've recommended what I call "Interval Work"--stretches of focus and effort punctuated by short breaks. New…
January 16, 2023
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Casey’s eTip: Create Accountability for Your Learning

Professional development, staying current with changes in your industry and others, is critical to sustainably high productivity. But who has the time? Casey's eTip: Create Accountability for Your Learning Professional development is one of those "Quadrant II" activities--important but not urgent. And so people put it off one day at…
January 11, 2023
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Casey’s eTip: Do 90-90-1 to Achieve Your Goals

Here's a way to start the year off right by doing your most important work… Casey's eTip: Do 90-90-1 to Achieve Your Goals Robin Sharma explains 90-90-1 this way: "For the next 90 days, devote the first 90 minutes of your work day to the one best opportunity in your…
January 3, 2023
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Casey’s eTip: Reflect on the Year Gone By

It's so easy to continually move forward, always onto the next thing. Yet research shows that reflection on past experiences and growth increases our satisfaction and promotes insight and learning. Frankly, it gives us perspective and the sense of having a life, rather than a series of moments. This week's…
December 28, 2022
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Casey’s eTip: Ask for Teamwork, Not “Help”

As a leader in your home or office, it's easy to fall into the trap of asking others for "help" to get work done. What's the trap? The false underlying belief there that it is truly all your responsibility and others are doing you a favor. It can seem wrong…
December 21, 2022
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Casey’s eTip: Cultivate a Sense of Abundant Time

Feel that you don't have enough time? You can try to rush to cram it all in or cut obligations. It can help, but your mindset may need to change, too. Casey's eTip: Cultivate a Sense of Abundant Time The sense of "enough" is a mental construct. You can create…
December 14, 2022
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Casey’s eTip: Shop Less, Enjoy More

If you love gift-giving, you probably did your gift shopping much earlier in the year. If you don't love it, now is your time to open negotiations with family members about expectations and needs. The goal might be to follow Casey's eTip: Shop Less, Enjoy More. You might consider the…
December 7, 2022
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Casey’s eTip: Cut the Copying in Email

Copying others on emails can get out of control. Some people copy supervisors and others on almost every message and it is usually not helpful for anyone. This week's Casey's eTip: Cut the Copying in Email. If your direct-reports copy you unnecessarily on emails, it might serve you and them…
November 30, 2022