At today’s Geese meeting, Our Educational Coordinator, Adam Engel of Prime Title and Escrow, discussed Leadership lessons from the various crises of 2020. The tips come from the article
What did you learn from 2020?
At today’s Geese meeting, Our Educational Coordinator, Adam Engel of Prime Title and Escrow, helped us all learn how to give better presentations. The tips come from the article “12 Life Lessons From Mathematician and Philospher Gian-Carlo Rota.” Here are a few, but click the link above for the full article.
Every lecture should make only one point
Never run over time
Relate to your audience
Give people something to take home
Try some of these for your next presentation!
At a recent Geese meeting, Our Educational Coordinator, Adam Engel of Prime Title and Escrow, discussed a post from Leo Babauta on Zen Habits, Time Management Tips for Top Performers. With endless emails and other distractions, it’s easy to fall down several rabbit-holes during your workday. The article reminds us to:
Focus on the things that matter. Clear everything else away, and don’t act on the urges to put off the important stuff.
Notice when you’re turning away from the high-impact tasks, and train yourself to turn towards it instead.
Batch the smaller stuff (like email and messages) and give that some time later in the day to focus, if that’s important to your work.
Train yourself to focus, and train yourself to always know what you should focus on.
And then connect to why it’s meaningful.
The Geese’s Eric McGinley of The Athlete’s College Funding Specialists will be holding some great webinars on 4 Keys to Cutting College Costs this week! Click here for details: https://theathletescollegefundingspecialists.us/events/
Start planning now!
Our Educational Coordinator, Adam Engel of Prime Title and Escrow, shared some great info about selecting the right Mask to help protect against COVID-19. The most effective mask should have multiple layers of natural fibers with a polypropylene guard in the middle as a filter. N95 masks are so effective because they have that filter. Avoid masks with exhalation valves. These masks release unfiltered air, so it does not protect others if you are exhaling the virus. Finally, be sure to wash your mask every day with detergent and hot water.
Here is the full article from NPR: https://www.npr.org/sections/goatsandsoda/2020/07/01/880621610/a-users-guide-to-masks-what-s-best-at-protecting-others-and-yourself
Wear a mask! Stay Safe!
Adam Engel of Prime Title is the Geese’s Educational Coordinator. He shares great info about networking and marketing with the Geese each week. Recently, he discussed the following article from Kevin Eikenberry. Maybe it can help you and your team:
In a world of constant change where the status quo is a myth, making decisions are part of the lifeblood of any successful organization. Leaders who try to make all those decisions will be pressed, stressed, and likely behind. Whether thinking about the short-term need for decisions to be made or the long-term implications for empowering team members, leaders must distribute decision making to the team. The question is how to do it.
Here is a seven-step process to distribute decision making to your team. Click here to read the steps!
We are excited to hear from Lisa Geraci Rigoni and Dena Fleisher of The Organizing Mentors on Thursday’s Golden Geese Zoom call. Their goal is to “help you reclaim your space mentally and physically.” Since many of us are working from home these days, we are anxious to learn how to optimize our spaces.
Tune in Thursday morning at 8:00 am to meet the Geese and learn more! Email us for Zoom meeting info.
Adam Engel of Prime Title is the Geese’s Educational Coordinator. He shares great info about networking and marketing with the Geese each week. This morning, he discussed the following article from Kevin Eikenberry. Maybe it will help you in your next Zoom meeting
Few consider meetings the highlight of their workday – more probably consider it the bane of their work life. It is true that meetings, while important and potentially useful, aren’t always very good. Sadly, now that most meetings are being held virtually, it hasn’t gotten any better. The challenge is how to have more effective virtual meetings. And part of the answer is the questions you use. Read On!