OK, so here it is… some of the staff believe Beyonce’s bump is fake, but others think this conspiracy mess has gone too far.
Why would a woman have to fake a pregnancy? Well, even Wendy Williams doesn’t believe we are on earth and Beyonce is human enough to get pregnant. SMH
Pop to the top to watch Wendy and her staff question reality and give sorry examples of “How Pregnant People Sit”
Last Saturday, we had a bunch of friends over for dinner and the talk turned to productivity, about which we write in Chapter 1 (p.13): “Productivity is an excellent way to evaluate a country’s ability to provide an improving standard of living for its people. Only through increases in productivity can the standard of living increase“.
But here was the gist of the conversation— From a pediatrician: “We have a practice of 22 doctors and business is stable. Six staff turned over this year, but because of the economy, we only replaced two. The work was split among the rest, who each got more hours”. From an ophthalmologist: “I am a sole practitioner, but when two staff left this year, I only replaced one.” From a lawyer: ” My firm made offers to two dozen new associates this year. But with the downturn, we rescinded the start dates by one year. Current…
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I strongly believe that one of the coolest concepts I have learned is visual thinking.
Then I had the chance of studying Dan Roam‘s remarkable book The Back of the Napkin (Expanded Edition): Solving Problems and Selling Ideas with Pictures (Amazon affiliate link).
Today most of the strategic work I do, I do with a pad and a pen. So, when a few months ago I discovered the work of Sunni Brown, I really saw the value on her work. Here you can see examples of it on the Strategic Doodler Showcase.
Recently she gave a short TED Talk, in which she makes the case for unlocking your brain via pad and pen. Let’s doodle!
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Multitasking is a common buzzword right now. And it is both decried as having a viciant and virulent effect on our capability to function with facility, and as being the prime panacea of production. Which is right?
Well, honestly, I don’t think either are right. I think multitasking has its place, and I think it has a great amount of value. But I don’t think it is always the most efficient way to do things, and do think there are many things which require something else: singletasking.
Now, I honestly haven’t really heard anyone talking about singletasking by that term… people generally use words like ‘focus’ and ‘dedication’ and whatnot. Singletasking involves those, but I prefer the term ‘singletask’ because it emphasizes the precisely unique and advantageous nature of itself: it is doing a single task, and nothing else.
And it is quite a bit harder to do, and far…
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