Back in 2008, Peter Drucker wrote a book on self-management. I’d like to build off that a bit differently, using 9 key points that I found to seem to work quite well for me. I hope you find them insightful for your daily grind as well.
- Be More – It’s quite simple actually. Each and every day, I work on being more than I was the day before. Be it a better son, a better friend, or a better coworker. If we strive to better ourselves with every new sunrise, I wholeheartedly believe that we are then positioned to help others around us.
- Be Detailed – When we structure our daily tasks, it’s important that we be very specific to ourselves. This allows for us to hold ourselves accountable. And should we miss out mark, we then know what we need to work on harder the next day. Keep plugging away until you can cross it your list.
- Be Resourceful – Utilizing our resources has amazing rewards. Throughout our journey, we surround ourselves with some of the best teachers in life. None of us are ‘self-made’. Each of us is a product of our environment. Every five years, Read more