Nov 18, 2016
What's the difference between busy work and heavy-lifting work?
Host: Jessica DewellPanel: Carmen Rojas, Cynthia Bazen, Joel Dawson
Things we need to do and things we may not need to do.
Check in on what may be busy work - evaluate does it move me forward?
Decide what will and won't do.
Conversion and brand awareness.
Try things out. Collaborate...and then evaluate.
3 Stories about conversion.
Prioritization is a skill. Tips for how to prioritize.
When the value needs to be defined is business or productivity comes into play.
Productivity is defined by the group - our teams create a shared meaning.
Changes in responsibility bring new things to learn, to do different.
Ways we model responsibility.
As soon as we delegate - we are developing a person's work skills.
Only ask of others what will do ourself.
Tips to release control.
Cynthia Bazin: The things we MUST do like building relationships doing the calls.
Carmen Rojas: Smaller pieces of life may be important for what's important.
Joel Dawson: The heavy lifting is what puts money in the bank.
Carmen Rojas: Avoid the dark hole of busy work.
Joel Dawson: You can speak until your tongue falls out, and converting it to speaking fees is another story.
Jessica Dewell: Prioritization is a skill.
Cynthia Bazin: We each have our own secret sauce of what makes us productive.
Carmen Rojas: Prioritize to available resources.
Joel Dawson: I take things off the list that don't get done - obviously its not important.
Jessica Dewell: I choose things that move me toward my end goal - each day.
Cynthia Bazin: I model responsibility by walking the walk.
Tags: empathy, busy, overwhelmed, effective, productivity, self care, responsibility, ownership, leadership, choice, impact, busy work, conversion, life and work, prioritize