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Chris Wollerman is CEO of InnovaSystems International LLC, a software development company based in San Diego, California.

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Using Inspire! Each Day To Achieve Great Results

clock February 21, 2014 08:23 by author Jennifer
Using Inspire! Each Day To Achieve Great Results Blog Author: Jeff M., Inspire! User Inspire! is a great planning application that contains helpful features for optimizing my personal and professional productivity. It allows me to identify and create goals, roles, and values that align with who I am and where I want to go. For a more personalized, interactive experience, it also lets me add my own music, pictures, and motivational quotes to help inspire, remind, and challenge me to achieve my goals. I have used Inspire! for some time, and continue to do so with great results. By keeping me organized and focused—and helping me prioritize my daily and weekly tasks—it helps me jump unexpected hurdles, remove roadblocks, and succeed at achieving those goals that are truly important to me. One of the things I do to help optimize my chances of success is resisting the temptation to enter EVERYTHING I need to complete each day, which only creates one giant checklist. Instead, ... [More]

Busy Vs Productive: Using Inspire! To Focus On The Big Rocks

clock February 3, 2014 09:19 by author Jennifer
Busy Vs Productive: Using Inspire! To Focus On The Big Rocks Blog Author: Kimberly C., Inspire! User We all have those days that pass like a whirlwind. It seems like you can’t get a free moment to catch your breath. You might even skip lunch or forget to eat altogether. At the end of the day, you feel like you ran a marathon. The question is: while it seems you filled your day with a million tasks, were you focused on the right ones? Were you truly productive…or did you just manage to stay “busy”? Sometimes we get so caught up in the flurry of “to-dos” we lose sight of the difference. To be clear, getting a lot of things done means you’re busy, while getting the right things done means you’re being productive. But amid the daily chaos, how can you tell the difference? Sorting out the important tasks (aka “big rocks”) from your busy tasks is the key to producing real results versus simply wearing yourself out. A single day... [More]