Monthly Archives July 2020

Mark Debinski has been appointed as the new chair of the Carroll Hospital Foundation Board of Trustees

“Carroll Hospital has appointed three new chairs to its non-profit Boards as well as several new board members effective July 1. Mark Debinski has been appointed as the new chair of the Carroll Hospital Foundation Board of Trustees. A strong supporter of the hospital and volunteer leader for more than a decade, he is the president and chief operating officer of Bluewater Advisory & Bluewater Search. As chair, he also will serve as a member of the Carroll Hospital Board of Directors.” . . Read more: http://www.lbhcarrollcounty.org/Main/PressReleases/1457.aspx
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A To Do List is Not a Plan

“P.S. Had the most productive day today in a month because I took 5 mins last night to PLAN and I set aside my first hour today to NOT LOOK AT EMAILS but to get my high priority tasks done FIRST. LOVED IT SOOOOOOOO SO, SO, MUCH.  THANK YOU! I will definitely be keeping this going AND recommending it to others!!!” This piece of magic was sent to me in an email earlier in the week. I was on a one-to-one call with a woman participating in our current leadership program when she shared that she was feeling overwhelmed and scattered
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If Taking a Vacation = Work Stress, It’s Your Own Damn Fault

“I just got back to work after vacation, and need another vacation!” So here we are, the weekend after 4th of July weekend, and I feel obligated to leverage some basic business principles I had the opportunity to share with three different managers and executives this week.  And the point is – if you feel like you need a vacation after going back to work after vacation, it’s your own damn fault.  Bear with me now and I’ll unpack this thought as efficiently as I can. Unfortunately, well-meaning managers experience an increased level of anxiety: Just before they leave for
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