How to run a meeting that even Jason Fried will love

Do meetings suck? Or do we? Productive meetings don’t have be an oxymoron: follow these tips on how to plan and run meetings that get work done. Don’t miss out on a powerful tool to get work done on your projects just because everyone else is doing it wrong! […]

Spammy robots, connection whores and other LinkedIn criminals

With LinkedIn having hit 100 million users earlier this year, there are a lot of LinkedIn crimes happening. Follow the advice in this Top Ten list to avoid becoming a spammy robot, a connection whore and other heinous LinkedIn crimes. Your LinkedIn experience will be all the more richer. […]

Stop choking your inner Martin Luther King with PowerPoint slides and animation effects

Powerpoint is not responsible for good, or bad presentations. You are. For your next presentation, instead of choking your inner Martin Luther King with animation effects, try these three tips. […]

Email Chicken and Google Reader Oatmeal: Let’s stop committing multitasking crimes

It should be outlawed. Several years ago, a friend of mine, enamoured with her new Blackberry, marveled at how she could check her email anywhere, even while barbecuing chicken. Her husband, however, was considerably less impressed. When he went to check on the chicken that he had left in her charge while he was taking […]

How I rehabilitated my life of email crime

If there was a prison for e-mail crimes, I’d be serving 25-to-Life, with no chance of parole.

Having since been rehabilitated, I can now look back at my wanton life of email crime with a critical, if not somewhat embarrassed, eye. In order to keep you on the path of email righteousness, here’s some advice […]