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START WITH BETTER TEAM MEETINGS TODAY!

One of the best ways to work smarter is by running better team meetings. As a leader, this is one of your most important jobs.

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Walt Disney quoteHi, I’m Tom Catalini, author of Career Leap Year and other books on professional development.

I’ve struggled and succeeded as I worked my way up from the front lines to the executive suite, across a dozen different industries.

Along the way, I’ve hired, managed, and mentored professionals at all levels. I’ve consulted with the largest organizations and the smallest startups.

Now, I’d like to help YOU.

Whether you want to find a new job, grow your skills, find greater happiness at work, increase your earnings—or all of the above, I’m here to help.

Soon you too can start enjoying work more while you reach new heights in your career.

Here are the latest ideas from the blog…

Use these to shift your mindset, hone your communication skills, build your leadership skills, and more.

Read More Books: How to Easily Read Dozens This Year

Read More Books: How to Easily Read Dozens This Year

If the Internet had been a thing when I was in school, I would have skirted book reading even more than I did. As it was, I figured out that if I read the first and last 20 pages of whatever book was assigned in English class, that I could fudge my way through most tests and reports. That little shortcut, plus watching the movie version of the book if it was available, got me through. Making matters worse for…

How to Face, Recover, and Learn From a Bad Day at Work

How to Face, Recover, and Learn From a Bad Day at Work

Even though I could point to a lot of other people and circumstances that cause a bad day, I feel like it’s all my fault. I think that I should have known better. Or that I did know better but didn’t do anything (or enough) about it. Maybe you feel like that sometimes too. Or perhaps you see it a little more clearly. You might recognize that lots of things that cause a bad day at work are simply outside…

How to Reduce the Stress of Leadership Without Losing Your Edge

“No pressure, no diamonds.” Thomas Carlyle As a leader, you thrive on stress to some extent. It’s what gives you the “juice” of excitement and energy. That’s probably what attracted you to your position. You wanted the responsibility. Challenge. Excitement. Because it’s very satisfying to take on leadership responsibility and see something through to a successful conclusion. At times, though, the stress can be too much. It can become a problem. Maybe even a major hindrance. Particularly over time. The…

The Best Prioritization Advice: Priority Channels

prioritize using priority channels instead of lists

Setting and keeping priorities is hard these days. You might have things set one day and the next day things change. Everything seems a little more chaotic than it used to be. Maybe that’s because the world is changing at a faster pace. Businesses are facing new dynamics. People are more easily distracted. When everyone seems to be overwhelmed, it’s can be hard to find your footing. And it can be difficult to work a consistent path forward. Not to…

How Successful Project Leaders Avoid Common Pitfalls

Being caught in the hornet’s nest of an unruly project is a unique kind of professional pain, particularly when you are supposed to be the leader. So let’s try to avoid that. Imagine if you could avoid the most common pitfalls and lead a winning team on a successful project. Doesn’t that sound like more fun? Of course it does. Because landing a successful project can be one of the most satisfying types of work. It gives you a great…

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