Last week Steve Harvey returned for the fifth and final season of his talk show. Before everything got started, he sent a memo out to the entire staff that was, shall I say delicately, poorly delivered and poorly received.
Basically Steve was trying to get control of his personal time and so he laid down a set of new rules, e.g. “Do not come to my dressing room unless invited,” and “Do not wait in any hallway to speak with me.”
On the surface these rules might be seen as dictatorial, but I disagree. In order for any of us to be highly productive, we must be vicious with our time.
In this week’s video, I share why I believe that and why I ended up creating a product to help people be “Viciously Productive.”
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You’re exactly right about the need for Vicious Productivity. And I know you think the example you’ve cited was not handled well, to say the least.
Would love to hear your thoughts about what advice you would have offered if asked about how both Vicious Productivity and Brand reputation could have been enhanced by handling this situation differently. I’ve got a few ideas on the subject, but would love to hear your thoughts if interested in sharing them.
ALWAYS enjoy watching and learning.