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Today we have a guest post from Maria McManus. Maria is the co-founder of the Leading Geeks Company, a firm dedicated to helping businesses people collaborate productively with tech people. She is writing a book called “Loving Geeks: A Nongeek’s Guide to Finding True Love with the Best People on Earth.” I never thought I’d […]

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People that work for themselves know their time is valuable. If they’ve a head for business, they know precisely what an hour of their time is worth, and their monthly revenue objectives. Really good businesspeople even know how much developmental or non-revenue-generating work they can take on each month or quarter before the law of […]

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When the Creativity Clock Strikes 12

Posted by on 24 November 2010

As students, we could pull all-nighters, cram hours before exams and prepare for weeks for one term paper. As humans and adults, we know whether we are morning people or night owls, if we can awaken without an alarm clock or if we are simply gluttons for sleep. In other words, for the most part, […]

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Type ‘P': The Planner

Posted by on 12 November 2010

We’ve all heard of the Type A and Type B Personality Theory and, in all likelihood, identify with one of the two. If you have not, you will find a wonderful definitional summary here. Type As are stereotypically described as high-strung go-getters for whom success is the only option; Type Bs, on the other hand, […]

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In my last post, I started a conversation about the importance of self-management when it comes to workshifting. The first quality to successful self-management is of course, knowing yourself. The second quality to successful workshifting has to do with the work itself. There are many different ways to earn a living. Finding the way that’s right […]

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Personality Type and Telecommuting

Posted by on 20 October 2009

Today Jacquelyn Brown stops by to ask for your assistance with a research project exploring personality type, telecommuting and the potential connection between them.  Jacquelyn has been workshifting for the past 7 years and is currently working on her PhD at the University of San Diego with a research focus specifically on telecommuting. As a […]

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