Pat’s in the business of giving people BACK THEIR TIME.
Pat writes about and helps individuals learn new systems and strategies around Time Management, Delegation, Email Management, To Do Lists, Meeting Management, Making Decisions, and Managing/Working Remotely and more.
He is also managing partner at The Infrastructure Company.
Visit his website at: ExecTrainingCamp.com and his firm’s consulting website for finance, accounting, operations and technology at TheInfrastructureCompany.com.
Latest posts by Pat Mixon (see all)
- Time Sucks: The Top 5 Biggest Time Suckers in Business - 06/18/2015
- The Death of Vacations: The Top 5 Reasons People Don’t Take Vacations - 06/01/2015
- Distractions & the Art of Ignoring - 05/14/2015
Time matters, now more than ever. In our fast moving, information at our fingertips or on our wrist world, we are constantly bombarded not just with notifications but demands. The other side of the coin are distractions, where you find
Vacations are an endangered species, at least for the majority in the business world. And they are borderline extinct for sole proprietors and small business owners. Here are the Top 5 reasons why people don’t take vacations anymore and afterwards,
As little kids, we’re taught to never ignore others. These are ingrained manners that are socially acceptable. However, this training hurts in the business world. The negative connotations of ignoring is another 20th Century concept that needs to be abandoned.
Under constant bombardment in the information overload 21st Century, Time Management comes down to literally becoming infected by one of these primary methods of communication: Email, Text, Phone, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc. These are all rivers of information flow and
If you thought you already were under bombardment from communication and information, think again. The release of Apple’s new Watch signifies the dawn of what I call “Communication Overload 2.0.” The world changed in 2008 with the release of Apple’s
Still Got a “Punching the Time Clock Mentality”? How to Move from a Time-based to a Performance-based Workerby Pat Mixon 03/31/2015
We are living in the 21st Century but the business world is still operating like a factory in 1910. The entire reason we have the 8-hour workday (it used to be longer) is because it is based on the factory
With a smartphone in your pocket or purse at all times, business never stops. The only one who can stop is you. The growing problem in today’s business environment of connectedness and ultra-communication is that you’re always reachable. Managing time
While we live in an ever changing and rapid “new school” world, when it comes to management styles, “old school” might actually win out. Collaboration and team-concepts are all the rage these days, but are they truly effective? Or, do