by Randall CraigFiled in: Blog, Blogging, CRM, Make It Happen Tipsheet, Social Media, Time managementTagged as: Digital Strategy, Focus, Planning, Productivity
How do you spend the first 20 minutes at the office each day?
If you were in the 1970’s, you would spend the time reading the newspaper, then organizing your inbox (the box on your desk), and finally looking at your calendar before “starting” your day.
In the 1980’s, you would be doing the same, but with less time on the newspaper, and more time on voicemail.
In the 1990’s, the newspaper went away, but email made it’s (un)welcome debut.
In the 2000’s, there’s no need to check email because you already did this before arriving on your BlackBerry. (Today: What’s a BlackBerry?)
So, in today’s always on mobile world, how do you spend the first 20 minutes of your office day? And more particularly, how might you actually use Social Media productively during this time? Here’s a sampler:
Reconsider how you spend those first 20 minutes each day. While you might not add all five of these items to your morning routine, each adds specific value by connecting you more tightly – and building relationships.
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