COMMENT: If you create a culture of working long hours, the work expands to fit the time.
COMMENT: There are many benefits of doing business in two countries, Robyn Pearce writes.
COMMENT: Breastfeeding can save families huge amounts of time further down the track, writes Robyn Pearce.
COMMENT: No matter what the age, clutter equals confusion, lack of focus and irritability.
COMMENT: There is an inverse relationship between the amount of TV a person watches and the income they're capable of earning.
COMMENT: Emergencies are a fact of life with children - so anticipate them.
COMMENT: How many open emails and applications do you have on your computer right now?
COMMENT: There's no such thing as a 'quick and easy' shopping experience with small children.
COMMENT: There are four core elements we need to have reasonable competence on how to prioritise.
COMMENT: Lateral thinking helps family out of a traffic situation.
COMMENT: Set yourself regular checking times, but not in your prime creative time.
Technology affects our lives at home, the way we run businesses, our ability to cope in a non-wired environment, and even our sleep, Robyn Pearce writes.
Sometimes the answer is just to do less.
COMMENT: What great places or organisations do you know that can benefit from our 'junk'?
COMMENT: Robyn Pearce talks three ways to declutter your life.
COMMENT: Our feelings are our signpost, writes Robyn Pearce.
COMMENT: When you go on holiday, are you likely to add a couple of extra items 'just in case' you need them?
Always ask yourself, 'What can I delegate or out-source?', writes Robyn Pearce.
Ben is a mid-level manager with a team of four, all relatively new in their positions.
I'm delighted with the comments coaching clients make after they start applying more focus in their daily time management choices, Robyn writes.
This time my contribution isn't really about time management, although the 'takeaway points' apply to all businesses.
Robyn Pearce believes that we're just re-discovering the best of the old ways - people-based, principle-based behaviours.
Time and motion study helps us not waste time by majoring in minor things, writes Robyn Pearce.