Tuesday, September 13, 2005

When are you at your Absolute Best?

So when ARE you at your Absolute Best?
  • Morning ... or afternoon?
  • Early in the week ... or more toward the middle ... or end of the week?
  • With a deadline looming .. or when you have time to be creative?
  • When you're particularly well-organized ... or when things are a total mess?
  • In times of simplicity ... or in times of complexity?
  • In front of your boss ... or your staff ... or your peers ... or your customers?
  • When faced with something new and demanding ... or something familiar and comfortable?
  • When accountable to others ... or accountable to your self?
  • When well-rested ... or highly-caffeinated?
  • When feeling ego ... or feeling gratitude?
  • When there's a crisis ... or when there's not?

When are YOU at your Absolute Best and, more importantly, how can you spend more time in THAT place?

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Blogger Barry Zweibel said...

Thanks, Missy!

Tuesday, September 13, 2005 7:57:00 AM CDT  
Blogger Lauren Hidden said...

I'm at my absolute best in the morning, the day of the week doesn't matter, when I have time to be creative (and self-edit my work), when things are a total mess, in times of simplicity, when I'm alone, something familiar and comfortable, I'm equally accountable to myself and others, when well-rested, when feeling gratitude and the fewer crises the better.

I work for myself, and I sometimes work a non-traditional workday because of that. I do my most difficult work in the morning, if I'm drowsy, I've been known to take a snooze in the afternoon and work again at night after I put the kids to bed. I feel myself and my clients are much better off when I listen to myself and work when I'm mentally alert, rested and relaxed. Good question!

Monday, September 19, 2005 6:23:00 PM CDT  
Anonymous Mike Sansone said...

Great Questions! Also makes me think about why I'm not at my best the other times and how I can improve on that.

My answers: Morning; Early week; Deadline looming; Well-Organized (though this is rare); Complexity; Same in front of all; New & demanding; Accountable to others (great question that demands honesty); well-rested (though the password for this comment is "mocah" 0 is that a hint?); feeling gratitude; crisis.

Saturday, October 22, 2005 9:22:00 AM CDT  

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