March 4, 2019
Does your train of thought have a caboose? Are you communicating or just talking? What do you need to know? In this episode of The Lifelong Project Podcast, I'll share some insight to how communicate more effectively in your projects.
February 25, 2019
We're all busy. We all get the same amount of time. We all don't, however, get stuff done.
In this episode I'll share my approach to getting stuff done, setting priorities, and I'll attack the myth of multitasking.
February 18, 2019
Risk is an uncertain event that can have a positive or negative effect on our projects - and our lives. In this episode I'll drill into some specifics of risk management.
February 11, 2019
Over the past year, I got fat. In this podcast, I'll share with you what happened and what I'm going to do about it. Accountability is a great motivator - and that's the point of this podcast.
February 5, 2019
It's been a moment since I've published an episode. I'm back, I'm healthy, and ready to get into 2019. Let's go!
December 12, 2018
In today's podcast, I'll walk through the big, big picture of Scrum and how it all works together.
November 20, 2018
This past week I found a rock - a special rock - that was painted like a scarecrow. What does this have to do with project management? Plenty! Let's find some rocks.
November 13, 2018
In projects, and in our lives, nothing happens until someone does something. In this episode I'll discuss the importance of decisions and actions - and yes, I'll talk about my fear of math and four birds on a wire.
November 6, 2018
Little to do with project management, but much to do with life.
October 29, 2018
Happy Halloween - a special edition of The Lifelong Project podcast... it's spooky!
I’m a vampire and I’m your manager. I'd rather drink your blood than coffee. Your job sucks because you work for me. For years I’ve owned you, controlled you, and made your life miserable, but not anymore. I’m retiring and I’m sharing some secrets that just might get me killed. I don’t care – I’m dead already.
Vampires rule over corporate fiefdoms and control workers by the minute. You know you’re working for a vampire when your manager doesn’t care about your goals, your family life, and the misery you endure just to do your job. If you hate your job because of your manager, your coworkers, or because you can’t afford to quit you’re probably working for a vampire.
My book, Vampire Management, is on Amazon.