Time management for creative people

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  • wishful thinking Time Management for Creative People Manage the mundane - create the extraordinary Mark McGuinness www.wishfulthinking.co.uk/blog First published on www.businessofdesignonline.com .Some rights reserved This e-book published by Mark McGuinness, London 2007 Text © Mark McGuinness 2007 This e-book is published under a Creative Commons licence which allows you to copy and distribute the e-book as long as you keep it intact in its original format, credit the original author and do not use it for commercial purposes. Web: www.wishfulthinking.co.uk Blog: www.

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  • Aproject of this scope can only be realized through the outstanding contributions of a great team of people. Accordingly, the editors wish to acknowledge the spirit, creative talent, drive, and contributions of many. First, we’d like to thank our 50 coaches for so generously contributing their time and best thinking in an honest and open dialogue. In particular, Jim Kouzes was instrumental in the development of our ideas and our knowledge of top coaches, and generous with his perspectives and critique....

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  • Projects before 1900 were generally managed by the creative architects and engineers themselves. Many of us are familiar with stories of the giants who flourished in the latter part of this historical period; people such as Sir Christopher Wren (1632–1723), Thomas Telford (1757–1834) and Isambard Kingdom Brunel (1806–59). You can read about Brunel in Vaughan (1991). There was no separately recognized profession of project management. Commonsense, determination, hard work (sometimes at the expense of neglecting personal health) usually got the job done.

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  • Life skills are abilities for adaptive and positive behaviour that enable individuals to deal effectively with the demands and challenges of everyday life (WHO definition). In particular, life skills are psychosocial competencies and interpersonal skills that help people make informed decisions, solve problems, think critically and creatively, communicate effectively, build healthy relationships, empathise with others, and cope with managing their lives in a healthy and productive manner.

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