Drowning managers tend to run after those who shout the loudest.
Managers with enough time in a busy day are more calm and present.
Managers with enough time often have a greater overview - and therefore, they also find it easier to listen to the best ideas.
Managers with enough time alleviate the restlessness and worry - and by the way, they sleep better at night.
“It definitely works for me that it only takes one minute to read. Your letter is actually the only one I always read, for the same reason.
It works because there is always one simple and tangible grain of gold which is easy to integrate into my everyday life - as opposed to a long text that I have to assess before I can use it.
“Good inputs, read between all meetings.”
“I am a big fan of your Friday emails, and often make a print screen and pass them on to relevant people.”
“They work and I get them read, every time. Always a good message that can be added to my daily life.”
“I enjoy being reminded of the tips and tricks I actually already know, but which need to be recalled in order for me to remember to use them. I love that they are short and to the point.”
“For me, the letters are a good reminder to remember to be aware and reflect. I choose how I want to spend my time - right now and the rest of the day!”
“An ongoing and welcome reminder to stop and reflect on my approach to my work... and to life in particular.”
“Love your letters. Short, present and rich in content.”
“Friday is usually a quiet day for me, so it fits well that they arrive on Friday morning. Reflection about time is great, and I like the "little thoughts" that have great value. It works mostly on the day itself, but I can grab hold on the "time thoughts" during the week. After a few weeks, they just began to stick better.”
Mirja has worked with high growth companies for more than 20 years, and since 2019, she has helped extremely busy managers create more time, calmness and overview in their busy everyday lives.
Everyday life is her laboratory, where she invents practical tools for the busy managers.
She is educated in both business strategy and the human mind - and Mirja believes that this combination is one of the keys to getting more time and being more calm and present as a busy manager.