Jessica Higgins is a public speaker, strategic consultant and a published author on creating end-to-end culture design solutions in healthcare, higher education, governments and large corporations. Her clients include Microsoft, Zappos, Roche, AT&T, Pfizer, L'Oreal, US Bank, Babson College, and many others. She splits her time between Miami, FL, San Diego, CA and Scottsdale, AZ. 

For speaking engagements, interviews and other inquiries please contact her publicist, Kat Fleischman, at kathfleisch@gmail.com. 

How to Self-Manage Your Life for Optimal Results

How to Self-Manage Your Life for Optimal Results

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How to stay focused...

Napoleon said it best: “I can always recapture lost territory. A single second of time, never.”

The first thing I noticed when I started hanging out with super successful people was JUST how much better they managed their time than other people.

They never overslept, they never stayed too long at parties, they only dated people who were potential “keepers”...

And over time, it paid dividends.

Sure, there was a price to be paid. They missed out on many adventures and potential idle moments, which all can be delightful.

But at least they knew the price, and were willing to pay it. It’s not like anyone put a gun to their head and said “Be less productive”.

We were put on this Earth to become the people we were born to be.

And how well we do that start with how well we guard our time.

Our time. Our rules.

But knowing this, of course, is where we get our power.

 

Jessica Higgins, JD MBA BB is a public speaker, strategist and published author. She is Chief Operating Officer of Gapingvoid Culture Design Group. Her mission is to help others. If you would like to speak to Jessica about how she can help, she can be contacted at  JessicaH@gapingvoid.com  and @jessicahigginsdotco

Wall Street Business Network Radio Interview on Biz 1190

Wall Street Business Network Radio Interview on Biz 1190

New Finding in the Behavioral Economics of Organizational Culture

New Finding in the Behavioral Economics of Organizational Culture