4 Tips for Using Parkinson's Law to Leverage Your Time More Efficiently

Work expands to fill the time available for its completion. That's Parkinson's Law, and we've all seen it in action. Parkinson's Law is named for an author on the subject in the 1950s, Cyril Parkinson. It explains that report you needed to get done within a specific time and which you miraculously started and finished the night before it was due after pushing it off for weeks. 

5 Common Issues In Estimating

One of the traditional steps in deciding whether or not to take a job is checking over a client's estimate of what the project is going to cost. Sometimes clients are diligent, and they've already put together an educated guess as to what a project should cost. Other times... other times their guesses aren't really all that educated, which means you have to do double the work to correct the estimate.