4 excuses that will drive leaders over the edge

first_imgDo any of the following sound familiar to you?Fourteen and sixteen-hour days are becoming the normTo-do lists keep getting longerYou seem to be covering for everyoneYou’re not sleeping well, worried about dropping the ball or missing a deadlineThere are more and more fires burning with your boss, the board, and even your familyIf so, does it mean that you are overworked? Maybe. Or maybe the problem is that you are overWORKING.The difference between being overworked and overworking is all about excuses and choices. continue reading » 14SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblrlast_img

Tipp County Board say farewell to O’Shea

first_imgSpeaking to Tipp FM, Eamon O’Shea said he was proud of what he achieved during his time in charge and he’s confident that the future of hurling in the Premier County is bright.  The Cloughjordan native has stepped down from the manager’s post following the Premier’s exit from this year’s All Ireland championship. Michael Ryan will now take up the mantle for next season. In a statement, County Board Chairman Michael Burke paid tribute to O’Shea saying his contribution was “immense. Tipperary County Board Statement in full: Already planned and known in advance all was missing was the date,  a truly inspirational and passionate Tipperary manager Eamon O’Shea, led his side into combat one last time in Croke Park on Sunday last.It is with a huge amount of gratitude and thanks Tipperary Co. Board mark and acknowledges the contribution of Eamon O’Shea, a Tipperary man through and through who never wanted more than to see Tipperary be successful. He leaves behind a solid structure, a fabulous group of players who held Eamon in such high esteem.His is the torch they carried; his is the badge they wore with pride. Eamon’s belief in his players was and is unequivocal and also resilient in his belief that they will succeed when he is gone.Giving up a tremendous amount of his time to Tipperary, Tipperary Co. Board is indebted to the contribution Eamon O’Shea has given in his term as manager. The Board also thanks Eamon’s family who played their part in Eamon’s voyage and shared in his highs and some lows too.For your energy, passion, dedication, honesty and integrity on behalf of all Tipperary players, supporters and officials alike, we extend every best wish and more to Eamon O’Shea and his family now and for the future.You are more than a “footnote” you are the foundation, the platform, the genesis of things to come. The future is bright, the future is Blue and Gold because of your contribution and for that the players salute you; we salute you, farewell and thanks.Tipperary Co. Board Chairman, Michael Bourke said “Eamon O’Shea’s contribution to Tipperary is immense. I have witnessed at first hand that the only thing on his mind was getting Tipperary hurling to the pinnacle of All Ireland success and keeping it there, which was his total ambition. Eamon is a man of huge belief in his ideals and in those around him and whose determination and approach was unquestionable in trying to get there. I wish to thank Eamon and his family most sincerely for his contribution to Tipperary. He gave his all unfailingly and I really appreciate it.”last_img read more