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How to Minimize Interruptions

The last few posts have been about minimizing interruptions. Interruptions are literally the single greatest productivity killer in your business or personal life! If interruptions

How to Minimize Interruptions

The last few posts have been about minimizing interruptions. Interruptions are literally the single greatest productivity killer in your business or personal life! If interruptions

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The Trap of Over-Working

One of the most obvious examples of “workaholism” is simply over-working. Over-working means that you continue working after you are

Inspiration Walk

Where do you get inspiration? I’m a big believer that you find inspiration anywhere you happen to be looking when

Worry Brings Benefits

Do You Worry Enough? Part 3 This is the third and final installment of the series that started here with

Multiple Life Lines

One of the things you have to remember about work is that it is NOT your life. It can be

Make Your Year-End Goal Setting Meaningful

Tis the season for people to start putting together their “to do” lists for next year.

Goals are great. Goals are necessary. But real, meaningful goals have to be coupled with action plans. Think about it this way: When I ask an audience of any size whether they want to be millionaires, virtually everyone raises their hand. Then when I ask how many have a plan to get to that status, I might get one or two hands.

Making Lemonade is a Lifestyle Choice

“Stuff” happens in life. You can make yourself miserable and dive into the well of dispair, or you can pick up the lemons and start making lemonade.