9 Productivity Hacks: Today's Secret Ingredient for Resilience

Did you anticipate the massive impact of the corona virus on the world? Suddenly nothing was normal. It has been a stressful time for everyone. Were you thinking “How could this be happening? This was not on my bucket list.” People who planned their days by commute to an office, lunch breaks, daycare for children, […]

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5 Tips for Smart Marketing

Business owners know marketing is a key element in a successful business. However, many lose sight of the impact of internal thinking patterns. These affect your marketing efforts in powerful ways. Like the submerged part of an iceberg, they are invisible and important. 5 Tips for Smart Marketing from the Inside Out: 1)      Passion. With […]

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The Main Thing Leaders Should Know About Focus

Businesses limit success by losing focus on what is most important. Businesses suffer from ADD (Attention Deficit Disorder), too. For example, this week at a member recruitment reception at a business club, a new member introduced himself. He is an entrepreneur with nine start-up businesses. He is interested in meeting investors with capital for start-ups. […]

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7 Steps to Give Procrastination the Slip

Postponing unpleasant or difficult tasks is the procrastinator’s modus operandi. We all do it to some extent or other. The good news is that there is no gene for procrastination. It is learned behavior. If you are in the costly trap of procrastination, adopt new behavior that improves your productivity and efficiency. Boost your confidence […]

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Focus and Action Overcome "Overwhelm"

In the wisdom of Yogi Berra, "When you come to a fork in the road, take it." Simple enough, right? Straight forward wisdom you can apply when you have so much to do and large projects to accomplish. Pick an option and get into action. How can something so simple give you a sense of […]

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Goals Trump Resolutions

Resolutions have a dismal track record of success. "Eighty percent of  resolutions are lying on the floor by the end of January," said Alan Manevitz a psychiatrist at New York Presbyterian Hospital in Manhattan in an article in The State newspaper (January 14, 2008). In January memberships at gyms and fitness clubs increase and by […]

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