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The Art of Ignoring
The Art of Ignoring

As little kids, we’re taught to never ignore others. These are ingrained manners that are socially acceptable. However, this training hurts in the business world. The negative connotations of ignoring is another 20th Century concept that needs to be abandoned. Since the invention of the smartphone, which places communication of all types at our fingertips, […]

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Are You Infected? Which is Your Communication Virus?
Are You Infected? Which is Your Communication Virus?

Under constant bombardment in the information overload 21st Century, Time Management comes down to literally becoming infected by one of these primary methods of communication: Email, Text, Phone, Facebook, LinkedIn, Twitter, etc. These are all rivers of information flow and each one can be deadly if allowed to flow unrestricted. If all the forms are […]

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Why You Must Learn to Clock Out
Why You Must Learn to Clock Out

With a smartphone in your pocket or purse at all times, business never stops. The only one who can stop is you. The growing problem in today’s business environment of connectedness and ultra-communication is that you’re always reachable. Managing time now is the number one objective to balance, not just in your business, but your […]

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To Do List Setup & Structure: Part 4 of our Series
To Do List Setup & Structure: Part 4 of our Series

To Do List Setup & Structure As mentioned, a To Do List is less about the list and more about HOW you use the list. That all starts in HOW you setup and structure your list. This will apply to either a paper or virtual list. I’ll show you samples of both shortly.

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Old School vs. New School – Types of To Do Lists: Part 3 of our Series
Old School vs. New School – Types of To Do Lists: Part 3 of our Series

Types of To Do Lists There are really two types of approaches to the creation of lists and we’ll hit both: Old School & New School. Either method works. It really comes down to personal preference and what works best for you. If you have never CONSISTENTLY used either type, I’d recommend starting with New […]

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Why You Need to Develop a “NOT TO DO LIST”: Part 2 of our Series
Why You Need to Develop a “NOT TO DO LIST”: Part 2 of our Series

21st Century To Do List Management Series: Part 2 WHY YOU NEED TO DEVELOP A “NOT TO DO LIST” We all think about making a To Do List. It is obvious. And, I’ll go into making a Pro one shortly. But the other concept I want you to hold in your mind is the idea […]

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21st Century To Do List Management Series: Part 1
21st Century To Do List Management Series: Part 1

Using a To Do List is about as overused in business as sports metaphors. It seems everyone has one and a preferred method. But if you dig a little deeper, you’ll discover that most people don’t really use their Lists. Or, they use them ineffectively. Finally, there’s a minority that are actually slaves to their […]

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How to Make Better Decisions & Take Action: Part 4
How to Make Better Decisions & Take Action: Part 4

This is Part 4 and the Final of a Multi-Part Series on Decision Making. Want to become better at Decision Making?  Here’s an Intro into How to Make Decisions   TAKE ACTION NOW Using the Principles you’ve learned earlier on Decision Making, what SPECIFIC ACTION STEPS can you take RIGHT NOW, today, that can move […]

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How to Make Better Decisions: Part 3
How to Make Better Decisions: Part 3

This is Part 3 of a Multi-Part Series on Decision Making. Want to become better at Decision Making?  Here’s an Intro into How to Make Decisions   Practical Tips Warning: All of these Practical Tips relate to actually MAKING a Decision. As mentioned before, all the steps or information or research are all factors “Leading” to […]

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How to Make Better Decisions: Part 2
How to Make Better Decisions: Part 2

This is Part 2 of a multi-part Series on Decision Making. Want to become better at Decision Making?  Here’s an Intro into How to Make Decisions   Key Techniques for your Decision Making Toolbox  Here are our Key Techniques for your Decision Making Toolbox that you can then practice using to improve not just your […]

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