Becoming Productive

It’s Called ‘Luck’ For a (Wrong) Reason

Luck: good fortune; advantage or success, considered as the result of chance.

We all know of someone that has luck finding them. What we often miss, besides the obvious really good luck such as a lottery win, is the effort and perseverance that preceded the lucky event.

I’m a firm believer, and you are too I’m sure, […]

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Limit Yourself To Do More

It may seem to be an oxy-moron but by imposing limits on yourself you can actually free yourself to greater accomplishments.

The things you need to do:
• Avoid distractions
• Schedule realistic time periods for the task at hand
• Work in a quiet environment
• When time is up evaluate your progress

Reaching goals requires planning but even more importantly it requires follow-through.

When […]

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Follow-up For Success

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Productivity: Manage Your Inbox

Is email simply a tool you use for communication or is your inbox running your business?

All too often we fall into the habit of creating our daily to-do list based on the messages we have waiting rather than managing the real priorities that our business requires.

You can increase your productivity by avoiding your […]

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Understanding The Shared Office Environment

We all have a good idea of the traditional office space which involves long-term leases, setting up and paying for monthly utilities, dealing with office equipment, maintenance and furniture expenses and so on.

Shared Office Environment

A shared office environment (also called co-working space) allows businesses to share these common expenses and office equipment, lowering the cost […]

By |January 20th, 2014|Becoming Productive, Shared Office|0 Comments

How Will What You Are Doing Impact Sales?

From time management to resource procurement, to employee and customer satisfaction, and everything in-between, you need to answer “How will this affect sales?” before making a decision.
• Recognize that every person within an organization has an impact on sales
• All decisions need to answer “How will this impact sales?”
• Understand that there are no […]

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