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Time Management

Get Your To-Do List Under Control

Time Management

Get Your To-Do List Under Control Is your to-do list almost too long to read every day? Or have you simply given up trying to keep a current to-do list. Don’t give up; get your to-do list under control to compliment your time management strategies. To begin, you need to understand that a to-do list […]

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Audio Interview: Rich Sloan of StartupNation

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Interview with Rich Sloan of StartupNation! Think that 50% of small businesses fail in the first 5 years?  You might be surprised.  Is organization important for small businesses?   Want to know your odds of success as a small business?   Want to hear Rich get on his “high horse” about entrepreneurship? Listen as we […]

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Conscious Living

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There should be a magazine called “Conscious Living”. Isn’t it amazing how we can wander through life on auto-pilot? Not really noticing or taking in our surroundings, events, relationships or work. Recently I have taken up gardening (ok so it’s been a few years, but this year I am actually producing – those are my […]

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Home Office Link Roundup: GBoard, Broadband, Holidays & a USB Outlet

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Cruising through my Google Reader today, and found some very interesting (and useful) stuff.  Enjoy! A Keyboard for Gmail… It’s no secret I’m a big fan of Gmail and Google Apps.  One of the many things I love about Gmail are the shortcuts!  There are so many to remember, but this handy little device, the […]

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Is Simplicity Simple?

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OK, so go with me here for a little bit: there is much talk about “simplicity” these days. There are countless books, articles and magazine splashes on the subject. Would you think that simplifying your life would be easy or simple? Well, that is really different for everyone. Simplicity can meat a lot of things: […]

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Home Office Distractions: 4 Tips to Overcome Them

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I was having a conversation with a teacher the other day, and she asked me about what I do. When we got to the part where I told her I worked from home, she mentioned that she was not the type who could work from home. She then explained how the laundry, cleaning and other […]

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Tools + Attitude = What You Need To Work From Home

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This guest post is by Kathy Condon. Through my coaching years, I have heard repeatedly – “I can’t work at home, I get too distracted”.  That statement has become so prevalent employers are using that as an excuse not to allow their employees to work from home. As gas prices skyrocketed, employers decided the four-day […]

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Be On Time or Pay: A Time Management Strategy

Time Management

Do you struggle with time management?  Always trying to get one more thing done? Tried everything to get places on time, but need a motivator?  How about using a consequence? I had a meeting today, and one of the members of the group shared a strategy he uses to make sure he is on time: […]

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Home Office & Productivity Link Roundup

Home Office Technology

Yep, it’s time for another link roundup. Here’s the latest in home office and productivity around the Net. Enjoy! “Getting To Done”: The Ultimate Home Office 10 Hacks to Improve Your Home Office Productivity: Lifehack serves up another great article on improving productivity, this time about home offices. 8 Ways To Be Ruthless With Your […]

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Your Inbox is NOT a Task List: 5 Tips

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I’ve made the switch to using Google Apps as my email client.  I’ve been pretty happy, I must admit.  It’s nice to have access anywhere and not have to deal with nursing my other application.  However, I was making one mistake that dawned on me the other day. The inbox is NOT a task list. […]

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