Ask yourself: Do you control your email, or does it control you?
If you’re like most people, you’ll have a hard time saying anything but the latter. But, creating a daily email routine will save you hours each week and improve your ability to close-out tasks.
First, you must create a structure to your daily email routine with some good habits:
I know you’ve already heard it’s a dog-eat-dog world out there, and finding a job is no exception. But having an organized job search is your key to success.
Before you begin your search, you must fully commit to the big three major courses of action: Where, How and When. Continue reading
Procrastinators, slackers, and last-minute tax-filers unite! Tax day is April 15th, meaning it’s time now to get your act together.
The stress of tax-filing can eat away at you. It’s a virus that starts now and ultimately harms your productivity, at work and home. Trust me… making plans now is a much better option.
Don’t be stressed, sorry, or late this year. Here is an easy 10 day tax preparation plan that will keep you from being a last-minute filer:
Does your small business suffer from a lack of focus? Focusing on important tasks is a challenge, especially when you have 10 different responsibilities hanging over your head at once.
Overcome this by planning “on-task” time for the truly important tasks. Essentially, concentrate on one task and do it very, very well. For most people, productivity comes in waves, so take advantage of those times.
Here are two practical ways you can increase focus on important small business tasks: Continue reading
Productivity Minute: Start Fresh
Does this sound familiar? January is almost up and your New Year’s Resolutions haven’t quite gotten underway. Here’s a quick way to start fresh and have a successful 2013.