Category Archives: Time Management

Marketing: Being True to Yourself – Avoid Blindly Following Others

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Be careful of who you follow in your marketing – for they may lead you to a place you may not want to go. When I attend marketing classes or webinars or talk with business owners at our numerous meetups, I am struck by how easily people tend to follow what…

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The Secret Benefit of using Meetups in Business

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Meetup.com is a site that is dedicated to creating live face to face, personal community based interactions. Started right after 9/11, the premise was to give people an opportunity to connect in their communities via meetup groups that you can organize for slightly less than $90 every six months. For $90…

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5 Keys to Creating Possibility in Business – A rationalist’s viewpoint

By | Balance in Life, Breakthroughs, Business Strategy, Coaching People Effectively, Increasing Daily Focus and Productivity, Irony, Leadership & Vision - Creating and Fulfilling, Marketing and Sales Strategy and Planning, Personal Development, Planning for Next Year, Sales Effectiveness, Stress Reduction, Success, Systems and Structure, Time Management | No Comments

  Possibility – Merriam Webster 1 :  the condition or fact of being possible 2 archaic :  one’s utmost power, capacity, or ability 3 :  something that is possible 4 :  potential or prospective value —usually used in plural <the house had great possibilities> Possibility There are the dark, wintry days when a business owner…

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Pathway to Having More Good Days in Work and Life – Defeating Your Distractions

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Pathway to Having More Good Days in Work and Life – Defeating Your Distractions Distractions We feel it even after a full day. Regrets, frustration, guilt, fear and dissatisfaction about what got done and what did not get done. Our teams look tired and worn, but not satisfied. All our high…

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