What’s Your Procrastination Telling You?

The first full week of March is National Procrastination Week.  In honor of that, I am publishing a daily blog with tips about how to deal with procrastination for each day this week.  Here’s the first blog in the series… You intended to be writing your next Kindle book or editing your sales copy. You…

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Are You Overwhelmed? Time to March Forth!

Years ago, I was talking with someone at a business luncheon, and at the end of our conversation he wished me a happy March 4th. I considered this to be a bit odd at the time since it was March 2nd when he said it, but I didn’t give it much more thought. A couple…

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Are you a Human Being or a Human Doing?

In my work as a Life Coach, I have become increasingly aware of the growing sense that many individuals feel like they’re running as fast as possible but not getting where they want to go. I’ve discovered three challenges that commonly get in the way. Before sharing those with you, there is something even greater…

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The Power of Passion in Your Work

We think of Valentine’s Day as a day to express passion for those we love.  Today is a good day for you to self-reflect about other forms of passion, including the passion you feel for your your work or the reason behind you doing what you do. Although being a business professional can include setbacks…

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As We Grow Older and Wiser

As we grow older, and hence wiser, we slowly realize that wearing a $300.00 or $30.00 watch, they both tell the same time… Whether we carry a $300 or $30.00 wallet/handbag, the amount of money inside is the same; Whether we drink a bottle of $30 or $3.00 wine, the effect is the same; Whether…

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The Wonderful Thing About Warm Fuzzies

What’s a Warm Fuzzy? I like to refer to “Warm Fuzzies” as anything that puts a smile on someone’s face, something that celebrates a milestone (big or small), or reminds a person that they are special. Warm fuzzies can come in many forms, and can be given in unlimited ways and for unlimited reasons. Maya…

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What Does Disorganization Cost You or Your Company?

What Does Disorganization Cost You or Your Company?

So many people seem unhappy in their professional lives. Very few connect that dissatisfaction to being disorganized, which can make a good job seem unbearable. The good news is that it’s easy to correct! Some of my clients are effective decision-makers on a higher level, but they have difficulty managing the hundreds of micro-decisions they…

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Six Ways to Improve Your Office Organizing Skills

Six Ways to Improve Your Office Organizing Skills

1. Create three labeled stacking trays on your desk to manage paper flow: INCOMING: This top tray is where the mail goes when it first arrives. It stays here until you have time to sort through it. Once you sort through the pile of incoming mail, it never goes back into this tray. You have three choices as…

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Finding Gratitude in Grief

Gratitude is at the core of any effective marketing plan. Noticing all that you have to be grateful for–and regularly writing thank-you notes to those you appreciate–are cornerstones of prosperity. When you think of what you are grateful for in your business, you probably think of someone who has made you feel good or who…

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The Power of Expressing Daily Gratitude

Psychologists Michael McCollough of Southern Methodist University in Dallas, and Robert Emmons of the University of California at Davis, have conducted research on gratitude and its impact on well-being. The study divided several hundred people into three groups. Each participant was asked to keep a daily diary. The first group kept a diary of the…

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