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Be More Focused and Relaxed

Stay Focused and Relaxed

It’s absolutely possible, twenty minutes quiet time alone can stop a racing mind and bring on a welcomed calming and reduce anxiety in your life.  

Take a moment and think about how you spend your time during the day. Having spent years as a productivity consultant, I know that people who reflect on what they need to get done and make time for what’s important, are able to get more done. So many people start their day reaching over for the alarm on their smartphone, check their social media, their emails, and are off to the shower to get … Read More>>

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Three Fundamentals for Organizing a Home Office

I often talk to people and they say they know they need to get their office organized, yet very few people take the time out to strategize and organize their office.  These simple three things you absolutely have to possess for organizing your office.  This simple office strategy will help you get started.  You’re a busy executive and highly productive, your office at home needs to reflect what you have at your office — no excuses.

As with almost all other areas of spatial arrangement, organizing a home office does not need a good deal of new items so much

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If You Forget About Your Customers, They’ll Forget About You!

Have you ever wondered how are you going to keep up with it all?  How can you run your business, have stellar customer service and still be innovative?  Last week, I had the great opportunity to attend the Infusionsoft Annual Conference #ICON15 in Phoenix.

Thanks to Infusionsoft’s new partnership with  eliances, I had the chance to receive a valuable ticket.  I had tons of notes, pages in fact and I’ll share with you some of the key takeaways for me.

How do You Fascinate?
I have been a DiSC(R) facilitator for years and have used these profiles with my
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Learn the Process How to Get Organized

I learned a long time ago that there has to be a system for working with each client. I have several areas we address, and not all clients need to address all areas. We focus on what makes sense to their situation. That being said, it’s kind of simple. As I ask in my keynote address, I pose the question, “What’s going on here?” What is happening is not always as obvious as they think it might be. In posing the question, we begin to dig deeper to ultimately identify root causes. The question registers in their mind that something’s
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