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The Time Investment: Putting Your Time To Work For You

The Time Investment: Putting Your Time To Work For You

Jim Rohn says, “Time is our most valuable asset. Yet we tend to spend it, kill it, and waste it. Rather than invest it.” How are you investing in your time? Are you using it wisely or wasting it? Productive people become successful people because they consistently invest their time into their best activities. To be able to do that, they say no to more things than most people.

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4 Routines To Bookend Your Day: A Blueprint For A More Productive You

4 Routines To Bookend Your Day: A Blueprint For A More Productive You

Did you do the same thing this morning that you did yesterday morning when you first woke up? Maybe you made a dash to the bathroom, brushed your teeth, or checked Facebook. Maybe you leaned over to kiss your sweetie, checked your emails, or stretched. Likely, you have weaved routines throughout your day and did not even realize it. After all, routines are just habits layered on top of each other.

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How A Rapid Fire Power Hour Can Get You Back On Track

How A Rapid Fire Power Hour Can Get You Back On Track

Do you often feel inundated with tasks that never seem to get done? They could be pesky little ones that take only five minutes or colossal ones aimed at changing the course of your business, but you likely know what I’m talking about. In this digital era, we have every sort of productivity app imaginable at our fingertips and yet still, most business owners feel overwhelmed by the smorgasbord of tasks on their plate. What if I told you repurposing only one hour a week could vastly improve the extreme level of frustration and stress you feel juggling your never-ending tasks? Eliminate the Monday blues? Get back on track? Well, it can! You just have to use that hour with intentionality.

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Gimme A Break! Who Has The Time?

Gimme A Break! Who Has The Time?

Who has time for a break? Not me! I am certain you have said some version of those phrases to yourself more often than you would like. Perhaps you may feel that to be most productive the best choice is often to work right through the day, put in a straight 8 to 12 hours consistently, eat at your desk, and work right through possible breaks.

I mean, come on, who has time for a break?

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Warning: This May Cause Increased Productivity

Warning-This May Cause Increased Productivity

Pause. Think about it. How long have you been sitting at your desk? 10 minutes? Three hours? Did you eat healthy today or make a run to the vending machine? When was the last time you took a break? If you are like many well-meaning entrepreneurs, you push yourself to the max working as hard as you can for as long as you can. You know your time is precious and finite after all. You wind up though, not taking care of yourself as you should and your work suffers. You can’t possibly keep burning more steam without adding coal to your fire. You need to power up your body. Taking breaks is a necessary part of refueling your system and doing so causes increased productivity – exactly what you need to accomplish more and maximize your success.

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How To Get Sh!t Done: Time Blocking Strategies That Work

How To Get Shit Done-Time Blocking Strategies That Work

This article is for you if you have…

  • A long list of to-dos, possibly longer than your arm, and you just don’t seem to be able to get everything done.
  • Numerous tasks that keep getting pushed back day after day after day.
  • A difficult time staying focused during blocked out times.
  • Done time blocking before and it just hasn’t worked for you.

Time blocking does work and it is a very effective way to conquer your task list. You just need to utilize certain helpful strategies to help you get sh!t done.

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Lessons From My Burnout: A Personal Story

Lessons From My Burnout: A Personal Story

Most of us don’t see burnout coming. You may be tired, overworked, overwhelmed, stressed, lacking energy, exhausted, but burn out? Nah, not you. You’re a business owner with a company to run! You’re a go-getter who is dedicated to the bottom line, finishing each task, achieving every goal, growing your business. You keep trekking along, often on fumes, sometimes sputtering, but still moving forward to reach your goals. But without occasionally taking a timeout, you will burn out.

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Top 10 Productivity Tips For Busy Business Owners

Top 10 Productivity Tips For Busy Business Owners

You’re a business owner – a busy one I imagine, and one who would love the time to be able to grow your business. The answer is increasing your productivity. The internet is full of tips on how to lose weight, create your own hair mask, fix a computer issue, and don’t even get me started on the vortex that is searching on Pinterest for “Kids Birthday Party Ideas.” The internet is also stocked with tips on how to increase your productivity, so many though, that choosing which ones to implement could be overwhelming.

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Supercharge Your Day: The Productivity Diet

Supercharge Your Day: The Productivity Diet

Can what you eat directly impact what you get done in a day? In my experience the answer is a resounding YES!

Productivity is Investing Your Best Time Into Your Best Activities

No matter how many productivity tips, time maximizers, apps and strategies you have in your pocket, none of that matters if you don’t have the energy to work. The infographic The Productivity Diet: What to Eat to Get More Done in a Day is a great reminder that food is not just delicious; it’s a necessary energy source for your mind and body and provides the necessary boost to supercharge your day. You may not have issues with time management, just energy management. Many of my clients feel they run out of energy long before they run out of time. Does that sound like you? If I forget to eat well (or choose not to on occasion), I feel lacking in energy and ambition – oxymorons to being productive.

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