Sat.Jul 18, 2020 - Fri.Jul 24, 2020

How Positive Thinking Leads to Positive Outcomes

Dumb Little Man

Everybody has heard the classic piece of advice: stay positive! The reason this advice is repeated so often is because it’s difficult to do. Sometimes negative thinking is easier in the short-term; sometimes, we don’t care about the long-term.

2020 246

The Best Assistant Interview Tips

Office Dynamics

Are you in the market for a new job? You’re not alone. Recent events have led to a rise in job seekers, which means more competition. So, how do you stand out in a saturated market in which employers are receiving resumes by the minute?

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The Pandemic Could Make Businesses Prioritize Sustainability

Eco-Office Gals

Sustainability is the topic of conversation on many people’s minds lately. Though the COVID-19 pandemic derailed everyday life, sustainability objectives remain constant. Specifically, business sustainability is growing in popularity.

2020 130

Podcast Episode 27: Sharpen the Saw and Fill The Well

Simple Productivity Blog

Why have we been exhausted through the shutdowns? I think it's because we've all been running on fumes. Today we talk about sharpening the saw and filling the well - activities to get us back to productivity without exhaustion.

2020 130

How To Create A Business Mobile App That Sells

Dumb Little Man

Businesses always want to create a product that sells, but a lot of time they forget to imply the factors that shape success. So here are some pointers that you can look at to develop an application that sells. Discover a unique idea for an application.

2020 213

Zagat's Future of Dining Study

Small Business Labs

Zagat, the restaurant review site favored by foodies, recently released a Future of Dining Study.    The study looks at the impact of COVID-19 on the eating habits of consumers and how they may evolve post-COVID.  

2020 67

Musings on Five Collocations

Daily Writing Tips

Speech and writing are made up of single words, but most words we use are grouped as phrases. Many of these groupings occur again and again in specific patterns.

2020 76

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How to Stargaze: A Guide for Novices

Dumb Little Man

If you like to take a breather from time to time and marvel at the beautiful night sky, stargazing is a very fun activity that can bring a lot of joy into your life.

2020 199

How to Become an Independent Consultant

Small Business Labs

Last week we had an article on U.S. Census data showing a big uptick in the number of Americans who are self-employed.      s It's likely this increase is caused by people who have lost their jobs turning to self-employment.  

2020 64

Episode 322: The New Corner Office with Laura Vanderkam

Productivityist

On this episode I’m joined once again by Laura Vanderkam , a fellow productivity specialist. Laura is the author of several books, including The New Corner Office: How the Most Successful People Work from Home. This episode is sponsored by Setapp , a subscription for Mac apps.

2020 52

Top 3 Mistakes Made When Selecting a Task Management Tool

Jen Lawrence

We’ve all been there. We start getting overwhelmed by how much we have to get done. We decide it’s time to make a change. We google “best task management tools” and pick the one with the best reviews. Things start out really well.

2020 52

7 Easy To Spot Signs Your Relationship Has Problems

Dumb Little Man

You would probably be surprised at the number of couples I work with where one or both partners feel their problems “Came out of nowhere” or “Happened overnight.”

2020 199

Thrasio's "Platform on a Platform" Rolling Up Fulfillment by Amazon Small Businesses

Small Business Labs

Thrasio is a large and fast-growing acquirer of small consumer product companies that are part of Amazon's Fulfillment by Amazon program (FBA).    They recently raised $260 million in a funding round that values the company at $1 billion.  

2020 61

Episode 322: The New Corner Office with Laura Vanderkam

Productivityist

On this episode I’m joined once again by Laura Vanderkam , a fellow productivity specialist. Laura is the author of several books, including The New Corner Office: How the Most Successful People Work from Home. This episode is sponsored by Setapp , a subscription for Mac apps.

2020 52

6 Reasons Why Your Business Absolutely Needs SEO

Small Business CEO

Search Engine Optimization is an effective digital marketing tool that is valuable in creating a brand, building relationships, and establishing trust from potential customers. It increases the visibility and ranking of any business site when the audience searches on the internet.

2020 69

11 Ways To Get Rid of Mosquitoes Indoors

Dumb Little Man

Mosquitoes are one pest you’d be glad to see leave, and this is especially true when the mosquitoes end up indoors. However, there are several things you can do to clear out your home, so it’s free of these annoying pests.

2020 184

How to Connect More Easily With Anyone

45 Things

Even before the pandemic, getting to know someone was difficult. Whether it was a new co-worker, a client or even a boss, finding the right mix of friendly small talk without crossing professional boundaries was a sometimes difficult balancing act.

2020 56

4 Tips to Make the Most of Your Working Day

Productivityist

Being able to get the most out of your working day is important. Well, nothing feels better than having a productive day… no matter what your job entails. Here are four tips to make the most of your working day. Create a Schedule.

2020 52

What Are the Benefits of Passive Income?

Small Business CEO

Passive income is income that isn’t directly based on the amount of time or work you put into it. For example, if you publish an ebook, and you can sell that one book a million times over the next five years, that is a passive income because you aren’t continuing to work.

2020 56

The Four Most Simple Mistakes That Renters Make All Too Often

Dumb Little Man

There are over 100 million renters in the USA, meaning around a third of people in the country do not own the roof above their head.

2020 174

5 Ways to Provide Support for Someone With Multiple Sclerosis

Dumb Little Man

Multiple sclerosis can occur when you don’t expect it and finding out that you or your loved one has this condition can be really terrifying. Multiple sclerosis is a chronic progressive disorder in which the immune system attacks the nervous system.

2020 174

5 Tips on Finding Compatible Partners on Dating Apps

Dumb Little Man

Online dating has become the mainstream way to meet singles. Nowadays, it’s more common to meet couples who say that they met on an app than those who say they met at a bar.

2020 170

3 Fail-Proof Approaches For Meeting Women (Even During A Pandemic)

Dumb Little Man

I don’t know about you, but 2020 easily ranks #1 Strangest Year of My Life. Our attention spans inevitably get sucked up by news headlines and the constantly changing city and safety ordinances as a result of the pandemic’s infection rates.

2020 162

A Guide For Solving Your Muscle Pain

Dumb Little Man

Back pain is no abnormality, and employment is a primary fueler to the condition. Half of American adults have musculoskeletal conditions, and 64 million adults said their condition impacted their daily lives. Not only does back pain cause physical turmoil, but also socioeconomic losses.

2020 158

Episode 321: An Appetite for Apps

Productivityist

I’ve had an “on again, off again” relationship with apps during my career as a productivity strategist. Right now, it’s back on again. I share some of my insights on apps during this episode. This episode is sponsored by LinkedIn Talent Solutions.

2020 52

Episode 321: An Appetite for Apps

Productivityist

I’ve had an “on again, off again” relationship with apps during my career as a productivity strategist. Right now, it’s back on again. I share some of my insights on apps during this episode. This episode is sponsored by LinkedIn Talent Solutions.

2020 52

Episode 321: An Appetite for Apps

Productivityist

I’ve had an “on again, off again” relationship with apps during my career as a productivity strategist. Right now, it’s back on again. I share some of my insights on apps during this episode. This episode is sponsored by LinkedIn Talent Solutions.

2020 52

Things You Didn’t Know You Should Know Before Shopping for Mylar Bags

Small Business CEO

There are things you need to know before you can shop for Mylar bags – even things you didn’t know you should know. These topics are usually never discussed but will help you understand more about them. These include how to store them and how much food it will fit.

2020 54

How to Use Instagram Analytics Effectively to Measure Performance

Small Business CEO

You can measure your Instagram page’s success with likes and comments if you manage it for yourself. But to the owners of business accounts, it is unforgivable to use the same methods. It is necessary to publish and track the dynamics.

2020 54

10 Effective Ways Used by Nonprofits To Boost Donations

Small Business CEO

Nonprofit campaigns are a convenient method to raise funds for a range of causes – owing to its efficiency and ease of use. Hence, it only makes sense to take advantage of these campaigns.

2020 54

Why Liquid Net Worth Matters So Much To Your Finances

Small Business CEO

Finances are a multifaceted, fickle subject for many. This is especially true given recent times. Not only did the economy experience a major downturn, but many people are finding themselves sitting at home these days relying on their savings thanks to COVID-19.

2020 54

What to Consider When Starting a Drive-Thru Coffee Location

Small Business CEO

You want to join the beverages business, but don’t have enough capital for a brick-and-mortar shop? Starting a drive-thru soda and coffee location is the best way to get in the beverages business. Just like a sit-down restaurant, it can generate much revenue.

2020 52