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Five Steps to Making The Right Decision For You

Dumb Little Man

Are you struggling with a big decision? Or, maybe you’re just feeling stagnant, not sure which way to turn? It’s unsettling not to know. It can be draining and frustrating. The answer isn’t in thinking about it more. It’s not talking with yet another person about what to do. The answer is within you.

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Number of U.S. Nonemployer Businesses Continued to Grow in 2018

Small Business Labs

According to the  U.S. Census,  the number of   nonemployer small businesses increased to 26,485,532 in 2018, up 3% from 2017.    Nonemployers are businesses that have an owner but don't have paid traditional full or part-time employees (W2 employees).

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How to Focus with an “Open Door” Policy (Video)

Eat Your Career

This video is an excerpt from a live Q&A session with Chrissy Scivicque, Career Coach & Corporate Trainer. The full video is available in the Career Success Librar y. A participant asks: My question is about how to take time for professional development in the midst of a busy work day.

2020 176

How to Empower Your Employees

Ian's Messy Desk

The post How to Empower Your Employees appeared first on Ian's Messy Desk. Empowerment as a term is widely used and often misinterpreted; as a genuine action, it is difficult to put into practice.

2020 164

Tips to Creating an Effective Study Space

Dumb Little Man

Are you not able to study at home due to a lot of distractions around? Are you not able to focus just because of those uncomfortable sofas or less leg space? Or you are turned off by a cluttered study desk? Well, you are not alone.

2020 205

Most People Want to Continue Working From Home, Just Not Full-Time

Small Business Labs

Lots of work from home (WFH) surveys have been conducted over the past month.    And one of the most consistent findings of these studies is most people want to continue to work from home, but most of those only want to work from home part-time.

2020 157

The ultimate tech guide for Personal and Executive Assistants

Practically Perfect PA

Most of us that have been working in the PA industry for a while now will have heard of the phrase ‘the tech-savvy assistant’. It might have cropped up on your job specs and been discussed during your most recent job interview. It is so important for Assistants to have a good grasp of [.].

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5 Compelling Reasons To Use Compression Garments For Running

Dumb Little Man

Weight loss, better sleep, strong bones – these are just some of the health benefits of running. But when it comes to such exercise, the clothes you wear can also impact its quality. Workout clothes are not made the same way so they can make or break your performance.

2020 192

Self-Management and Personal Care

Office Dynamics

Many assistants hear self-management and perceive it as the ability to not rely on their executive to move forward with projects. After all, the ability to think on your feet comes with the job title of an assistant. Self-management is more than being self-sufficient.

2020 141

How to Stand Out from the Crowd and Get Hired

On The Job

With more than 36.4 million people filing jobless claims as of May 9 as a result of COVID-19 , competition for jobs is fierce. But, there are still plenty of opportunities available.

2020 130

Why Productivity Still Matters

Simple Productivity Blog

In a world where everything has changed, and we all have a lot more time on our hands, does productivity still matter? What passed for productivity before is not relevant, but true productivity still matters.

2020 130

Why Virtual Events Make A Lot Of Sense

Dumb Little Man

Are virtual events the future of events? Much of our lives has moved online, and going to a big event just doesn’t seem appealing anymore. Work travel is always difficult and it’s becoming more difficult.

2020 187

Free Time Anxiety

Brilliantly Better

About 15 years ago I got into productivity, big time. At that time, my daily schedule was incredibly hectic: I was managing my own company, which was started in a chaotic country, on a very new and unstable niche: online publishing. I had to cope with a lot of unexpected stuff, and I had challenges.

2020 79

6 Tips for Keeping Your Online Business Secure

Small Business CEO

The digital age has brought businesses a number of technological advances that make it easier to store and share data, communicate, run a business, make purchases, and touch just about every other area of our lives.

2020 88

On the Web: Planning the Rest of the Year

Simple Productivity Blog

SuccessWeb put together a roundup article about productivity and goals in quarantine. I was asked to participate. Read my answers to the questions, and other answers, here: Expert Insight: Planning for a Successful Rest of the Year.

2020 130

How To Design An SEO Friendly Website That Ranks Well

Dumb Little Man

In today’s world, having a website is essential for the success of your business. It used to be all about brick and mortar stores, but now it’s all about being present online and having a website your audience can visit whenever they want. It’s not as simple as it sounds, though.

2020 180

And The World Will Never Be The Same

Brilliantly Better

When this pandemic started and the first national lockdowns were enforced, literally stopping the world in its tracks, a memory started to obsessively haunt me. It was about a novel, called the South Highway (link goes to the Spanish version on Amazon, not affiliate).

2020 78

How to Avoid Debt for Your Small Business in 2020

Small Business CEO

Did you know the average small business owner has around $195,000 of debt ? If you’re a small business owner, you might worry about getting into a lot of debt. Following this, you might want to find out how you protect your small business from drowning in debt.

2020 82

Episode 306: Leading Without Authority with Keith Ferrazzi

Productivityist

I’m beyond thrilled to bring you this episode of the podcast featuring guest Keith Ferrazzi.

2020 52

7 Reasons Why You Need to Use Coconut Oil Every Day

Dumb Little Man

Coconut oil is known for its amazing benefits for hair, skin, nails, teeth, and overall health. If you have dry skin, you should try coconut oil. Do you want to whiten your teeth? You can also make use of coconut oil.

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Can Consistency Be Bad For You?

Brilliantly Better

The short answer: “yes” As surprising as it may seem, and as praised as this skill is, persistency, consistency, or, if you want, discipline in a broader sense, can be bad for you. Let’s take a look at the longer answer, shall we?

2020 76

Weathering the Pandemic: Remote Work and the Small Business

Small Business CEO

Although some states are beginning to officially open back up in stages, many communities across the U.S. are remaining under fairly strict lockdown regulations in order to continue to halt the spread of COVID-19.

2020 76

Episode 306: Leading Without Authority with Keith Ferrazzi

Productivityist

I’m beyond thrilled to bring you this episode of the podcast featuring guest Keith Ferrazzi.

2020 52

Malcolm Gladwell’s MasterClass Review: Non-Fiction Writing

Daily Writing Tips

Would you like to learn to write great non-fiction – perhaps long-form articles or even full-length books? Then Malcolm Gladwell’s MasterClass might be for you.

2020 66

Auto-Pilot Actions – The Good, The Bad And The Ugly

Brilliantly Better

Before diving into today’s topic, I just want to remind you that this post is part of my 230 days blogging challenge. This is my 9th post so far, and, although I know I have a long way to go, I feel confident. Some of the benefits of this challenge are already forming: a bit.

2020 72

5 Challenges In Running A Family Business: How To Deal With Those

Small Business CEO

Family businesses typically achieve more success than non-family businesses. However, that doesn’t mean that it’s all smooth sailing for every family business. Apart from business-related challenges, families also have to keep their interpersonal relationships healthy.

2020 69

How to Trick Yourself into Learning Faster

Productivityist

Photo by Tim Mossholder on Unsplash. In today’s world, all of us are pressed for time. For some, it’s so bad that we don’t even have space in our schedules to eat. We’re always down in the trenches, doing our work. Finding time to learn, therefore, can be a challenge.

2020 52

A Short Post-Lockdown Recovery Strategy

Brilliantly Better

One of the most useful things I learned by being an ultra-marathoner is to always do recovery runs after a long race. Almost always, after a long race, I’m wasted, in pain and not willing to move anymore, but still, I wake up the next day, push myself out of the hose and crawl for.

2020 68

Accountability Distance ? What Is It, And Why It Is Important

Brilliantly Better

We all have a friend who says one thing and then, in a matter of hours, he’ll say something completely different.

2020 66

Six Impossible Things

Brilliantly Better

If I would to be left on a desert island, with only 10 books, one of them would certainly be “Alice In Wonderland” Among all the things that I still remember every once in a while from this magical book, one dialogue is consistently popping out in my mind: the one between Alice and the.

2020 67

How to Trick Yourself into Learning Faster

Productivityist

Photo by Tim Mossholder on Unsplash. In today’s world, all of us are pressed for time. For some, it’s so bad that we don’t even have space in our schedules to eat. We’re always down in the trenches, doing our work. Finding time to learn, therefore, can be a challenge.

2020 52

Understanding Why Builders Risk Insurance Is Necessary

Small Business CEO

If you run a business that deals with construction, then it’s important to learn more about insurance in general. Insurance is vital in a lot of cases.

2020 67

6 Ways to Make Money Through Your Motorcycle

Small Business CEO

There is nothing quite like the thrill of riding a motorcycle. It gives you a sense of freedom that is unmatched by any other vehicle experience.

2020 64

How To Be Strategic in Scaling Your Business

Small Business CEO

Everyone dreams that their business can become big and evolve to the next level. Unfortunately, however, not everyone possesses the smarts or business savvy to make those dreams a reality. If you are unable to scale your business, it will eventually fail or not produce the revenues you want from it.

2020 64

Top Tips to Improve Your Organic Page Ranking

Small Business CEO

When it comes to your business’ page ranking, the details really matter and if you want to get bumped higher up the search rankings then this post is for you.

2020 64

Launching A Business With Confidence: 10 Reasons To Incorporate in Delaware

Small Business CEO

Business owners review a variety of business licenses when starting a new business venture. What the owner wants to achieve with the new venture defines what type of business license to obtain.

2020 62

Basic Steps on How to Build an FBA Strategy

Small Business CEO

With the surge of e-commerce in the last few years, models like drop shipping and fulfillment programs are seen as lucrative e-commerce strategies that net a lot of profit. Amazon reigns on top of the e-commerce industry, setting the standard for e-commerce businesses.

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