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

7 Must Do Hacks for When Your Motivation Dips

Dumb Little Man

Do you know that feeling when you are hyped and ready to take on a new challenge? You are taken over by a surge of motivation and excitement and you’ve made a commitment you fully intend to stick to. It sounds familiar, right?

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Beware of Toxic Productivity: Tips for Working While Under Stress

Eat Your Career

For most of us, “productivity” is something positive, desirable, even healthy —especially when it comes to work. But productivity also has a dark side, which I’ve been experiencing more and more recently. Perhaps you have too, but maybe you don’t even realize it.

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Embrace a Warrior Mindset – The Ultimate Guide for Assistants

Office Dynamics

In life and our professions, we are going to experience chaos. Whether as a result of organizational restructuring, economic downturns, family hardship or otherwise. Feelings of overwhelm, high workload demands, time constraints and communication barriers with family and colleagues can feel especially turbulent during times of stress. In this Warrior Mindset blog, we are going to cover the 5 steps you need to take to overcome chaos: Changing your view of yourself and your perception a.

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Podcast Episode 21: Minimizing Collection Points

Simple Productivity Blog

We have a lot of information coming at us these days. And the fewer spots you have to fetch that information from means the more time you will have for other things. Today we're going to look at what your collection points are, and how to minimize them. The post Podcast Episode 21: Minimizing Collection Points appeared first on Laura Earnest. Podcast

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How to Become Great by Managing Procrastination

Dumb Little Man

One day, a teacher entered her classroom and placed a glass jar on the table. She put two large rocks into the jar until no more could fit. She asked the class if the jar was full and they all said, “Yes.” She responded, “Really?”.

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Identifying Clauses

Daily Writing Tips

A reader has asked for help in distinguishing noun, adjective, and adverb clauses. First, what is a clause? A clause is a group of words that contains a subject and a finite verb. (A A finite verb shows time such as present, past, or future.). Clauses are of two main kinds: independent and dependent.

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Site Covers How the Economy is being Impacted by the Pandemic by Industry

Small Business Labs

Vertical IQ is a leading provider of Industry Intelligence for those advising small- and medium-sized businesses such as bankers, accountants, and other SMB advisors.  

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To All Those Who Love Nature And The Ones Who Don’t

Dumb Little Man

I think it is pretty amazing how nature alone can teach us so many things and can make us realise the real beauty and meaning of life. For some, it may be boring and for some it is the answer they have been longing for. Whether it is an old tree or a clear blue sky, a mountain top or a dark hidden cave, a clear blue ocean or a blooming flower, each one of these show what life really is. The sky will show all its colors over the course of the day.

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Coronavirus Quarantine Log

Brilliantly Better

When the Covid-19 epidemic started to spread In Spain, I started my self-isolation on March 11th. I chose to stay at home and not mingle with people in public places (even if that meant I wasn’t working from coffee shops anymore) because I didn’t want to be an infection vector. The “estado de alarma” was. Read more Coronavirus Quarantine Log. The post Coronavirus Quarantine Log appeared first on Dragos Roua. Personal Development Relationships & Society

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10 Pairs of Words with Dissolving Distinctions

Daily Writing Tips

Erosion of distinctions between senses for words with similar or related meanings is a natural process, but careful writers resist becoming accessories to acceleration of that process. Here are ten word pairs that are used interchangeably, often at the expense of clarity.

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Best Ways to Grow Your Local Business With SEO in 2020

Small Business CEO

You must build a quick-functioning website after you launch a local company. However, creating a sleek, user-friendly website on its own does not help rank among the top SERPs.

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Expand Your Brand Using Business Cards

Dumb Little Man

Every successful business expecting high returns should have investment projects. Just like any other advertisement plan, a business card is crucial. It links up your company and the potential customers easily. It’s cheaper to design and distribute the cards. However, for a startup business which is low on budget and high on initial expenses, designing the card may be a significant challenge. But, it should not stop you from being a successful entrepreneur.

How to Turn a Negative into a Positive

Productivityist

My friend Patrick Rhone once said that “saying no is saying yes to other things.” Basically, he’s turning a negative into a positive with that phrase. It’s something that I need to constantly remind myself about. I have an electronic button that I bought at a local dollar store that just screams the word “NO!” whenever I press it. It has moved to different places in my office, but now sits at my primary working space. You know, the place where I get email requests and things like that.

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Barclay's 150 Trends for Investors to Watch

Small Business Labs

Barclays, a large global financial firm, recently released a report and chart covering 150 trends that they think investors should watch over the next decade. The trends cover six broad categories and they rank all 150 trends by their likelihood of happening and their potential impact. 

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5 Things to Know Before you Start a Travel Blog

Small Business CEO

With the rise of travel influencers sharing their stories and photos from numerous adventures they’ve been on online, people have started to get more and more interested in travel blogging. It shouldn’t come as a surprise, though, as traveling over the years has become more available and inexpensive than ever before. These days everyone can become a travel influencer or a travel blogger – it might not be easy, but it’s very much doable.

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Flow Of Performance Is A Person To Performer Affair

Dumb Little Man

Within the four walls of my room, I am an excellent speaker. When in the middle of the audience.oh!!! I don’t know what happens. I grope in the darkness of shame….!!! At the end of the day, it is not what you know but how you perform which counts the most. The importance of ‘knowing’ seems to be fading. Even if you do not have any certificates or degrees to boast, if you can perform well, you’ll gain recognition and approval.

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Episode 295: The 3 Minutes of TimeCrafting Series (April 2019)

Productivityist

On this episode of The Productivityist Podcast I’m sharing with you insights from my inactive daily podcast “3 Minutes of TimeCrafting”, which concluded after this run of episodes in April 2019. Some of the insights I share on this episode include: The importance of flexible frameworks The concept of “necessary endings” The focus pulling of push notifications What noticing does for your productivity The problem with hidden tasks.

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How Your Failure Can Benefit You and the World Right Now

45 Things

One of the wonderful things that's happening right now is this "we're all in this together" mentality. But even now, when you fail, you're going to feel very, very alone.

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Top 6 Benefits of Managed IT Services

Small Business CEO

A lot of businesses nowadays are based on computer processes. It does not make a difference if you are the owner of a small, clothes shop, or the director of an SEO company, you probably store your data on the computer. There are a lot of businesses that offer their products or services on websites. In this case, a well-organized and protected website is crucial for the prospering of a company.

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Creating a One-Of-A-Kind Home Office to Keep You Efficient During Quarantine

Small Business CEO

Do you find yourself suddenly spending a whole lot of time in your home office as of late? Does quarantine have you trapped at home and trying to stay as efficient and productive as possible?

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Top 8 Tips to Increase Employees’ Productivity

Small Business CEO

Growth in business is a vital target that every business owner wishes to achieve. The key to helping grow your business lies in the fact that your employees are content and motivated, which eventually drives them to be more productive. High productivity can lead to greater corporate profits and improved individual income. Adopting small changes to better habits will enormously elevate the level of productivity and workplace efficiency.

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Assembling a Team to Be Proud Of: 10 Tips for Mastering the Art of Recruitment

Small Business CEO

Finding the right fit for a job can be a difficult task. Most hiring managers know how hard it can be so they turn to recruitment agencies to find the next all-star for their team. The trick for recruitment agencies is to have the best team of recruiters so that the right job seekers will be placed with potential employers. It sounds simple, but the process is quite in-depth. To find solid talent who will perform at an elite level, several things should be considered.

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The Four Biggest Risks Your Company Needs To Prepare For

Small Business CEO

If you are in charge of any part of a business, then you know how important it is to understand risk. If the world had no risk, there would be very little reward. Your company has to put something out there, understanding that things may not go as planned. This unknown void is represented by risk. And the better you prepare for threats, the more you will mitigate them. So specifically, what are four risks that should be on your mind as a business owner or operator?

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Conquering the Online World: Why your Business Demands a Trendy Website

Small Business CEO

With the onset of handheld devices, scrolling through content is the easiest task, and often during this mindless activity, most businesses, their services, and products are neglected, just because they cannot entice the interest of the consumer. Research shows that to garner the interest of a person viewing your content, it is necessary that it is appealing. Marketing is not as simple as just getting a website up-and-running, it’s much more than that.

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Top 10 Reasons Why You Will Love Photography As a Hobby and Career in Canada

Small Business CEO

Canada is a beautiful nation in North America with lots of picture-perfect landscapes waiting to be captured with a camera. The beauty of the country transforms from good into stunning come wintertime. It is one of the reasons why pursuing photography as a hobby and even a career in the country is relaxing and inspiring. You will enjoy your photographs more if you print or enlarge them through providers of professional canvas printing service in Canada like Canvas n Décor.

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Why Is VoIP Good for Your Business? (Infographic)

Small Business CEO

As most business owners already know, effective communication is something that is key to the success of the business. Without this, you stand to lose credibility, the respect of customers and clients, and your reputation.

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Episode 296: A Productive Conversation with Thomas Frank

Productivityist

I’m excited to welcome Thomas Frank to this episode of the podcast. Thomas is an author, YouTuber, musician, and podcaster who is passionate about helping people become more capable and productive. This episode is brought to you by Bambee. When running a business, Human Resources issues can kill you. There’s so much to wrap your head around and hiring an HR Manager is going to cost you – they command an average of seventy-thousand dollars a year!

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