By Rudolph Rosenberg | Monday, March 23, 2015
Ever wondered how some people stay calm in the face of a massive amount of work and conflicting priorities?
They know how to select from that long list of priorities the very few things that really need doing right away.
Well, I’m not one of those lucky people. There are some days when I feel I just have too much on my plate—too many important-seeming things that require my attention.
When that happens, I use a very simple technique to sort through my true priorities and identify what I should focus on.
Let me show you the simple productivity tips that help me get things done:
By Chris Croft | Monday, March 16, 2015
I’ve been running my own business for 20 years and training others on how to do the same.
What are the keys to success? Perhaps surprisingly, it’s often the small stuff that people forget to do that can cost them dearly.
Here’s a list of the 10 things a successful business must have to survive—and thrive. (If you’ve skipped even one, go back and put it into place. I promise your business will be better for it.)
By Rudolph Rosenberg | Sunday, March 15, 2015
You’re procrastinating right now, aren’t you? Reading this article when there’s something else that’s been nagging at you for some time now?
We all procrastinate sometimes—busying ourselves with distractions when we know we should be doing something more productive.
Want to know how to stop procrastinating? Learn to identify those unproductive moments while they’re happening, so you can do something about it.
By Jolie Miller | Saturday, February 28, 2015
I’m one of those people for whom saving and budgeting isn’t always top of mind. But tax time always reminds me that I need to be more vigilant.
So I need savings hacks that are—dare I say—fun. In fact, they should be so painless that I don’t notice I’m doing something terribly responsible.
Of course, you can learn all about setting financial goals on lynda.com.
But here are six of my own favorite money-saving tips:
By Chris Croft | Monday, February 23, 2015
Imagine if you had an extra month of free time: no interruptions, emails, or phone calls, and no extra work coming in from your customers or boss.
Just pure time that you can use to think, and to get ahead of the game. You could get SO much done—all those things you haven’t been able to get around to for so long.
Is it possible to get that much more free time? Yep. If you do these four things:
By Suzanna Kaye | Monday, January 26, 2015
How many free address labels and calendars do you really need?
Nonprofit organizations are one of the prime contributors to the piles of junk mail we get at home every day. And although you may want to support a particular charity and its mission, most of us do not need the constant donation requests in our mailboxes.
In my free video tutorial Stopping unwanted junk mail, I offer lots of tips for reducing the amount of mail you have to sift through and recycle each day.
Here’s how to stop junk mail from charities, specifically:
By Morten Rand-Hendriksen | Thursday, January 22, 2015
Tired of sitting in front of your computer all day? I think we all are. And it turns out all that sitting is very bad for us. It has to stop.
Fortunately there’s such a thing as a stand-up desk. Unfortunately, it’s not cheap.
Office furniture is expensive, and trendy office furniture is more expensive. Standing desks will always run you more than the sitting variety, and if you want one that lets you change the height back and forth from sitting to standing, you’ll have to shell out big bucks—which is not really an option for most of us.
So I came up with a better solution: I made my own.
By Suzanna Kaye | Friday, January 16, 2015
If you’ve ever had to submit an expense report or track receipts for your taxes, you’ve probably been frustrated by faded or lost receipts, as well as the tedium of compiling all the bits of information.
By taking your expense management paperless, you can save countless hours of expense tracking and get you back to the more important work in your day.
Using an expense management app like Expensify or ReceiptsPro, you can easily track all your expenses as they occur, categorize them, and save the receipt image. Even if you only track expenses for taxes, or if your company’s expense reports require their own format, these apps can save you a ton of time and energy.
I’ll show you how.
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