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My Super Sexy Work Batching System

Lord help me, I need to cross things off the list. I have my daily list going constantly, tasks from emails I read, etc all go here. At the end of the day I delegate or dump them back into my project management software. If you don’t use software, at the end of the day start a clean list for the next day…

How To Tell If Someone Is Truly Organized

There are times in our lives when we have to depend on people (true story). More often than not, we need them to be organized and not just the canned "I am dependable, organized and a team player" kind of organized, but in the way that life throws constant shit at you and they can keep the fort handled kind of organized. (You can tell I am interviewing, can't you?) 

Here are 4 ways I can tell if someone is organized. 

Review of the “Certified Networker” Course by the Referral Institute

If there is one thing I’ve learned lately is that investing in yourself, your skill set and being a life long learner can really pay off. This doesn’t mean that signing up for 10 paid coaching programs, 17 networking worships and 30 free webinars are going to best for you. First you have to decide what’s important to you, and what you are willing, or able, to pay. The concept “You get what you pay for” rings true for many education programs.

How to Write Your Mission Statement in 5 Steps

A mission statement is one of the most important steps in creating and running your business. While it should be one of the first steps, if you have been in business a while you can always start fresh today by writing one. Why is a mission statement so important? Two reasons: first, it forces you to focus on the who (target market), what (value you are offering) and how (how do you deliver said value) of your business; secondly, it allows you to easily explain what it is you do and who you do it for in sales situations.