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1. Do you engage in back-ward planning? Plan what you want your outcome to be and then put those steps into place. 2. Make necessary copies two days before you need them (no surprises from a power outage; if you don’t have sufficient paper or toner – you have time[…]

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Do you find it difficult overcoming what many believe to be the scourge of any worthwhile success? The ability to overcome and avoid procrastination might seem on the face of it a simple thing to do, but it always seems to unwittingly rear its ugly head and become a stumbling[…]

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Many of us know the answer to the question, “How do you eat an elephant?” Answer, “One bite at a time”! Sadly, for many of us our To Do Lists can outweigh an elephant and yet we actually tackle our To Do Lists like we would eat an elephant –[…]

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1. Set goals that you can reach. You have to know what you are working towards. 2. Take it one step at a time. When you look at the big picture, it can be a little overwhelming. Do your tasks in smaller pieces. 3. Know that it’s OK to say[…]

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I don’t know about you, but patience is definitely not my strong suit. I’m a very impatient person by nature. If things don’t happen ASAP, I get very antsy, stamp my foot pretty intensely and pace tracks in my living room floor. I loathe waiting. It drives me absolutely insane.[…]

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There are certain factors that are critical to your success. Actively doing the following will give you a good chance at anything you aim for One of the most important success factors is time management. Time is the most precious element in the world as there is no going back[…]

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A study of successful people identifies ten common attributes that nearly all successful people share. You will find these qualities written about in the best success literature and you will see it in the most successful people you meet. Adopt these ten attributes – make them your attributes and you[…]

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