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Posts, stories, information, suggestions, and advice regarding productivity.
I believe the following rules apply to any type of project or endeavor, and are crucial to success but far too easily overlooked. Keeping these rules in mind can not only save you time, but possibly make the difference between success and failure in any activity, business, or enterprise.
Tax season just ended, and while some people might consider I am a bit late on writing about this, there is also another way of looking at it. Now is a great time to get the year off to a good start so that next year, you don’t have to go through what you went […]
If you had 14 hours per week to work on your online business and you spent 10 of those hours wading through your emails, you’d probably find yourself getting nowhere quickly, no matter how many coaching programs you signed up for and no matter how many eBooks or free bonuses you downloaded.
Disorganization and confusion can be two of the worst, if not most underrated, enemies of the Internet marketer. Yet, in the battle against complexity, our most powerful tool is its opposite – simplicity. Some tools are so simple, that it’s easy to overlook how powerful they can become. Here is an example of one.
Of all the password recording and management solutions I have ever tried, my favorite so far is the CoffeeCup LockBox. You can download it for free for a test run, and if you decide to buy it, it costs a whopping $20.00 or so. Simplicity is so powerful in this software. It is fast and […]
I have had a hard drive full of what I call “virtual post-it notes.” Notepad (.txt) files stored away in different folders with notes about everything. Little notes, you know? Like post-its on the fridge, but worse. I would need a hundred fridges to hold all these virtual post-it notes. Examples? Product Keys, Serial Numbers, […]
One of the items I have begun to find helpful is a timer, which I use to actually keep track of how much time I spend, on what per day.