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Upgrade Your Social Circle

Is it Time to Upgrade Your Social Circle? Insert Image Motivational Speaker Jim Rohn once said, “You are the average of the 5 people you spend the most time with.”It may be time to take stock of your current social circle. Take a moment now and list the 5-10 people you see most. Are these […]

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Multitasking is Hurting You

Multitasking is Robbing You of Time and Money You fancy yourself the Master of Multitasking – You and thousands of other women. I count myself among them. But here’s the rub. While multitasking at home might work (juggling meal preparation, chores, taking care of kids, etc), in the office it doesn’t. Every time you get interrupted […]

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Time Management is About You

Time Management Has Nothing to do with TimeI was looking through my previous posts for something on time management. Imagine that. In over 20 years of coaching, and with time management being one of the most common topics of conversation, still no writing about it. No matter who I spoke to through those years, though, time […]

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Rules for Being a Good Partner

Rules for Being a Good PartnerDo you get a sense that being a good partner is not part of this game? Being a good partner seems like it would be easy. But, as with everything else involving people, it’s not. Personalities, egos, behavioral styles and more all come into play when we look at the […]

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The Habit of Saving Revisited

Habit of Saving for Fun and FutureSaving for anything seems to be a lost practice in the US. 57% of Americans have 0-$1000 in savings. That’s not a pretty picture. What if you have an emergency? Stuff happens all the time. What do you do and where do you go? You can make saving a habit. […]

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Establish Boundaries to Eliminate Distractions with Other People

Tackling Distractions With Boundaries   Boundaries are the Strategy of Choice for Distractions Involving Other People People, whether we’re talking about others or ourselves, can be the most challenging types of distractions to eliminate. People are complicated, and it shows in our relationships. (Read the first and second posts about distractions if you haven’t yet […]

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