Tag: setting goals

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Your Guide to the First Month Out of Corporate

When you leave corporate and enter into the world of entrepreneurship, the first thing to become obvious is that no one tells you what to do or how to do it. You are the one expected to make all the decisions.

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Want to make more money? Set Goals.

There are a few things you can do in business that nearly guarantee you’ll make more money. One of those things is to set goals in your life and in your business. They can be quite simple or they can be rather complex. 

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Fearless Words of Wisdom on How to Suck it Up

You may be drained mentally, emotionally, spiritually, physically, or financially; or it could be all of the above. I’d like to offer some fearless words of wisdom for individuals who feel the light at the end of tunnel will never brighten.

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Setting SMART Goals for Your Business

If you’ve set a goal and aren’t specific about how you will achieve it, then it’s just a wish, and likely to never be accomplished. The S.M.A.R.T. method is an acronym to help with setting and achieving goals in business of specific, measurable, attainable, relevant, and timely. It takes goals from blurry to real, actionable plans to achieve tangible and powerful results.

How to Simplify Your Business Administration and Improve Efficiency

~by Sophia Beirne~ . One of the most important aspects of any business is the ability to work efficiently. However, with so much going on throughout the day, it is easy for work to pile up, in turn, slowing the process at which your business functions. Here are some tips on how to simplify your…
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The High Cost of Doing it All

How to Avoid the High Cost of Doing it All

~by Desiree Wolfe~ Doing it all. Is that possible? In short, no. The idea that you can “do it all” is a myth. Trying to “do it all” usually ends in doing many things poorly or few things, with loss of interest. Or it means getting absolutely nothing done. Ironic, isn’t it? Time management was…
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