Category Archives: Innovation

Five Tips for Perfect Transition Decisions

You’re considering a new career, new place to live or new business, retirement, or any other move. You ask, “Will I be happy?” If you remember the old, old song, “What will be” may not be the answer you’re looking for.

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Sticktoitivity: Lessons Learned!

Walt Disney coined a special phrase for persistence and determination; he referred to it as sticktoitivity. I reflected upon this recently, because I stumbled across 20 old business cards from previous business ventures and jobs I had been associated with over the last twenty-five years. Those old business cards certainly brought back a museum full of memories and mixed feelings. I had forgotten about some of those jobs that shaped my outlook as I pushed onward and upward. As I look back on all of those opportunities with the benefit of perspective and age, the one benefit I have derived is my own personal understanding of the concept of success and failure.

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Practical Nine-Step Guide to Max Productivity

Step 1: List all the business activities that you complete (regularly or not). Examples: phone calls, meetings, paperwork, projects, sales, follow-up procedures, writing, learning/researching, web site design, delivering core services (substitute name), etc. Yes, this might seem time consuming. You will need to trust in this process and wait for the benefits to appear.

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