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5 Resolutions For When You’ve Really Screwed Up

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I suck. I really suck. But I’ve been sick. I overslept. But I needed the rest and lost an hour because of the time change. I still suck. Such is the inner conversation when you know you’ve screwed up. It really doesn’t matter how small or little the mistake is, except some suckage may take […]

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5 Tips From a Top Marketer’s Mistakes

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I never intended to do something like this. However, this very same marketing expert’s products encouraged me to speak up when I see something I don’t agree with. Note: I am going to continue to follow this marketer, as his site has attracted lots of attention and has some great information. I had found out […]

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A Thank You To Followers For 1,000 Views

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I officially passed 1,000 page views on the final day of 2012, and I have you, my incredibly awesome readers, followers and friends to thank for it. It isn’t much for a few months, but considering this is just a regular WordPress.com site, I’m so happy to have done this. If you’re new to blogging, […]

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Why “Happiness” Shouldn’t Be One of Your 2013 Goals

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Everyone wants happiness. Happier people are healthier and more successful at life and business. However, focusing on (or rather, obsessing about) happiness can make you less happy according to a few studies on the subject. That’s because the constant desire to attain something and not seeing immediate results will keep us further from that elusive […]

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The One Time Management Tip You Are Afraid To Use

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Procrastinate: “to put off till another day or time; defer; delay” The Dirty 13-Letter Word Is it a coincidence the word “procrastinate” has an unlucky number of letters? “Procrastinate” is the most hated word in time management, because it implies you’re lazy and putting off something that you should be doing. But look at the […]

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Two Best Reasons To Blend Business With Pleasure

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One of the biggest caveats to working from home is that, inevitably, your personal life will mix with your work. Some of the best advice I’ve read about doing this kind of contradict each other. (Click and read links after you’re done with my blog, k? 🙂 ) Don’t spend too much time going over […]