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Time Management, Time Vampires

12 Steps to Vanquish Your Time Vampires

By Tammy | October 5, 2021

Once you let go of time wasters and focus on being productive without over scheduling, you’re going to meet your life goals faster than you think.

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Improve Focus and Productivity For Better Time Management

By Tammy | October 5, 2021

Improve Focus and Productivty for Better Time Management Part III of the Time Management Series Improving your focus and productivity so that you can manage your time better is within your grasp. It’s all about knowing how to set goals, create well thought out to-do lists, and then implement the actionable schedule you create. With […]

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The Truth About Procrastinating

By Tammy | October 5, 2021

Procrastination is an issue that many people use to put off doing something that they don’t want to do, or maybe they just don’t know how to start. And it is a destroyer of any time management system you may have in place

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A Simple Guide to Creating a Realistic Business Plan

By Tammy | August 23, 2021

Many small business owners think that if their business is a home business or a small business that they don’t need a real business plan. After all, they think I am not going to get a business loan, so why do I need to do all that planning? For starters, if you want to succeed, and you want it to be repeatable, and you want to avoid the potential for burnout, you must develop a business plan. A business plan will help you structure, run, and grow your business realistically and sustainably. And guess what? Creating a business plan isn’t even hard to do. Let’s learn how to make a one-page business plan for your home or small business right now.

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10 Tips To Avoid Burnout

By Tammy | August 16, 2021

Burnout often happens when we end up disillusioned by something we are doing. Even if you love what you do, burnout can still happen. Most of the time, burnout is related to a feeling of mental and physical exhaustion and being unable to do all that you need to do to get to a place of rest.

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3 Tips to Avoid Small Team Burnout

By Tammy | July 26, 2021

If you own or manage a small team, create a workflow to accommodate for time off. Here are a few tips for filling in when a key player is on vacation, or is suddenly away.

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Working From Home (still)

By Tammy | July 7, 2021

Last year I gave you tips for working at home, something many were not accustomed to and definitely not prepared for. It was a temporary situation, or so we thought, and we can accept short-term change. However, many are still working remotely, some started their own work-from-home business, and others, like Julia K. have been placed in a permanent remote location as many businesses have found the true benefits of virtual offices, but many of the employees don’t share the same optimism.

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Could You Be A Workaholic?

By Tammy | July 5, 2021

Could You Be A Workaholic? I always knew I was a workaholic. Both my parents are Type-A personalities and I suspect, workaholics, so I come by it honestly. Today is National Workaholics day, so I thought I would dig into the phenomenon a little more, and was surprised to see it is a treatable condition! […]

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If Disaster Strikes, Will You Be Prepared?

By Tammy | June 14, 2021

Chances are that sooner or later you’ll face some sort of a disaster that will leave you without power, and hinder your access to purchase necessary supplies. It could be a natural disaster like a hurricane, snowstorm, flood, tornado, or earthquake. It could be a manmade disaster that has the power grid failing or requires you to stay put in your home such as the COVID-19 pandemic. No matter what strikes, you can lessen the personal impact by preparing for disasters most likely to occur in your area.

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Automate Your Business Finances

Organizational Efficiency: Automate Your Business Finances

By Tammy | May 10, 2021

Every business must figure out how they plan to keep track of income and expenses and set up benchmarks for planning purposes. The poster child for automation is business finances. Think about it, most of your business finance tasks are recurring and rarely change, making it perfect for automation!

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Organizational Efficiency: The Anatomy of Your Business

By Tammy | April 27, 2021

The first thing to think about when you seek to make your days more manageable and more effective is the parts of your small business, the anatomy.

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Five Fast Ways to Make Quicker and Better Decisions

By Tammy | April 5, 2021

Being an efficient decision-maker can often make the difference in missed opportunities. You have to be decisive, and often you have to make quick decisions, but you want to be sure you are making the best choice. So how do you make quicker and quicker and better decisions? How do you become more accurate and effective at making decisions when it counts?

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Pros and Cons and Filing Your Taxes Early

Pros and Cons of Filing Your Taxes Early

By Tammy | February 17, 2021

Do you rush to file your tax returns as soon as possible? Do you gather all your documentation and stand at the IRS virtual door on opening day? As with everything, filing early has its pros and cons, but is filing early really a good idea?? Like many things in life, the answer is, “It depends.”

Not every situation is conducive to filing early. Filing for an extension and putting it off as long as possible may make more sense for some filers. Read on to learn the good, the bad, and sometimes the downright ugly of filing early and why waiting might be best.

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Prepare Now for a Stress-Free Return

By Tammy | December 18, 2020

Prepare Now for a Stress-Free Return Modified from original post, published December 19, 2019 Taking some time off during the Holidays? Looking forward to enjoying some festivities, but dread the mountain of work you know will be waiting when you return? Make a few preparations now before you leave, and follow some tips when you […]

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3 Ways to Protect Yourself Against Questionable Links

By Sung | October 1, 2020

Unsolicited emails from unknown senders are sometimes the onset of cyberattacks. They may entice you to click on a link or open an attachment that may contain malware. Clicking on the links can also direct you to some compromising websites, so be cautious. If a link looks suspicious, look it up on the web and do a quick research. The rule of thumb is to ignore seemingly malicious emails. But if you’re really curious, or just not sure it’s evil, there are several ways to protect yourself and your environment.

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