There’s not enough time in the day!
“Ha!” I say. “Hah!”
Every person on the earth has the same number of seconds each day – it all depends on how you use them toward your own personal and professional success.
Donald Trump, Bill Gates, Tony Robbins, Barbara Cochran – they share every minute with you – and me and every other business owner. So why isn’t everyone equally as successful?
Could it be how we approach the good ol’ to-do list?…Continue
I was petrified. I wanted to run. It was more than 25 years ago, but I remember it like yesterday. I was teaching my first class.
I want to run, but I didn’t. It might be the best…Continue
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I really love this activity! Because of it’s simplicity and minimum props, you can do this anywhere. The principle of this is to constantly meet with one another and to be able to encourage one another as we get to know them.
To evaluate and visually see where a person and the team as a whole stand…
Almost everyone wants to have their own business. Of course, you don't want to spend the rest of your life working for someone else. It is easy to think of an idea on what business to venture. Even if you don't have a background in operating a business. If a great business idea knocks on your mind, the best thing to do is to act! So, the next question would be, how will you start to deal with this business idea?
Starting a business is not easy, you have to plan for it carefully…Continue
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The book was fantastic, but no one was going to read it. Not, at least, in its current state. The author had packed his* manuscript with helpful information and practical advice. The content and his message had real potential to help his audience. But only the most dedicated readers would push past the stale opening line.
Most chapters either dove…Continue
If your email has spelling errors, inconsistencies or other errors, you appear unprofessional and possibly unskilled.
If the tone of your email is negative or abrupt, you appear unskilled at interacting…Continue
I often hear the same question when I am speaking to groups,”How do I grow my passion?” I think it takes just a bit of “sowing seeds” no different than if you were trying to grow a vegetable or flower garden.
If you begin to see your ideas as seeds and think of your desination as a garden, you can begin to take the steps to having a green thumb or in…
Added by Kathy on April 6, 2015 at 8:04am — No Comments
I wasn't really considering a job move or changing locations again. There were rumors floating around the company about layoffs, but I tried my best to keep my head down and focus.…Continue
Are you one who wants a roadmap for life showing you the best route to take? I am. I love the "how to" articles. Give me the steps and I'm good to go. In fact, in terms of choosing a career, having a career roadmap would be really helpful in…Continue
Staying positive during a job search can be tricky at times. You are working hard at progress, but not yet to the finish line. Stress and frustration can play tricks with your mind.…Continue
Pursuit of a better job is, in my opinion a very healthy quest to undertake. Most of us spend more time engaged in work than in any other activity. So we might as well design it to be something we enjoy.…Continue
1. As I explained in this post, one…Continue
What would you consider the greatest innovation in your own automotive history? What is that one or two things that you have benefited from directly? I know, not a grand set of questions, but just something to keep the juices flowing. I would say for myself, two things. The first would be Air Conditioning since I live here in Florida. The second would most likely be Cruse Control. It does make long trips that much nicer for myself and usually for the car.
Thanks and have a great…Continue
Before you start a new venture or project, educate yourself first. You are either going to pay the tuition to a coach or to the hard knock school of life – either way you will spend the money. Ask questions, get opinions from others, and get recommendations.
Have a plan of action before jumping in. A plan of action could be a simple as some scribbles on a piece of paper but have one. Remember, you either pay now or pay…Continue
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Last winter was a pretty rough year for Atlantans weather-wise. Unless you live in a cave, you probably heard about Atlanta's Snow-pocalypse 2014. Motorists were stranded in cars for hours while others…Continue
There's a lot of talk about discovering your gifts, and finding your passion these days. This week I attended a networking meeting and talked with a great group of women who have not only found their passion but are actively following it. I met Ann Casey who just…Continue
Our last instalment was the first in a five part series about how to become your best. In the first instalment, we talked about how becoming near-obsessive was a key to becoming your best and how it's not always a bad thing to be this way.
Reading. Every single one of us do it every day of our lives. Street signs, the news on the 'net or in magazines,…Continue
Scott Anthony Barlow is the Co-Founder of Happen to Your Career, a company that helps people move from where they are to work they love. He has been helping people develop their careers for over 10 years as a Human Resources Leader, Small Business Developer, and Career Coach.
With over 2000 job interviews experience from his HR career, Scott now interviews others telling their story of pursuing work they love on the Happen to Your Career Podcast . Scott and his wife…Continue
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