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Finding Focus

Do you check your email as soon as you wake up? Do you send text messages from just about everywhere? Do you feel like today you so connected and informed that you sometime actually have no idea what is really going on? Have you gotten to the end of an hour/day/week and have absolutely no memory of what happened? Do you have cyber-overload and feel constantly distracted? Well this week, we are going to learn some tool to help us unplug just a bit – remember my confessions as a smart phone addict – and get focused. This week is focused on focus. As a busy person, you have a lot on your plate. Staying focused can be tough with a constant stream of family, friends, employees, co-workers, client

Finding Your Passion

Self-help gurus tell you all the time to follow your passion, do what you love, get in the zone. Do you ever wonder “what the heck are they talking about”? How do you find your passion? What do you love – that you can make money at? Where is this mysterious zone they keep referring to? You’re probably the kind of person who works hard, with commitment and persistence. When you know what you’re doing, nothing will stop you. But before you can become unstoppable, you need to know what you’re starting. Before you can follow your passion, you have to find it. This week we are going to find that passion, spark, mojo that sets you on fire. We are going to get quiet, go inward and be honest about

The Hard No

One of the worst things you can do to your productivity and sense of well-being is the qualified Yes. That is where you really mean No, but don’t actually say the word. It is when your multi-level marketing addicted friend calls you to meet and you say maybe later versus telling them that this concept is just not for you. It is when a customer wants to take longer to pay and you say “I’ll think about it” instead of explaining why that will not work for you. Do you perpetually give people a qualified Yes instead of the No that is screaming in your head? What’s so hard about saying No? Well, to start with, it can hurt, anger or disappoint the person you’re saying “No” to, and that’s not usuall