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    Road Warrior: A Mobile Business Owner’s Guide to Smart Travel

    26 Tips to Help You Stay Productive on the Ground and in the Air

    If you are one of the many Americans who travel regularly for business, airports, delays, and forced downtime are the bane of your road warrior’s existence. They usually mean you’re getting even farther behind on your constantly expanding to-do list. If you’d like to increase your productivity the next time you don the armor of a road warrior, then read on for 26 tips to help you save time, cut stress, and accomplish great things while you’re on the road.

    Mastering Life Balance

    Achieving Greatness

    People are overwhelmed with the complexities of their own lives and are desperately seeking a way to maximize happiness in their homes and work lives.

    Time Management Mission Complete

    Five Ways to Know When You’re Done with What You’re Doing

    By Jason Womack


    When you can accomplish minor tasks more efficiently, you’ll have the time you need to do those major tasks justice.

    The curse for many of us modern-day movers and shakers is that we never seem to have enough time to do everything that needs doing. There simply aren’t enough hours in the work day (or even the work week!) to accomplish everything on our to-do lists. Worse yet, when we finally do get on a productivity roll, there always seems to be a distraction (or two, or three) waiting in the wings to throw us off course.


    Trial by Fire in a Home-Based Business

    Eight Ways to Fight Entrepreneurial Fires and Constantly Improve in the Process

    Any entrepreneur knows that when it comes to running a business, your work is never done. From the moment you wake up in the morning until you go to sleep at night, you’re worrying, planning for the future, and more often than not, putting out fires. In fact, like a fireman, you feel like you’re always on call. You’re always prepared to rush in and extinguish a customer’s complaint, a lost order, a disagreement between employees, or whatever the day’s blaze seems to be.

    Eleven Fears Holding You Back

    Professionally and Personally in Your Home-Based Business

    "Recognizing the specific fears that are be holding you back is the critical first step toward breaking free of the emotional paralysis and living a more carefree, uninhibited life."

    It’s been said that FEAR stands for "Forget Everything And Run." It’s that uncomfortable, disconcerting feeling that causes us to take a back seat in our own life and prevents us from proactively moving forward to reach our goals and aspirations. Instead of facing a personal, business or workplace situation head on and taking control of the proverbial handlebars of life, fear causes us to turn the other way, freeze in our tracks, or poke our head in the sand.


    FIVE Steps Small Business Owners Should Take Right Now

    To grow your business in today’s economic climate, it is critical that you take the following five steps right now:

    Enhancing Customer Service in Home-Based Business



    By Lior Arussy

        Any business owner can make simple, cost-effective moves to enhance their customer service and their bottom line — and it doesn’t include slashing prices.  

    Sweat Equity

    Man Turns Business Idea into a Home Business
    By Home Business Magazine

    As Dave Ulferts worked along side a contractor and friend finishing his basement, he felt a wide range of emotions: relief that he had a professional helping him every step of the way; pride that he was actually contributing to the project; and satisfaction that his efforts were saving him a substantial amount of money off the project.

    Financial Hardships Were Her Inspirations

    Woman Pursues Her Professional Office Organizing Business with Great Tenacity

    By Home Business Magazine

    Like many people, Kimmberli Robinson has had her fair share of financial hardships, shattered hopes, and dreams. A more recent example of her share began on Friday, April 24, 2009, when her temporary assignment with a local staffing agency ended. Prior to her assignment ending, Kimmberli was also anxiously, waiting to begin life anew, in Richmond, Virginia. However, due to several financial setbacks, her hopes to relocate were quickly dashed, and she was forced to remain in Ohio.

    Counter-Intuitive Time Management

    Innovative Techniques to Tame a Never-Ending Start-Up To Do List

    By Linda Walker

    The absolute BIGGEST challenge that entrepreneurs, artists, authors, and other creative geniuses that come to me for help is productivity. Some know they need help with time management techniques. Others are struggling, but they haven’t discovered that poor time management is the source of their frustration.
    By asking a few questions, I zero in on the source of their misery, and evaluate whether they can benefit from the special time management techniques I teach. I just look for certain things they have in common.



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