Tag: planning

The 5-Step Process for Your 2020 Planning by @JThiefels

by Jessica Thiefels | Featured Contributor I’m starting to hear the 2020 planning talk, but I’m not a big New Year goal setter. In fact, it stresses me out as January 1st gets closer and it’s all anyone can talk about. I’m more a year-round goal-setting kind of girl. This allows me to ebb and […]

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7 Steps to a More Productive Week by @AlmostPractical

by Neena Nandagopal | Featured Contributor Life is busy. We are constantly running in a million different directions. So, it is no surprise that we might end the week in the same place that we were when the week started. Lots of busy-ness, but no business. Maintaining focus is so important – but without a […]

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3 Must-Have Metrics Every Entrepreneur Needs to Measure Success by @WSRapport

by Karima Mariama-Arthur, Esq. | Featured Contributor   When you’re your own boss, it can be easy to fall short of your own expectations. When no one else is keeping you accountable, having an internal sense of urgency and taking serial responsibility for outcomes are paramount, but often absent from the success equation. The million dollar […]

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Is your relationship with Money healthy? @JulieMoneyCoach

by Julie Feuerborn, CFP© | Featured Contributor As Valentine’s Day approaches we are thinking about our relationship with our spouse or partner or significant other.  Relationship is usually used to describe a connection between two people and I think it should also be used to describe how we relate to money. Our relationship with money isn’t […]

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How to Create and Keep a Consistent Blogging Schedule by @adamsconsulting

by Diana Adams  | Featured Contributor  Blogging is one of my favorite things to do. I especially love guest blogging since it gives me the opportunity to play at someone else’s house and make new friends. As of today, I’ve written 4,117 blog posts. My goal is 5,000. In 2015, I will add 400 new […]

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Creating Ease When Your Schedule Runneth Over by @MelindaMassie

by Melinda Massie  | Featured Contributor All too often, our schedules run us instead of the other way around. The other week I saw Elf the Musical. In it, there’s a song where the business man/father’s assistant is telling him his schedule. It was ridiculous. Only 15 minutes for meetings. 5 minutes to draw up things that […]

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How to Expand Your Business Into Another City by @deborahsweeney

by Deborah Sweeney | Featured Contributor Expansion into a new city is simultaneously exciting and trying for any small business owner. You’ll naturally be excited to try your hand at a different market and grow your business, but expanding requires a heavy investment of both time and money with no guarantee that your business will […]

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How to Rock the Rest of 2013 by @_ChelleShock

by Michelle Nickolaisen | Featured Contributor We’re halfway through 2013. Depending on how your year has gone so far, that sentence either sent a chill down your spine, sparked a feeling of triumph, or gave you a mixture of those two sensations. However, no matter how the first half of your year has gone, you can […]

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