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Coping and Channeling Frustration

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Productivity

Wednesday, March 3rd, 2021

Dale Carnegie put it best. “Our fatigue is often caused not by work, but by worry, frustration, and resentment.” We all experience frustration; it is a natural response to stress, after all. Your internet goes out during a virtual meeting. Getting stuck in a line. Having construction on your street while working from home. And […]

10 Ways to Keep Your Environment Productive

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Tuesday, March 2nd, 2021

With some exceptions, the roughly 287 million registered vehicle owners realize that purchasing their vehicle was only half the battle. The other? Properly maintaining it. Unless you’re driving a temporary vehicle, most car owners intend to keep their automobiles for an extended period of time. They have to change the oil regularly change the oil, […]

8 Ways to Practice Positive Self-Talk

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Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021

While making a salad for lunch yesterday, I cut my finger while cutting-up a tomato. It wasn’t severe. But, it was just enough for me to proclaim how much of a moron I am. Even though you might not be aware of this, we all engage in a little self-talk occasionally. But, what exactly is […]

10 Ways to Make Your Digital Marketing More Productive

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Monday, February 22nd, 2021

Even if you’re a digital marketing pro, this area can be complex and overwhelming. After all, it’s comprised of SEO, native marketing, PPC, online PR, and inbound marketing. Oh yeah. You can’t forget about affiliate, email, social media, and content marketing as well. But, without it, you won’t have an online presence or be able […]

Beware of Toxic Productivity

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Friday, February 19th, 2021

It may seem like a modern concept — but we’ve been striving for productivity for centuries. For example, one of the earliest mentions of productivity can be found in the classic economics text Wealth of Nations, written by Adam Smith in 1776. What’s more, Benjamin Franklin came up with the first to-do-list in 1791. Even the […]

8 Ways to Celebrate Your Small Victories

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Friday, February 12th, 2021

There aren’t too many reasons to celebrate these days. Sure, there are exceptions. They just vary from person-to-person. For me personally, I’m thrilled that my parents are getting the vaccine. I have friends and family who are welcoming new members into their households — either newborns or four-legged babies. And, I’m grateful every single day […]

7 Ways to Build a Productive Remote Team

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Friday, February 12th, 2021

Up until COVID-19, working remotely seemed like a pipe dream. But, this global pandemic leads to social distancing and stay-at-home orders that gave businesses no other choice. Because your team couldn’t come into the workplace, they had to work from home. The thing is, even before 2020, remote work was becoming increasingly popular. In 2019, […]

12 Ways to Get Out of Your Own Way

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Thursday, February 11th, 2021

Are there valid reasons why you can’t get things done? Absolutely. In fact, many times, external forces are working against you — think a sick child, flat tire, or global pandemic. There are, however, times when it turns out that we’re our own biggest obstacle. We also call this self-sabotage. And, it can be brutal […]

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