19 Ways to Step Up Your Time Management Game

Howie Jones

Time Management

Sunday, March 3rd, 2019

19 Ways to Step Up Your Time Management Game

I recently spotted a Gallup poll that reported that 41 percent of Americans feel that they don’t have enough time to do everything they want to do. From the CEO to any employee, to the stay at home mom/dad — if you don’t feel you have enough time to get all of your things done […]

Want to Make The Most Out of Business Meetings? Here Are 9 Tips That Work

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Meetings

Friday, March 1st, 2019

Want to Make The Most Out of Business Meetings? Here Are 9 Tips That Work

Business meeting are crucial if you want your organization to thrive. The problem? Most meetings are time suckers — especially when nothing gets accomplished. So if you don’t want to spend the resources on unproductive business meetings, here’s 9 ways that you can make the most of your next business meeting. Here are 10 suggestions […]

8 Ways You Can Increase Employee Productivity

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Productivity

Thursday, February 28th, 2019

8 Ways You Can Increase Employee Productivity

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, Americans spend more than eight hours a day in the workplace — which is more than we sleep each night. That means that we’re spending more time with our colleagues than we do with our families. As a result, it’s only natural that they’re going to influence our […]

10 Strategies for Improving Creative Thinking and Having Time To Do It

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Productivity

Wednesday, February 27th, 2019

10 Strategies for Improving Creative Thinking and Having Time To Do It

Most jobs require at least some degree of creativity, but improving creative thinking isn’t the same as improving your raw productive output. You may be able to master some basic productivity habits, like eliminating distractions and interruptions, but even if you’re focusing exclusively on the problem in front of you, you can’t summon the creativity […]

How to Create a Meeting Agenda That Really Works

Howie Jones

Meetings

Wednesday, February 27th, 2019

How to Create a Meeting Agenda That Really Works

According to a study conducted by Verizon Business, meetings are the number one time waster in the workplace. That’s because most meetings are unorganized, have no purpose, and go so off-topic that the meetings runs longer than it has to. The easiest way to solve this problem? Create a meeting agenda. This not only reduces […]

How to Add a Self-Care Routine to Your Calendar

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Time Management

Wednesday, February 27th, 2019

How to Add a Self-Care Routine to Your Calendar

Everyone defines self-care in their own unique way. Your form of self-care may be working out 3 times a week and doing yoga on the weekends while another person’s form of self-care could be a weekly date night with their significant other or binge-reading a whole book in one afternoon. Regardless of what it means […]

How You’re Wasting Time in Excel (and What to Do About It)

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Business Tips

Tuesday, February 26th, 2019

How You’re Wasting Time in Excel (and What to Do About It)

Most of us use Excel for at least one purpose in our jobs or our daily lives. It originated the idea of digital spreadsheets and remained one of the best spreadsheet apps available to the public. With it, you can keep track of data, look up relevant information, make quick calculations, and even produce charts […]

10 Ways to Keep Your Audience Engaged During Meetings

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Meetings

Tuesday, February 26th, 2019

10 Ways to Keep Your Audience Engaged During Meetings

Most of us dread meetings. And for a good reason. They can be a huge waste of time for both the host and attendees. If you want to make sure that your next meeting isn’t a waste of time you first need to make sure it’s necessary. If it is essential, keep it short and […]

The Ultimate Guide to Outsourcing for Time Savings

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Time Management

Monday, February 25th, 2019

The Ultimate Guide to Outsourcing for Time Savings

Through outsourcing, you can pay other people to do tasks that would otherwise bog you down. If you had sufficient funds, you could hypothetically pay people to do anything, ultimately handling all your responsibilities so you could do whatever you want—but of course, when you start a business, your funds will likely be limited. On […]

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