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What can you do with a 2.5 hour car service appointment


“Things turn out best for those who make the best of how things turn out.” John Wooden
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It’s Never Crowded on the Extra Mile


Sometimes the best way to raise your level of play is to schedule more than you can do, and then just go after it. Today I went to a client presentation, conducted seven meetings with clients, and had a brainstorming session with a good friend. Continue reading

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Productivity Tip # 4 – What is your productivity brand?


Many of us have realized that developing your personal brand, previously known as your reputation, is important in this marketplace. Here’s my question: Would you rather be known as a hard worker or a hard accomplisher? Continue reading

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Employee Productivitiy Tip # 1 – Getting Smart with Your Phone


Smart phones are dumbing us down, especially when it comes to productivity. Every study out there confirms what we all know intuitively, switching between tasks exponentially increases the time it takes to get something done Continue reading

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Swing Easy and Live


A good friend, Jack Burrell, shared something Brandt Snedeker said to him that makes so much sense Continue reading

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Face It, Teach It, Improve It


This morning finds me feeling hectic and for good reason. Continue reading

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Time… For Another Workshop


Where is George Carlin when you need him? I found myself thinking, “I don’t have time to write a blog on Time Management.” When did I ever lose time to now not have it when I need it? Continue reading

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Becoming Patient Zero


Yet having a keen interest in leadership and motivation, I wonder about spreading to without what is not first spread within. Specifically, can you develop a customer WOW without developing your internal WOW?

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Seeing what you hear appear


All I know is since I started investing time each morning thinking, visualizing, and writing down what I wanted to have happen, and listening to tapes on the subconscious mind, the universe keeps sending opportunities to me when I least expect them. Continue reading

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SI, The 80/20 Rule, and Coasting(1)


If I asked you what SI stands for, I suspect 80% of the answers would be Sports Illustrated. And if I asked for what Sports Illustrated is best known, why does swimwear come to mind? Only a small percentage would … Continue reading

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