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Scientists have proven that no two snowflakes are alike. I think the same holds true for how successful business owners design their work environments in order to enhance productivity. This week I asked:

How important is your work environment to your productivity,
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"Overwhelm" is a word that I have been hearing a lot lately. I hear it from my clients and workshop participants as well as my connections on social media sights. We have a lot that comes at us every day and it is important to have strategies to break out of that overwhelmed state quickly. Read More
Do you remember why you became an entrepreneur? Do you know anyone who is on the fence, but really wants to take the leap? There are so many different opinions on what it really takes to be an entrepreneur. But never has it been a one-size-fits-all proposition. The important factors to weigh are yo Read More
On the days when my business begins to feel a bit overwhelming, I carve out some quiet time to remember all the reasons I started this solo endeavor -- the things that make the long days, sacrifice, and hard work all worthwhile. I am reenergized by the realization that I am living my dream, by mak Read More

Seven Essential Strategies to Preventing Overwhelm

Seven Essential Strategies to Preventing Overwhelm  - http://flybluekite.com Avatar Posted by DrShannonReece under Startups
From http://flybluekite.com 4438 days ago
Made Hot by: Small Business Manifesto on December 12, 2010 4:43 pm
Being a good steward of your time requires an understanding of how to manage all the demands of your business and life, and when to pull back before reaching the deer in the headlights stage of immobility due to overload. As a woman in business, you juggle more demands than men, who don’t have the Read More
90% of the ascent to your business success goals is determined by how you view yourself as the climber. Your attitude about yourself will drive your actions to the bottom or to the top, you decide.
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For so long, the story has been that men, not women, are the risk takers in life. Does that still hold water? Current studies would suggest that such stereotypes aren’t valid when it comes to women in business, where they are demonstrating courage and are driving profitability. Read More
As I have been making plans for how I can celebrate the end of 2010 with a bang and something new and exciting, I wanted to poll our experts and find out what amazing things they are planning to accomplish before the close of another year. I posed the question:

With just one month left until ye Read More
Attitude is a powerful motivator or immobilizer in life and in business. Your emotional state directly impacts your performance. My creativity certainly took a nose dive as my focus turned inward, and I allowed my pending circumstances to color my entire outlook. Maintaining a positive attitude Read More
Have you ever had one of those days or weeks where nothing goes as you originally planned? Well, if you have, you are not alone.

The Wall Street Journal reported that the average person spends over 150 hours per year just looking for information. The Esselte company conducted a study of over 2, Read More

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