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Mar
14

15 Surprising Things Productive People Do Differently

Contributor: Kevin Kruse – I write about wholehearted leadership and employee engagement. I recently interviewed over 200 ultra-productive people including seven billionaires, 13 Olympians, 20 straight-A students and over 200 successful entrepreneurs. I asked a simple, open-ended question, “What is your number one secret to productivity?” After analyzing all of their responses, I coded their […]

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What Kodak Can Teach Us About Avoiding Failure

In its hey-day Eastman Kodak was huge: it employed 140,000 workers at its height, and in 1996 it was ranked the fourth most valuable brand in the United States, behind Disney, Coca-Cola and McDonald’s. When you bought film for your camera (or a disposable camera), Kodak film was virtually your only option. You could buy the cheaper […]

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Mar
14

Steve Jobs’ Last Six Words

The final words of Steve Jobs, according to his sister, were these: “Oh wow. Oh wow. Oh wow.” When I read them the other day, I was moved. And reminded of the staggering preciousness of life. I believe you have a call on your life to make the world better. Period. No excuses. No escapes. […]

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Dec
11

9 Ways to Make Time for What’s Important to You

It’s easy to get stuck in a rut. Many of us live the same day repeatedly. We get up, go to work, come home, eat dinner, watch TV, and go to bed. The next day is a re-run. We all have other things we’d like to accomplish, but it seems that we run out of […]

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How to Use Parkinson’s Law to Your Advantage

BY JOEL FALCONER Work expands to fill the time available for its completion. If you’re into productivity, you’ll know this proverb as Parkinson’s Law. This interesting statement was made by Cyril Northcote Parkinson, the famous British historian and author, in 1955 – first appearing as the opening line in an article for The Economist and […]

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Modern Etiquette: Grooming 9-5

Thirty seconds. That’s all it takes to make a great first impression. According to research by Albert Mehribian, professor at the University of California, Los Angeles, upon meeting someone for the first time we form an opinion of them within the first 30 seconds. While some of that opinion is based on what they say, […]

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How To Tie A Necktie | Tie Tying Chart | 18 Ways To Tie A Neck-tie Visual

Part 2 – Styles 1 to 12 Most men use one tie knot their entire lives. You could say it’s because we’re creatures of habit – that we’re boring – that we don’t like to experiment & try new things. No, I think most of us tie one necktie knot as we DON’T HAVE AN […]

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Jun
29

8 Lessons from My First 5K Race

The Most Fun You’ll Have Running By Nicole Nichols, Certified Personal Trainer and Fitness Instructor I never considered myself a runner. I ran maybe once a week for 30 or 40 minutes, and then I wouldn’t feel like doing it again for a few days. Needless to say, I never really “get better” at running—I […]

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Jun
29

What to Do Before Your Run for the Future II

You’ve signed up, you’ve logged the training miles and race day is almost here! Taking on your first 5K can be both an exciting and nerve-wracking experience. Here, find the best tips when it comes to running for beginners. These will help you maximize the enjoyment out there—and make your first 5K fun, fast and […]

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Jun
01

Making Yourself Indispensable

If you want to get to the top, develop skills that complement what you already do best. by John H. Zenger, Joseph R. Folkman, and Scott K. Edinger Download Content Here  

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