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Category :: Advice Articles Author :: Dave Balch 
 
 Article Title :: Stuff Happens
 
Stuff happens. You can't always be perfect, and people don't expect you to be, but when something goes wrong you have a great opportunity to learn a number of interesting things about people in general and yourself in particular, as well as how to handle such situations. As an example, here's something that recently happened to me. I have a free newsletter that I send by email. When someone signs up for it at my website, I send them a "Welcome" message to thank them for subscribing and to send them the most recent issue. Last week I accidentally sent this "Welcome" message to my entire list of over 2500 existing subscribers in 20+ countries! I realized what had happened within 5 minutes,   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Advice Articles Author :: Dave Balch 
 
 Article Title :: Give Yourself Permission
 
It is September 14, 2001 and I am sitting here trying to think of something to share; frankly, I can't. I'm still in shock over the events of the last few days so I'm going to offer this: I have always maintained that TV is the archenemy of the home-based business owner because it's so easy to get sucked-in and completely distracted. I've tried to work while the TV is on, but I'm only at 50% capacity at best. I suppose that's better than sitting on the couch with a bowl of popcorn, but I prefer operating at a higher level than that. The solution I have always recommended is to never turn on a TV in the first place. It's amazing how easy it is to avoid plot lines when you don't know what t  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Advice Articles Author :: Dave Balch 
 
 Article Title :: What Time is It?
 
Sometimes you're flying high. Everything is going great! You've finished something that you've been putting off for a long time, or you just got organized, or a big order came in. Don't you just LOVE feeling like that? You are full of energy and those impossible tasks are just sailing off of your desk. You're to-do list is shrinking like a cotton shirt in a dryer. On the other hand, sometimes you're pretty discouraged. "How am I ever going to finish that project? How can I possibly do all of the things that I need to do in order to get to where I want to be?" Don't you just HATE feeling like THAT? It's hard to move a single piece of paper from one place on your desk to the other. The easi  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Advice Articles Author :: Claudette Rowley 
 
 Article Title :: You Can't Do It Alone - Top Five Benefits of Asking for Help
 
Entrepreneurs are a lot like the early American pioneers - forging new ground, following their visions and making them real. In order to succeed these pioneers relied on the notion of "rugged individualism", a concept now woven into our cultural fabric. Unfortunately, this valuable idea can be taken too far, leaving us feeling like we must do it alone. As a result, many of us believe that doing it alone is better and more virtuous, and that pulling yourself "up by your bootstraps" signals a sign of character. I consistently encounter clients - entrepreneurs and non-entrepreneurs - who believe that being a Lone Ranger is the way to go, and that if it's not hard, it's not worth doing. There'  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Advice Articles Author :: Craig Lock 
 
 Article Title :: Some Tips on Time Management - How to Better Manage
 
DECISION GUIDE Ask yourself: 1. Does what I am doing add value to my life (and times of pure fun and relaxation are essential too)? 2. What will happen if I don't do it? 3. Can I delegate it? 4. Can I spend less time on it? TIME WASTERS 1. Telephone Interruptions 2. Drop-in Visitors 3. Meetings 4. Crisis Management 5. Lack of Objectives, Priorities a Daily plan 6. Cluttered Desk, Personal Disorganisation. 7. Ineffective Delegation 8. Attempting too Much at Once 9. Lack of Clear Communication 10. Inadequate, Inaccurate Delayed Information 11. Indecision and Procrastination 12. Confused Responsibility and Authority. 13. Inability to Say "No". 14. Leaving Tasks Unfinished 15. Lack of Self  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Advice Articles Author :: Craig Lock 
 
 Article Title :: How to Handle Stress by Managing your Levels?
 
Stress is a natural and unavoidable feature of modern life. When the pressures of life become too much and we can't cope, stress operates like a screw gradually turning tighter and tighter. Often we don't realise that we are under stress - until the pressure becomes too much and the lid starts lifting... then we crack. Humans are vulnerable and live under an optimum level of stress every day - they often don't know how to cope, when the pressure builds up too much...but what can we do about it to make our lives easier? HOW TO COPE WITH STRESS? Listen to your own alarm system. There are abundant challenges, demands and opportunities in modern living; but these often cause frustration and   (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Advice Articles Author :: Virginia Reeves 
 
 Article Title :: The Junk Heap That Heals
 
How many of you have heard the term emotional baggage? That's the negative notions and emotions we carry around with us. Some people try to justify it with statements of a dysfunctional family. Others blame poor schooling. Fate gets a bad name too. As I was going through one of my folders on self-esteem, I rediscovered an article published by Sunshine Magazine in September 1990. If I like an article, it gets clipped or copied and I actually have a good filing system for all sorts of topics. I've had a couple of issues in my life recently that I need to dump so this article caught my attention. The old saying of teaching what you most need to know is so true. Perhaps it will help you or some  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Advice Articles Author :: Virginia Reeves 
 
 Article Title :: 7 Ways to Get More Work Done
 
SEVEN WAYS TO GET MORE WORK DONE When you think about the times you achieved full concentration on any type of job, you will remember that the work was easier, you were surprised at how much you accomplished, and the quality of the work was high. The problem is how to achieve this level of concentration, and how to reach it on a regular basis. Here's some ideas you can use to more fully develop this trait. 1. The first is obvious - practice concentrating. The more it becomes a habit, the less brain activity is necessary. Being able to focus becomes less difficult. Also, you will find that as you practice in different areas of your life, skills transfer from one task to another more easily  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Advice Articles Author :: Angela Booth 
 
 Article Title :: Two secrets to getting more done in less time
 
(c) Copyright Angela Booth 2002 You're completely bogged down with work. This week you must complete three client proposals, and two of your staff are out sick. You feel you have a better chance of sprouting wings and flying than getting those proposals done. From experience, you know that each proposal will take around four hours to do. However, you just don't have those 12 hours to spare. You decide that you will have to call your clients, tell them that you're overwhelmed, and assure them that you will deliver the proposals next week. What can you do when you've got way more work than you can get done? Whether the reason you're overloaded is that you're a procrastinator or someone who  (read full article)
 
 
Category :: Advice Articles Author :: Alina Ruigrok - www.love-sessions.com 
 
 Article Title :: Surviving a Long Distance Relationship
 
Challenging and difficult, though they may not be what we want to hear, are the words that best describe long distance relationships. Keep in mind however, that the words are challenging and difficult, not impossible. Many people choose to give a long distance relationship a try, with the constant curiosity if it was the right decision to make and if it even stands a chance. The truth is, a long distance relationship has just as much a chance of succeeding as any other relationship! Long Distance Relationships share the same facts as an average relationship. It involves two people who share an interest in each other’s lives, care for one another and of course have a love for each other t  (read full article)
 
 
 
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