The Greatest Threats to Your Business Longevity

January 18, 2022

You want to ensure the longevity of your business, so you must address any issues that prevent you from reaching this goal. Here are the greatest threats to your business longevity. High Costs Eliminate high costs in your business model, such as employee churn. High levels of churn mean your business could lose thousands each…

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13 Ways to COLOR CODE Your Planner for Maximum Productivity

January 18, 2022

I consider myself a productivity expert, or “The Productivity Queen” as one of my clients affectionately named me. One of the most important things for me to know if I’m on track with my goals is to instantly see my progress. I want to look at my calendar or planner and know immediately if something…

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Editor’s Notebook 259

January 15, 2022

The Editor’s Notebook is my place to share the things I’m loving this week and other random links that have caught my eye. Enjoy! What I’m Loving This Week 7 Easy Ways To Get Out Of Debt In 2022. Many of my clients are working on their debt-free journeys. Colors: Where did they go? An…

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What Your Small Business Can Learn From the Big Guys

January 15, 2022

Big companies dominate global markets but not necessarily the labor market. Fortune 500 companies are only around 20% of the workforce, and the remaining 80% is in smaller companies.  If you’re running a small business and want to be more successful, then you can learn and implement lessons of the big guys. Embrace Failure Big…

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5 Smart Ways to Manage Your Money This Year

January 13, 2022

It’s a new year, and that means new chances to improve your finances. Many of my clients have financial goals such as paying off debt, building their savings, increasing their business income, hiring staff, and planning vacations. When you manage your money like a pro, then you can make choices that you might not have…

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