Ten Minute Alert

Today’s audio diary is called the Ten Minute Alert.

I have always been a big fan of having an alert minutes prior to having to do something. So, if I have to leave for a meeting, I set the alarm for ten minutes before I need to leave. If I’m playing tennis, I set the alarm […]

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Seven Tips I Learned About Working From Home – From My Working Mom

By Brian Edmondson

I was sweeping up in my mom’s hair salon, just like I had done dozens of times before. And my mom was sitting counting out the drawer. I remember the look of concentration on her face as she made sure that the right amount of money was there. She smiled up at me […]

By |Thursday, April 4, 2013|Categories: Issues|Tags: , , , , | Comments

Get More Done In Less Time

By Craig Ballantyne

One of my favorite things to do back out on the farm is to take ol’ Bally the Dog for a swim. Now the great thing about chocolate labs is that they are up for a good swim 365 days a year, even in the dead of winter. So we’ll go for a […]

By |Thursday, February 7, 2013|Categories: Business, How-To, Issues|Tags: , , , , , , , , | Comments

Is Your Time Worth What You Think It Is?

By Ali Brown

Time is the most important asset you have–and unlike money, once you’ve spent it, you can’t earn any more. That’s why it’s so important to make the most of your 24 hours, especially as a business owner.

So, how can you become more productive and profitable, without working insane hours and sacrificing your personal […]

By |Thursday, January 17, 2013|Categories: Issues|Tags: , , , , , , , , , , | Comments

Create Your Ideal Life

By MaryEllen Tribby

I believe you get out of life what you put into it.

When you build support systems, prioritize tasks and make smart decisions, you will have the time and energy to lead the life you crave.

A couple of weeks ago I shared my minute-by-minute schedule and asked that you do the same.

I also […]

P.O.A.

Hello. In today’s audio diary I want to talk about what I call a POA sheet. And what POA stands for is Plan Of Action. I want you to create one and I want to make sure that every single time you walk into a meeting, you have a POA with you, so that you […]

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You Can’t Squeeze a Freakin’ Into a Dang

By MaryEllen Tribby

It really isn’t such a big mystery.

When my family and I moved back to South Florida from Texas, people wanted to know “why?”. Everyone thought there was a big juicy story to be told.

But, the bottom line was that it was simple. We did not enjoy living in Texas. Now don’t get me […]

The Minute-by-Minute Schedule of a Successful Entrepreneur

By MaryEllen Tribby

“You play so much tennis, I don’t understand how you have time to run your company.” This was a comment made by my sister-in-law the other night at dinner.

Now, she certainly is not the first person to say something like this to me.

As a matter of fact, colleagues, clients and friends often ask […]