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Watches : Cool S#!T

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Once upon a time, clock makers pieced the essentials of motive power to make clock mechanisms function with a means to transmit and regulate this power into steady measures. Then they found ways to mark these measurements within the movements so that time could be known to the viewer on the outside. Expressing my fascination for […]

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Successful Delegation

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  Delegation often resembles an act of dump-n-run when what we are aiming for is an empowered handoff packed with clarity. Here are a few things I have had to learn in order to experience the latter: 1) Ask more, tell less during the pass off. Questions open the other person’s mind and heart up. […]

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Stuck In Perfectionism?

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Are you unconsciously holding yourself back? Answer “yes” or “no” to the following questions and find out: Do you feel what you accomplish is never quite good enough? Do you find that you are rarely satisfied with your completed projects and work? Do you believe that if you do not do a perfect job that […]

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The Truth about List Making

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I’m not really against list making. I simply see too many of us feverishly making lists in an effort to get things done. And once the list is finished, we push back with a false sense that we just accomplished something when all we did was relieve our mind of a swarm of tasks.  List […]

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Bookmark Your Brain Before Bed

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There are hundreds of ways to mark your place in a book. Some people “dog-ear” a corner while others tuck a commercially crafted marker into their books. This simple practice must save readers a trillion hours a year. If you are one of them, an easy transference of this skill might save you more than […]

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Using the Power of Focus for Weekly Planning

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The practice of doing weekly and daily planning are imperative when we want to improve our power of focus – getting the most important things accomplished. The four-step process we advocate when using our iPhone app Today and Not Today can be applied to weekly planning. Here’s a quick tutorial on how to use the same four-step strategy […]

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A Lucid 8 Minutes on Time Mastery

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What I know about time management I have harvested through my lack of time and focus management. Many of these lessons were hard-earned. Asking my mind to function in an abstract-random manner is easy. Asking it to move into linear thought patterns takes more effort. It’s a good thing that I’m a gifted “connector” who […]

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Small Wins

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Sometimes it is wiser to get yourself quick small wins in terms of your daily “to do” list than it is to take on the biggest, hardest task first. To this point, a study tracked customers who were given frequent visit cards at two different car washes. Both establishments offered a free visit when all […]