If your to-do list never seems to get any shorter and you wake up every day feeling overwhelmed and overworked, try some of these productivity hacks to get more done in less time, and with a lot less stress.
In this post we’re wrapping up a fantastic conversation I’ve been having with my friend and mentor Kelly McCausey. If you need to catch up on the convo, click through to read… Part 1: Entrepreneurship and Mindset Part 2: Self Development & Online Entrepreneurship Part 3: An Open Letter to
This is part four of a cross-blog conversation with my friend and mentor, Kelly McCausey, all about mindset and how it impacts your business. You can read part one on Kelly’s blog here, part two (my response) here, and part three here. In part three, Kelly has asked me for
Join Kelly McCausey and me for a cross-blog conversation about how mindset and self-development work create your success in business—and in life.
Eighty. That’s how many times each day you check your phone. In fact, in this past year, that number has gone up to nearly 150. That’s once every seven minutes.
One of the most frequent questions I’m asked is, “How did you build that?” Here are the essential tools that keep my business running.
You know what no one told me when I was getting ready to quit my day job and go into business for myself? How much I would miss that steady paycheck. I mean, sure I was earning a lot less than I would make being self-employed, but at least I knew exactly when my check would arrive, and exactly how much it would be.
Limiting beliefs about money can kill your small business. Here’s how I identified (and overcame) the negative self-talk that held me back, and how you can, too.
Out of control inbox stressing you out? Virtual service providers rely on email and these 5 steps will clear out the chaos and help keep you organized.