Stop Wasting Time: Find the Right Job For YOU!

Many people are working at jobs that they are not suited for or are not suitable for them. They would rather be doing something else, somewhere else, using different skills and abilities. The majority of working people, by their own admission, do not feel fully challenged by their current jobs. Getting into or staying at a job for which you are not ideally suited is one of the greatest wastes of time in life. It can rob you of some of your most productive years.

Here is a question for you: If you receive $1 million in cash, tax free, would you continue to work at your current job?… Read more

7 Ways to Make Meetings More Efficient

Meetings are the third major time waster in the world of work. As much as 50% of working time is spent in meetings, either group meetings or one-on-one meetings. In the estimate of almost everyone, at least 50% of this time is wasted. This means that as much as 25% of all working time is lost in meetings of one kind or another.

However, meetings are not an evil. Meetings are a necessary business tool for exchanging information, solving problems, and reviewing progress. But they must be managed and they must be used effectively.

Here are 7 ways to increase the efficiency and improve the results of meeting time:… Read more

Get That Job!

Here’s a short excerpt, from my brand new report Get that Job!, that discusses unemployment in our nation’s economy and a few recommendations on how we as a country can transform our economy quickly to get Americans back to work. I hope you enjoy it.

Excerpt:
The biggest issue in our country today is jobs and unemployment.  But the fact is that unemployment is unnecessary in our economy.  As long as there are problems that need to be solved, and customer needs to be satisfied, there are always jobs for the creative minority, like you…. Read more

Business Analysis: Become A Numbers Person

Most entrepreneurs are motivated by ideas, concepts, hopes, desires, and optimism. They like to interact with people, to market and sell. They enjoy negotiating, communicating, and persuading. They are action-oriented and like to be in continuous motion. They start early, work hard, and stay later.

But most entrepreneurs are not “numbers” people. They have little patience for the details of financial statements and accounting. They are eager to get on with the business of meeting with people and selling the product. In fact, for most entrepreneurs, dealing with numbers is irritating and frustrating.

But nonetheless, for you to move solidly along the way to wealth, to become a successful entrepreneur, and eventually, a self-made millionaire, you must master the numbers in your business. You can hire bookkeepers, accountants, and financial advisors to help you, but you can never abdicate the responsibilities of fully understanding every penny and every dollar that comes in and out of your business.

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