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Find Out How Much Your Time Is Worth Before You Waste Any More of It

by Dan S. Kennedy, Entrepreneur.com
November 1, 2017

The following excerpt is from the Dan S. Kennedy’s book No B.S. Time Management for Entrepreneurs. Buy it now from Amazon | Barnes & Noble | iTunes | IndieBound In whatever ways you can, in your business, you need to seek leverage. In terms of work productivity, leverage is, in essence, the difference between the base cost for your hour and the amount of money you...[Click to read more]

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The Day-to-Day Practices That Will Help You Get What Matters Done

by Pascal Finette, Singularityhub.com
November 1, 2017

There’s a widely-held belief that extraordinarily successful people—be they artists, writers, actors, athletes, or entrepreneurs—are gifted with an innate talent, and that their talent is what gets them to the top. But people with standout success stories tend to have other well-honed but less-heralded skills that play an even bigger role than their talent does in...[Click to read more]

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Why Working Remote Can Improve Employee Productivity

by Brian Zeng, Tech.co
October 31, 2017

It may paint a pretty picture, but working from home is not as easy as it seems from a distance, even with high-paying telecommuting jobs on the rise. Remote workers face multiple challenges on a regular basis, which include but are not limited to isolation, constant interruptions, unannounced guest, technical glitches and time zone differences. It’s obvious...[Click to read more]

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The Complete History of Working from Home

by Brie Weiler Reynolds, Flexjobs.com
October 30, 2017

Brie Weiler Reynolds and Adrianne Bibby co-authored this post.  As a site that champions flexible and remote work, everyone here at FlexJobs knows quite a bit about the history of flexible working. But we wanted to dig deeper to see what we could find, in particular, about the history of working from home. And we really do mean...[Click to read more]

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How Offices Are Innovating To Improve Our Happiness, Productivity And Well Being

by Andrea Loubier, Forbes.com
October 30, 2017

How engaged are you at work? Probably not much. So let’s consider the “future of work”. According to Gallup’s 2014 State of the Global Workplace report, 51% of workers said they weren’t engaged with 17% saying they were actively disengaged. So what can improve these dismal stats and increase productivity and workplace happiness? The answer is office design. With the...[Click to read more]

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The modern workplace doesn’t work for introverts, and that’s an expensive problem

by Morra Aarons-Mele, Work.qz.com
October 28, 2017

When I was a both a new mother and budding entrepreneur, I often had to pump while meeting clients at their offices. When I finally found the “wellness” room, I can’t tell you how many times it was already occupied by someone seeking refuge from an open office plan. Even the conference rooms would often...[Click to read more]

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