Wed, 14 November 2012
Do you ever feel like a hamster on a wheel? As if you have to keep running to keep your business afloat, and have no option ever stop? If you'd like to start living a different kind of life… a life where you work less, and actually accomplish more, then today's podcast is for you.
Tip Of The Week
This week's tip is for an iPad app called Notability. This is my favorite new app. It's about so much more than just taking notes. This app does allow you to take notes, but it also gives you the power to share your ideas using Dropbox and other convenient online services. You can combine notes, sketches, and even photos, and it is even a great way to make quick presentations. Plus, I now feel that I can (sometimes) leave my Moleskine behind, because I have Notability on my iPad. Check it out.
The secret to having peace and eliminating stress is not simply working hard to eliminate negative thoughts. You have to replace them with something else.:
Be encouraged that God has provided a way for you to live in peace and to be worry free, even in the midst of terrible circumstances. Think on it!
How To Get More Done By Working Less
It is entirely possible for almost anyone to get more accomplished in less hours. In fact, I can almost guarantee it. Here are five ways to get more done by working less:
1. Have a hard stop.
2. Stop working Fridays.
3. Work in defined blocks of time.
4. Check email only once per day.
5. Write out a “not to do list”.
The Lifestyle Business
Stu McLaren returns as our “lifestyle business correspondent”.
I will be making an appearance onstage at James Malinchak's “Big Money Speaker Bootcamp” December 6-9 in LA. I'm super-excited about this event! I don't know if you saw ABC's hit TV show, “Secret Millionaire”… James was featured on the show. At the Boot Camp, he shares his strategies and tips on how to become a Big Money Speaker.
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