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22
Jan
HAVE YOU BROKEN YOUR NEW YEAR’S RESOLUTIONS YET?

The top 10 resolutions for 2014 were losing weight, getting organized, spending less and saving more, enjoying life to  the fullest, staying fit and healthy, learning something exciting, quitting smoking, helping others in their dreams, falling in love and spending more time with family. Other popular resolutions include improving physical well-being, improving mental well-being, improving finances, improving career, improving education, improving self, taking a trip, volunteering, getting along better with people, making new friends, spending quality time with family members, settling down, discovering new cultures, being more spiritual and being more involved in activities.

 


15
Jan
GOAL SETTING IS THE KEY TO ACHIEVING GOALS

Goal setting is the most important thing you can do to achieve goals. If you don’t define your goals, how are you going to achieve them? They give you direction. Goals help you be more productive and efficient. They motivate you to achieve more. Goals help you persevere through challenges. They help you measure performance.  The most popular method is SMART goal setting attributed to Peter Drucker. Goals should be specific, measurable, attainable, relevant and time-based. Here’s how it’s done.


08
Jan
Think Habits, Not Resolutions

We are often told to make New Year’s Resolutions, but then by February we have all given up on those promises. I am encouraging you today to start the New Year early with looking at how to improve your habits, not make resolutions.

 

Real change does not happen overnight despite what Facebook, and a highlight society has promised. Most successful people have good daily habits, make proper decisions, and are consistent with their follow thru.


18
Dec
The 12 Facts About Christmas

Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays.

 

  1. Christmas Date

Christmas is celebrated December 25th in the United States, and other countries. Christmas is celebrated on January 7 in some Eastern Orthodox countries, such as Russia. Considered the most popular Christian observance, Christmas is also celebrated as a secular family holiday. The 12 days of Christmas is the period that in Christian theology marks the span between the birth of Christ and the coming of the Magi, the three wise men. It begins on December 25 (Christmas) and runs through January 6 (the Epiphany, sometimes also called Three Kings' Day). The four weeks preceding Christmas are collectively known as Advent, which begins four Sundays before Christmas and ends on December 24.


11
Dec
Invest In Yourself

“The best investment you can make is in yourself.” – Warren Buffet

 

Invest in yourself, and it will pay dividends to you, your family, and where you work. Making improvements in life is a choice. You have to decide to change. You also have to know what you want, and what you are willing to pay (sacrifice) to get it.


04
Dec
FOCUS IS THE KEY TO BUSINESS SUCCESS

Focus is one of the most important attributes of business success. Merriam Webster defines focus as a center of activity, attraction, attention and point of concentration. Focus increases productivity. Focus is the ability to pay attention to things that help and avoid distractions that hurt. Focus is integral in all aspects of thinking; perception, memory, learning, reasoning, problem solving and decision making. Focus improves your ability to think. Better thinking produces better quality and more efficient work. Dr. Jim Taylor, adjunct faculty at the University of San Francisco, wrote a great article on focus’ key to business success. Here’s some of the ways to increase your focus at work.


27
Nov
HOW TO HOST A RADIO SHOW

Hosting your own radio show is one of the best ways to brand yourself as an expert in your field, establish yourself as a thought leader, educate and entertain people and promote your business. It’s also fun to do. Hosting a radio show is not hard to do. There are thousands of talk radio stations in hundreds of cities throughout the country that need to fill 168 hours of programming each every week. That provides a lot of opportunities. You could host a show in your local station’s studio or do it remotely over the phone with any local or national station. Most stations will help you. There are also plenty of resources to help. It’s relatively low cost, free or you could get paid to do it. Here’s how it’s done.


20
Nov
The History Of Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving is a national holiday celebrated in Canada and the United States as a day of giving thanks for the blessing of the previous year's harvest. It's celebrated on the second Monday of October in Canada and on the fourth Thursday of November in the United States. It's also celebrated in several other countries around the world. Thanksgiving has its historical roots in religious and cultural institutions though it's mostly celebrated today in a secular manner.


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