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How Workplace Bullying Nearly Ruined Me

April 26th, 2017|0 Comments

From early on in my career, I always got head-hunter calls. When you reach a certain level of expertise, they find you. This was before LinkedIn and Facebook, and they could still find you. At […]

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Why Employee Turnover Is Expensive and What You Can Do About It

March 6th, 2017|1 Comment

As we grow our businesses, there comes a time where we need to hire someone to pick up the slack. Oftentimes, these are the entry-level jobs. While entry-level jobs aren’t the highest paying jobs, turnover […]

Three Simple Tools to Keep You on Track

February 10th, 2017|0 Comments

Here are my top three tools to keep on track:

First: Schedule Everything
This works for everyone, whether you are running a business, running a family, or both! The power of getting things done is to make […]

I am working on rediscovering the things that make me happy. A nice cup of tea while sitting on the sofa watching the snow fall. Knitting a blanket, thinking about the recipient. Driving down the highway, singing along with the radio. Losing track of time while I plan a trip.
When I tap into these small things, it helps spark my creativity in other parts of my life. Like deciding to get rid of the Ferrero Rocher hazelnut chocolates by popping them into cupcakes. [Tip: Just place them on top of the batter. The cake batter will rise around the chocolate yumminess, effectively hiding it inside the cupcake.]
Doing something that makes you happy is contagious. So find what it is and make time to do it.
It is good to track which of your marketing efforts have worked and those which have not worked. The source of your clients may surprise you, as well as how long they have been part of your community.
Packing and unpacking used to take a long time. As I have travelled a lot more than I ever did before starting a business, I have gotten better at it. I stay on track with the use of a checklist. After every trip, I review the checklist and modify as necessary. What would make things better? What was unnecessary? How can I make travel that much easier on myself? Also, by having a checklist, I never forget my phone charger… or at least not since I added it to the list.

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