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Quote Of The Week #62

You may delay, but time will not. — Benjamin Franklin Continue reading

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30 Questions Every Leader Should Ask Themselves

Being a great leader depends on how well they know themselves. Leaders must make sure that they are self-aware, clearly communicate their goals and expectations, reach their goals, set high standards, expect quality work and meet deadlines, demonstrate that all their … Continue reading

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Fast Focus By Damon Zahariades

In Fast Focus, a quick-start guide to mastering your attention, ignoring distractions, and getting more done in less time!, Damon Zahariades provides tools and strategies to manage your ability to focus. What is focus? Focus is the concentration required to consciously … Continue reading

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Damon Zahariades

Damon Zahariades is a productivity expert, owner of the blog Art Of Productivity and the author of Fast Focus, a quick-start guide to mastering your attention, ignoring distractions, and getting more done in less time!.

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Quote Of The Week #56

If you do nothing unexpected, nothing unexpected happens.
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Acquiring Impressive Problem-Solving Skills In 6 Steps

Leaders are often faced with recurring issues in their personal and in their professional lives. On a daily basis, they fight to retain talent, to keep their businesses alive, to keep up with the market, to increase their return on … Continue reading

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Overcoming Procrastination & Becoming More Proactive

Whether you work from home or go to the office, procrastination plagues everybody. However, a leader has no room for procrastination. Leaders who procrastinate are ineffective, unproductive and unaware of their own abilities. They are unable to make the right decisions … Continue reading

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7 Pragmatic Principles Of Office Politics

There are laws and principles that govern the workplace. We can either ignore them, acknowledge them or abide by them. These laws and principles are the most visible when someone has been promoted, is moving forward or a new boss … Continue reading

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The Importance Of Innovation In Leadership

Welcoming innovation and creating an overall innovation culture at work is not easy but necessary. Most company cultures have very limiting unwritten rules when it comes to innovation. For the most part, innovators in corporate culture are seen as irresponsible, … Continue reading

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Getting Promoted At Work — 32 Easy Strategies To Take Control Of Your Career

Getting a promotion is a long and complex process that can trigger your innermost insecurities. Therefore, it requires a lot of internal and external work.  Furthermore, getting promoted involves being willing to take risks, changing your bad habits, increasing self-awareness, … Continue reading

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