Tax Tips and Highlights for 2013-14

Each year I put together the following check list to be sure all business owners have an overview of important tax information for their business. I hope this provides some insights of important highlights in place now and some will be coming in 2014: Payroll Tax Issues In November 2013,… Read More!

How to set realistic deadlines and stick to them

Learn to set realistic deadlines and honor them. Every project or task needs to have one. It gives you a framework in which to work. It also allows you to budget the time in small increments to reach that deadline. The average administrator is interrupted every six minutes. Therefore it's… Read More!

How to remove distractions and concentrate on results oriented activities

Goals must be clearly visible so that when people come by to distract you, you can look at your list and see if it has anything to do with what you have planned for the day. If you honestly evaluate how your day is used, you'll find that 80% of… Read More!

Be intentionally with your work and life every day

Set aside some part of your day for physical fitness. Although there is no proof your life will last longer, your life will be better if you exercise. Take at least 30 minutes for some type of movement, whether it's aerobics, walking, jogging, swimming, racquetball or whatever. Concentrate on one… Read More!

Take Back The Clock!

Do you remember that famous trilogy, Back to The Future with Michael J. Fox? The theme of each movie was going back in time or going into the future. But the common theme was clear. It was all about time. A word depending on how it's used could be both… Read More!

Use Your Prime Time

The idea is to do your most difficult projects during your prime hours. If you try to tackle them during your worst times, you will find yourself procrastinating. You must also learn to prioritize. Most management books talk about A, B and C priorities. A's are both urgent and important.… Read More!

Reduce Stress by Making More Time

Time management can lead to greater productivity, less stress and pressure, and more creativity. In addition, knowing one is more organized and in control adds to confidence, enthusiasm and flexibility. Remember, if you only pick up 30 minutes a day, that represents 22 more eight hour days. In the working… Read More!