12 Missing Pieces to Time Management

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Time Mangement

One of the most popular subjects that people want to know about is time management. It’s just part of organization. Time management is a relatively simple concept. The way I teach it, there are twelve strategies which includes three competencies, three principles, three techniques and three corollaries. So, let’s just do an overview of what… Read more »

How Relationships Work

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Doug Carter’s Video Blog Post How Relationships Work Learn how relationships work for personal or business situations. Transcription of Video: How Relationships Work Oftentimes somebody will come to me and they will ask me for help on their relationship with somebody else. So they will have some relationship and they’ve got some tussle going on,… Read more »

How to Keep Good Employees

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When I interview Executives and Business Owners I’m still surprised at how many of these people complain about losing their good people. One of the biggest reasons you may be losing your brightest and best may be because of the way you hired them. Most of us instinctively want to hire someone who is already competent at the job they’re filling. But that may not be the best thing to do.

Missing Piece to Goal Setting

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Your goals represent your ambitions that motivate you to take your business to the next level. It acts like a driving force that keeps you moving towards your objective in life. Goal-setting gives a direction to your business and also motivates your workers to contribute towards the success of your business.

Goal Setting What Most People Do Wrong

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When it comes to goal setting, many people consider themselves experts on the subject. In fact, if you type a search in Google for goal setting you will get approximately 98 million results. In my opinion there are really two overrated tips or ideas that people may miss when talking about goal setting. The first is somewhat part of our culture, sort of an urban myth.