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25 ACTIONS THAT BOOST YOUR CREATIVITY

25 ACTIONS THAT BOOST YOUR CREATIVITY

Increasing your creativity can bring you a whole new world of options to brighten your life. If you’re feeling stuck or overwhelmed, try improving your creative flow. You might be surprised how much this helps. ✓ Remember the reasons why you want to be creative✓ Make the decision to be…

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A CHECKLIST FOR KEEPING A POSITIVE ATTITUDE

A CHECKLIST FOR KEEPING A POSITIVE ATTITUDE

A positive attitude doesn’t happen on its own. A positive attitude is the result of your beliefs, expectations, habits, and focus. A positive mental attitude can have a positive impact on your relationships, creativity, career, and overall enjoyment. You’re more capable when you feel good and have high expectations. Use…

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WAYS TO BOOST YOUR CONFIDENCE

WAYS TO BOOST YOUR CONFIDENCE

If you’re looking to be a success in your business, confidence is one of the key factors in making that happen. While most of us have an idea of how to build confidence, it’s a muscle that needs continual exercise. Here are a few tips – pick one or two…

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8 SIMPLE WAYS TO HAVE A MORE PRODUCTIVE DAY

8 SIMPLE WAYS TO HAVE A MORE PRODUCTIVE DAY

The more you get done each day, the more success you can experience. You also give yourself the opportunity to have more free time, too. Time always seems to be in short supply. If you get more out of your day, you’re making better use of your time. Increasing your…

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30 TIPS FOR CREATING SUCCESSFUL E-NEWSLETTERS

30 TIPS FOR CREATING SUCCESSFUL E-NEWSLETTERS

Follow these tips for developing, marketing and maintaining a successful email newsletter. 1. Set goals to reach a specific number of subscribers for the first month, year, etc.2. Choose a niche whose needs you are prepared to meet.3. Swap lists with others who teach on similar subjects only with permission.4.…

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WHAT IS THE POMODORO TECHNIQUE?

WHAT IS THE POMODORO TECHNIQUE? | Bergh Consulting

The Pomodoro Technique is a time management method using a kitchen timer.  It was developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s. Typically it involves 25-minute work intervals with a 5-minute break in between each one. I find this technique to be one of the best methods for productivity out there…

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