A Rebel’s Guide To Productivity

A Rebel's Guide To Productivity

  You planned your day, making sure to include tasks that would further your goals, move your projects along, and keep you on top of routine tasks, too. The problem is you didn't follow your plan. If this didn't-go-as-planned day had been a rare occurrence, you wouldn't worry about it. But the fact is, it's happened more than once. You've tried to address it with … [Read more...]

4 Factors To Building A Platform

This is a guest post by Dan Black. Dan has a passion to help people of influence reach their potential. He writes about leadership at danblackonleadership.com. You can connect with him on Twitter and also get a free leadership quote eBook by clicking here.  If you want to maximize your leadership and move toward your dreams then you might want to build a platform. It would be … [Read more...]

Comfortable Misery

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Comfortable misery. I introduced it in a blogpost last week and defined it as a state of mind where you simply give up. Or don’t begin. It’s like a low-grade fever that doesn’t go away. It’s there, it doesn’t feel good, but you’ve gotten somewhat comfortable with feeling bad about it. As a personal productivity coach and trainer, I tend to see a lot of it. Of course I’m not … [Read more...]

Which Came First: The Person or the Brand?


This is a guest blog post by Dwayne Morris. Dwayne is the author of the book, the OUTRAGEOUS life. You can purchase it on Amazon, or get the introduction for free when you subscribe to his blog. You can also connect with him on Twitter and Facebook. There seems to be a lot of buzz about developing our “brand.” It’s the idea that we need to find a niche and then begin honing our … [Read more...]