How to build a profitable organization that will stand the test of time.

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“To attract good luck to oneself, it is necessary to take advantage of opportunities.”

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When you’ve got a lot going on, To-Do lists can feel confusing and overwhelming. A Person Kanban can fix that.

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Do you have too much work to handle and no time to get it done? Does it feel like the amount of work is getting out of hand? A Personal Kanban might just be what you need.

People feel stressed a lot. Most of it is because of huge workloads and family responsibilities.

There’s always pressure.

You have to meet the expectations of your boss and juggle time to get things done.

You have other things going on with your life. It’s not all work.

It’s tough to balance.

When you have multiple projects to handle you become unreliable, non-responsive, and lose focus on higher goals. …

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The Rule of Three will transform how you work and make high-output effortless.

Lost the whole day to busywork? Didn’t complete anything meaningful today?

We’ve all been there.

Here’s the truth:

You have goals to achieve.

But it’s easy to get sidetracked from them and get stuck with the little things.

These distractions can be:

  • Replying to unimportant emails
  • New tasks you’re assigned
  • Noisy environments

The little things drain your energy and add no value to your time.

And what’s more:

They also prevent you from staying on track and being effective when moving forward.

If you want to check the boxes on your to-do list faster than ever before, you need The Rule of Three. …

Lessons on how to manage employees, build relationships, and how to work as an effective CEO.

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“We don’t control the barriers or the people who put them there. But we control ourselves — and that is sufficient.”

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“If you want success, figure out the price, then pay it. It sounds trivial and obvious, but if you unpack the idea it has extraordinary power.”

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You’re efficient and accomplish almost everything. Oh, except for the most important things.

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Productive procrastination sounds intriguing, doesn’t it?

Can you both procrastinate AND be productive?

That sounds like heaven for many of us.

Now, what is productive procrastination?

Is it even a good thing?

Productive procrastination is when you’re busy, yet you’re still procrastinating on your most important tasks.

For example:

You work 8 -10h workdays, you’re always busy, and you feel that you’re productive.

But you’re not as productive as you think.

Is your big project done? Is it even moving in any direction?

If the answer is “not exactly”, you’re presumably a victim of productive procrastination.

By keeping yourself busy with a lot of to-do’s, you distract yourself from doing the work. The work that’s important and impactful still remains untouched. …

Doing what you truly want is frightening. Fear-setting helps you overcome this.

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‘Fear-setting’ sounds like a black sheep of the goal-setting family.

But it’s actually a way to improve your entire life.

If you’ve just come out from under a rock, welcome back. Tim Ferriss is this guy who wrote a book called ‘ The 4 Hour Workweek ‘. It changed the way we think about work, life, and everything in between.

Ferriss was deciding whether to take a short trip to London. He wanted to try out removing himself as the bottleneck in his own company.

The month-long trip became 18 months of adventure, travel, and learning. The company became more profitable and his entire life improved. …


Dan Silvestre

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