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Start at once.

When you don’t know how much time you need to do a new project, start at once. Do ten percent of the work.

Ten percent is enough for you to approximate the amount of time you need to finish this new project. Planning will help you only when you have done a similar project. For a new project, you must start at once.

You are your choices.

Beggars don’t choose, some say. But being a beggar is a choice. We become because of our choices.  In my time management seminars, I asked participants to list as many...

Clear Vision

Most vision statements don’t inspire people to action because they don’t give people meaning. It takes many organizations months to come up with a vision statement. When it is done,...

Online buyers beware.

Business is good for Lazada. Their delivery van goes around the neighborhood each day. The delivery man said that he now serves more than a thousand orders every day. That...

Why Team Leaders Encourage Magnetic Relationship

A common mistake is to consider work as impersonal endeavor. Work is interpersonal. Cultivate a culture where your members value good relationships. Encourage magnetic relationships. When members have magnetic relationships,...

Make every minute count!

A minute for a dying man is a lifetime. Gladwell said that we need to work for 10,000 solid hours to become an expert of something. Unfortunately, even those who have...

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