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Do not refresh or check for new messages, or have email opened all the time. It will kill your productivity. Establish specific hours for doing emails of different types.


Create and manage your schedule in a calendar. Use time blocks for different types of calls, meetings, heads-down work and even email, family time and workouts.


Never add new tasks in front of the queue, add them to the bottom. Complete what you are doing first.


Prioritize and only do what matters. Avoid busy work and going in all directions. Say no to stuff that won’t move the needle.


Networking is something that we all have to do to get business. I am sure you all know that there is an Association for everything. Many of these associations have local meetings for you to network with. For Example, I Read more…

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2018 South Sound Small Business VIRTUAL Summit

Were you able to attend the 2018 South Sound Small Business Summit? We have good news for you. This year we created the 2018 South Sound VIRTUAL Small Business Summit. For $15 you have the ability to ... See more

**THIS GIVES YOU ACCESS TO VIDEO OF THE 2018 SOUTH SOUND SMALL BUSINESS SUMMIT ** Did you miss the 2018 South Sound Small Business Summit on May 1st 2018? That is ok, you can attend online! $15.00 ... See more

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Great Small Business Roundtable with the Tacoma Chamber Staff. Today we talked about employee motivation and maximizing per hour employees. Join us at Tacoma Clarion Inn Near JBLM 1st Wednesday of ... See more

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The Student Loan Report - Private Student Loans, Student Loan Refinancing, & Industry News

Studentloans.net research finds the average debt burden carried by a college graduate as of the end of 2016 was $27,857.

Walmart Employees Can Pay $1 Per Day to Go to College by Andrew Rombach | Jun 5, 2018 | National News, News | 0 On May 30th, Walmart announced that they would pay for the large majority of their ... See more

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