This gem of a book tells the story of one life but illuminates in the process a swathe of history, writes Nicolette Jones Written by the curator of timekeeping at the Greenwich Observatory, it relates the life of a woman who sold time to the clockmakers of London.
The following is a guest post by Cristian Dorobantescu of the Small Business Entrepreneur Blog from Romania.
Waiting on hold stinks.
In the 1980s and 1990s, a clock radio would have vied with underwear as the most boring gift.
When you are adding a new appointment, YourAM will automatically resolve time slots for availability.
TimeSheet can be useful for just about anyone looking to see specifics on how they’re spending their time.
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Some small businesses in rather small “mom and pop” type of towns have for a long time set hour’s of operation at the low end of the spectrum, having open times equalling a mere 10 or 12 hour’s per week.
Success in a networking group comes when the rest of the group members trust you enough to open up their best referrals to you.
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The thought of actually sitting down and scheduling some lazy “do absolutely nothing” time probably seems very stupid as well as a waste of time.
One of the interesting things about coaching is how much you learn about yourself in the process of working with clients.