Hi! I'm Dane Carlson, and welcome to the Business Opportunities Weblog. I've been publishing this website, by myself, and sometimes with the help of others for over twelve years now. You'll notice two things about this site right away:
Most of these kind of books are a bunch of hand-waving generalities, or out of date particulars; this one is very specific and very current.
The life of a trucker has always been hard, especially for long-haul drivers.
There’s nothing odd about it, says Dorsey, a 28-year-old unemployed writer and editor in Florida.
A higher percentage of the morning people agreed with statements that indicate proactivity, such as “I spend time identifying long-range goals for myself” and “I feel in charge of making things happen.” Though evening people do have some advantages—other studies reveal they tend to be smarter and more creative than morning types, have a better sense of humor, and are more outgoing—they’re out of sync with the typical corporate schedule.
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Have you ever heard the phrase “are you working hard or hardly working?”, this article that I recently read on Open Forum talks directly about how you can actually work less in order to do better in your business.
As one boss says, when people are focused on surviving, they forget that the end goal is thriving.
The user stacks their tasks on the base, committing to them.
Companies like Global Response can do just that, remove the risk of outsourcing.
If the computer screen is not yet the Big Brother of George Orwell’s 1984, along with invasive accomplices like the BlackBerry and iPhone, it may be seen as a kind of tolerated Little Brother, ever tugging at our sleeves for attention,” Donkin writes.
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An article was recently posted on Open Forum regarding how to boost your productivity in the work place by slowing down and taking more time for things that you have cut out of your day on purpose.