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Do you feel you have a grip on your money? Maybe you’ve tried to get your finances in order in the past, but got discouraged because it took too much effort and energy. Maybe today you’re thinking: “well, I make decent money and I can make ends meet, why bother going deep into my finances? That’s just a waste of time, I’m busy enough as it is”.
Perhaps you never really know if you can afford that pair of shoes, and when you buy it anyway, you feel guilty. Because maybe, you’ve just spent money you shouldn’t have. Or maybe not. Not sure. Hmmm. Perhaps you know it’s something you still need to get a hold of, somewhere in the back of your head, but you just need an extra nudge, an extra kick in the butt.
Let’s do this. First let’s talk about why it is so important for you to get a grip on your finances. I think everyone should have a Money System of their own, that guides their financial lives. What do I...
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5 Keys to Success
1) Be on time.
In fact, arrive early for appointments and meetings. Plan time milestones in your daily schedule that tell you when to begin transferring to an appointment. That is, note when you will stop working on a task, begin collecting resource materials, and start traveling. Allow time for delays in travel, especially if driving. Consider: The fastest way to destroy people's trust in you is to waste their time.
2) Communicate with others.
Answer your phone and return phone calls. Listen carefully and completely when people talk to you. Show an interest in others before telling about yourself. When making phone calls devote all of your attention to what the other person is saying (instead of time sharing with other tasks, such as checking e-mail or playing computer games). Phone others only when you can devote full attention to what the other person is saying. Consider: ignoring people is rude and unprofessional.
3) Plan projects.
For example, always...
So, a few years ago I hopped on the Google Calendar train.
I have always been a pen and paper chick as far as planning (that is…WHEN I used a planner). I have totally been known for mentally scheduling things vs. writing them down. Oops!
Google Calendars has been ESSENTIAL this week and has been a total game-changer for me to the point where I’m sitting here thinking….dang, what did I even do with my days before this calendar?! Whaaat?! Yep. My life’s been THAT different.
Here’s what’s happened:
The moment I started scheduling my days, my content creating has been insanely productive.
BECAUSE I BECAME ORGANIZED!
Also because I’m not ‘running out of time’ to create killer content. I have my YEAR scheduled out so that I know each day WHAT is a MUST, and what is a BUST (aka, what I need to quit doing…aka wasting time on).
Before this fancy pants calendar (did I mention it’s ...