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Top Retirement Planning Mistakes

  In recent years the vast majority of Americans have learned a very hard lesson, and that is that if they are going to be able to retire on time and in a manner in which that have envisioned, it will be up to them to ensure that it happens. …

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Success by Multiplying Yourself

  Have you started a business, or have you bought yourself a job?  The difference between business and job lies partly in whether or not you can manage to multiply yourself.   Let’s illustrate:  a master woodworker starts his own company because his talent in fine inlaid furniture has attracted…

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Learn to Set Goals

  There are those who are bounded by laws and rules, yet success is too distant for them. On the other hand, there are those who appears to be easy going people but are successful. Think you have what it takes to be like them? Or would you rather do…

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Strategic Planning Steps for Optimum Business Management

  The Strategic Planning Steps philosophy/business system is an organizational tool that is used by groups and corporations globally to refine their goals and maximize their resources. Drawing from the concepts of strategic military planning, the Strategic Planning process is one way in which businesses strive to attain a competitive…

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7 Things to Leave off your Resume

  So you’re writing your resume and figure the structure is fine, but what about the content? With more and more resumes being sent to fewer positions, employers see the same phrases come up over and over again. In order to write a resume that stands out, job seekers should…

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Stress Reduction Techniques

  Our brains and bodies react to dissatisfaction, unhappiness, anxiety, stress, anger, and threats in the same way, and to a greater or lesser degree, depending on the intensity (immediacy) of the actual or perceived situation.  The brain’s warning center sands a “squish” of chemicals that cause the body to…

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4 Tips for Efficient Succession Planning

  One of the most common leadership development questions that I hear from executives is, “Why does succession planning feel like such a waste of time?” I do a lot of work on executive coaching and succession with my good friend, Jim Moore. Jim is the former CLO of three…

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