Inbox Zero IS Attainable

I know this because my good friend, Inbox 0, came to visit today after several long and painful months of being MIA. Oh how I’ve missed my good friend Inbox 0. I started with 70+ emails (which is normal). Typically I’m able to get that quantity down to 30+ or 40+…

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Your Lack of Confidence Is Keeping Me From Hiring You

I’m in charge of all sales hiring at the company I work for. I review applications, review submitted video answers to questionnaires, and interview the applicants. Here’s the one thing that almost instantly disqualifies an applicant I’m reviewing: Lack of confidence.   If you sound unsure of yourself while telling…

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Everyone Is An Addict – Even You

Isn’t it weird that humans are chemically addicted to their relationships with each other? If you lose someone in life (death, break-ups, etc) you go through a chemical withdrawal. You’re not getting the endorphins that person used to cause you and it’s literally like not doing drugs after becoming addicted.  …

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Using Medication vs. Toughing it Out

3-4 Days ago I started to feel awful.   Not sure if it was tonsillitis or just realllly bad allergies but I was suffering. I was torn between being tough and just waiting out the bug/allergies or taking medicine to decrease my pain.   Pro’s to waiting it out:   I…

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Health First, Making Millions Second

This morning I watched a grumpy lady yell at the eye doctors and assistants for not getting her son into his appointment on time, and sat and waited my turn. I went back 40 minutes after my scheduled appointment but hey, I’m not a grumpy lady.   I found out…

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If Only the Government Was Run by Leslie Knope

For those of you that have seen Parks and Recreation, it’s a show about a group of people who are much too pleasant and productive to be government workers.   Here’s what I’m getting to. Leslie Knope is the most fictional government worker. Fictional because she’s extremely productive and because she…

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