Archive | December, 2012

2012 Year In Review

Here we are at the end of 2012. It’s been a good year for the most part, so I thought I’d take a little time to review: State of The Blog: This was by far my most successful year blogging. In the past, it’s been rather spotty, but for the past 5-6 months I’ve been […]

5 Steps to Sticking to Your Budget

2012 was a great year in a lot of ways, but it’s the end of the year and it’s time to put it to bed. It’s now time to start thinking about the year ahead. Make plans to make 2013 your best year ever, whether it be for your home, family, small business, or whatever […]

Review of The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey (3D)

Setting Up The Review: Here we are in the holiday season and many people may be considering going to the movies and plunking down $10-20 (each) for some entertainment with the family. It’s a pretty good excuse to get out of the house despite the cold, after all. Plus, by now, it may be worth […]

More Time Management Resources

Check out my previous post on time management for the start of this conversation. I’m writing this in mid-December, and that timing is pretty fortuitous. Starting off the new year is a GREAT time to get organized. Make a change that is going to help your business thrive this next year! You’ll find a TON […]

Do’s And Dont’s of Going Paperless in Direct Sales

Check out my previous posts on going paperless (Part 1 and Part 2) Once you have a framework for your workflow, you’ll need to start scanning stuff. Some items you’ll want to scan and then throw away the original. Other items you’ll want to keep the original, but it still useful to have the scanned […]

Paperless WorkFlow for Direct Sales Using Evernote

The key to the paperless office, I believe, is forming a habit of going paperless. That usually takes 21 days to form, and once its there, it becomes essentially second nature. In the case of going paperless it really breaks down to these 4 steps: 1. Scan Your Papers I have a set of “inboxes” […]

Consider the Paperless Office

This article should appeal to most any small business person, but I think it is particularly well suited towards the direct sales industry. As a Direct Sales Husband, this is something you might be asked to set up or help in setting up. Hopefully I can help. Any time you run a business, you definitely […]

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