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Time Management

Choose to Make Time for YOU

I received this letter recently from a real estate broker: Dear Sandy, Perhaps you can do an article on finding time to make appointments with yourself and your loved ones; that is, the ones who aren’t too busy? When and why did this happen?  We have more “time savers” than ever before, but there is…

Is This the Best Thing?

Are you finding yourself spending too much time focused on unimportant distractions and wondering how you can better manage your time? This week, Sandy offers a super simple, low-tech solution to this familiar problem. Implement his suggestion, and you’ll flow through your day focused on the progress that REALLY matters. If you’re ready to focus…

The Guilt-a-Beast

Over the past two weeks, I’ve been busy producing material that you may find useful. Two weeks ago, Postema Marketing Group sponsored a Webinar I presented called Making Client Referrals Easy.  The entire program is now available on YouTube, just by CLICKING HERE. This week, Sabrina-Marie Wilson released my interview on her acclaimed radio show “Abundant Success”, and it’s…

You Can’t Count the Time You Spend Washing Socks

Many professionals complain about the long hours they work.  For some, at least, all those hours are being compensated.  These professionals are moving and shaking because they want to make as much money as possible—even at the cost of family time, recreation, and often, their own health.  It’s difficult to be sympathetic about their complaints,…

Throw Away Your “To Do” List

Every week, I try to provide you with a message of value—either to keep you motivated, or to help you hone your skills to get more clients—or for whatever else you want in your life.  Today’s message has an almost Shakespearian relevance: “To Do” or “NOT to Do”…That is the Question! During my workshops, when…

Focus on the Vital Few

“There’s just never enough time to do all the things that need to be done!” Dave, an insurance producer, told me during a recent workshop.  “Is it possible,” I asked Dave, “that you’re focusing on the trivial many instead of the vital few, and that’s why you don’t have enough time?” I explained to the…

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