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What happens if you die without a will?

Not having a will puts a lot of unnecessary strain on your family in a time of grief. Why? Well let’s explore     In my last post, I talked about identifying, protecting and storing important paper documents and one of these documents was a last will and testament. (Download your checklist of important documents […]

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Catch your Perfectionism: done is better than perfect

Perfectionism comes in many colors and faces and even though we might be aware that we are a perfectionist sometimes we don’t catch ourselves ‘in action’, we don’t recognize it as ‘wanting to be perfect’.   One of the traits of perfectionism is when we try to do too much too fast and then crash […]

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Three Tips to Overcome Fear of Finances

There is a lot of Fear around dealing with Finances, especially business finances. This prevents otherwise smart and capable entrepreneurs from making smart decisions or from making decisions at all.   If you are amongst the small business owners that are stressed out by money, budgets and taxes, then this fear of finances probably existed […]

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Time Boxing to get things done

Time boxing is a fabulous time management technique to help you focus on your priorities and work towards your goals and visions. It can also help you get a handle on procrastination, therefore makes you more productive. But first, what is time boxing?   Time Boxing: instead of working on a task until it’s done, you […]

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How to put an end to Procrastination

I just finished an online course on how to put an end to procrastination and in return increase Productivity.   From an early age, I was interested in how to be more organized, how to work more efficient, or faster, or how to make my life easier, in short to be more productive. In all […]

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Are you batching or procrastinating?

Lately I hear a lot of endorsement for batching our daily work, meaning to collect a group of identical or similar activities and do them all at the same time.   The claim is that – batching decreases procrastination (I’d love it), – increases our creativity (I can’t wait), – decreases distraction and boosts productivity […]

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