Productivity Tools

Entrepreneur Tips – How To Build Your Business By Adding New Streams Of Income

by Linda Feinholz April 7, 2009

Many people growing businesses think that it’s a volume game – build more, sell more, put more hours in – in order to grow their bottom line results. Ironically, one of the most powerful approaches to growing your entrepreneurial business is to repurpose the information you already have, the services and products you have already […]

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Business Management Tips – Can You Really Boost Productivity 20 Percent In A Day? (Yes, You Can!)

by Linda Feinholz April 5, 2009

I’ve said this many times about business productivity: “Change One Thing, And You Can Change It ALL!” Your products, your services, your customers, your team, your personal productivity. 20 Percent More Productive In A Day “Come on Linda, that’s not really possible, its it?” Not only possible, not as hard as you might think. Here […]

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Business Productivity – How To Get The Most Leverage And Reach Out Of Every Hour

by Linda Feinholz April 3, 2009

Would you like to get the most leverage and greatest result out of every hour of your day? How about the time, intelligence and energy of everyone on your team? Here are 7 ways to get leverage working for you: 1. Leverage your time – Most of us have been trained to think in 60-minute […]

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Team Building for Entrepreneurs – Do You Cause “Meeting Constipation”?

by Linda Feinholz April 1, 2009

I have found that meetings are the number one time and motivation killer in business – whether in mega corporations, family owned businesses, or entrepreneurial companies. It’s not that people get out of bed in the morning thinking “How can I stall the thinking and motivation of my team today?” It’s most often that people […]

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5 WAYS TO BE MORE PRODUCTIVE IN BUSINESS

by Linda Feinholz January 11, 2009

© 2009 Linda Feinholz If you join me at my home office you’ll think to yourself “Linda’s got it made! Great space, no interruptions, a nice leisurely pace.” What you won’t spot are the challenges that creep in when you step out of a business office setting. The separation between work life and home life […]

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What Are You Tolerating In Life And Business?

by Linda Feinholz December 23, 2008

© 2008 Linda Feinholz. Recently I used my monthly mastermind group to review the targets each person set, check how close each participant was to achieving them, and sort out any obstacles getting in the way. As we worked our way around the group, one of the members recognized she had become completely stalled – […]

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Change 1 PRACTICE And You Can Change It All!

by Linda Feinholz August 11, 2008

Are you a constant note taker? For some of us (I confess, that’s me too) our backgrounds required note taking so that we could create reports for others. A funny thing happens along the way. We loose track whether the note-taking is still serving us, or is a habit that’s diverting our attention. Unless you […]

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3 Steps To Achieving High Payoff Success

by Linda Feinholz August 9, 2008

© 2008 Linda Feinholz Have you ever wondered how ‘those people’ achieve their success? Sure, they look focused, but what are they really doing that’s so different from how you’re spending your time? In my 20’s I assumed ‘they’ – those highly successful folks, must be driven by ambition, fueled by a background of scarcity […]

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IS IT TIME TO “RESET” YOUR BUSINESS?

by Linda Feinholz July 20, 2008

© 2008 Linda Feinholz When is ‘too much to do’ finally enough? I mean enough to have you reach out and slap your personal and business ‘reset’ button? I was working with my client, Brenda, last month when she looked me dead in the eye and said “There’s no way to get out from under […]

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5 STEPS TO OVERCOME PROCRASTINATION

by Linda Feinholz July 15, 2008

I have a problem with procrastination. I have clients who say they’re stalling because “It’s so easy to do it later…or tomorrow…or next week.” For me, the issue is a different one. If I clear the decks, what’s the really important stuff I’ll need to take a look at? It’s so much easier to stay […]

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