Monthly Archives: November 2013

5 Reasons to Market Yourself or Product with Public Speaking

As part of my professional development, I belong to a Human Resources association. Each month they have meetings with a variety of speakers. Each year they hold a regional conference, with more speakers and presenters. You probably do something similar … Continue reading

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Christmas Carols Song Lyrics With Guitar Chords – Off-topic

A few years ago, I compiled a list of links to Christmas carols and song lyrics with guitar chords. Since that time, these lists have proven to be popular posts during the holiday season. I know it’s off-topic for a productivity/personal development blog, … Continue reading

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Holiday Time Management Tip – Share the Workload

There’s nothing like a major holiday, such as Christmas, to ratchet up the pressure on your schedule. Parties, concerts, shopping, visiting all add to an already full schedule. While you may find a couple of quiet days around the holiday, … Continue reading

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This Christmas Give the Gift of Time

Here it is mid-November, stores are well-stocked for Christmas, and seasonal ads are everywhere in the media. What does your Christmas shopping list look like? What will the list look like in another month? Retailers would have us believe we … Continue reading

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Create Your Own Free Lunch and Learn Sessions

What do you do with your lunch hour, hang out with the gang in the lunch room, go for a walk, take a nap or continue to work? Most of these are not bad ideas (though working through lunch can … Continue reading

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Overcome Fear of Public Speaking

Mark Twain said, “There are two types of public speakers: those who are afraid and those who are liars.” For anyone who fits into one of those two groups, how do you overcome the fear and become better speaker? You’re not going to … Continue reading

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