5 Simple Steps for Boosting Your Productivity with Asana

When it comes to getting organized and boosting your productivity, technology can be so helpful. However, moderation is key. Too many tools can easily become yet another thing you’ve got to manage and wind up “eating up” your time instead of giving you more of it. The trick? Select tools that help you accomplish several functions at once. Take Asana, for...

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How to Turn Blog Writing into a System

In the previous example we looked at a written testimonial system.  Today, let’s create a structure for your blog writing. You know the benefits of blogging. Blogging generates leads and sales conversions by increasing traffic to your site, enhancing the perception of your expertise, and making your offerings more visible. But… Blogging on a regular basis is...

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Put Your Testimonials on Autopilot

Last time we talked about where you would start when creating systems. Now, let’s take a look at a few specific processes and ways you could better organize them. Let’s take testimonials, for example. I don’t need to tell you that they are vital to your business.  Testimonials will: Establish your credibility as an expert as they give potential new clients...

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The Easy Way to Start Creating Systems

“Okay, I’m finally ready to admit that I need systems, but where do I start? I feel so overwhelmed.” I hear this again and again from small business owners who reach out to me. There’s no need to suffer. Here are 5 simple steps for getting started.  This is the same system I use with my clients. STEP 1:  Create Your Business Map Although you could jump...

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Too Much To Do, Too Little Time? These Strategies Can Help

It’s so liberating to run a business in the technological age—where the world’s knowledge base is at the tips of our fingertips, our clients are not limited by the geographical location, and where there is a gadget for just about anything. But. . . It’s also overwhelming to process all the information coming at us, nerve-racking to always have to be on top of...

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I Could Have Avoided My Flopped Launch

Growing up in USSR, where owning a business was out of the question and individualism, creativity and being distinct weren’t praised, I had no appropriate business role models to learn from. So, the first two years of building my own business were a steep learning curve.  After a while my individual practice picked up, which was certainly an achievement. However,...

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