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decisions

How to make good decisions

Slow decision-making wastes time, as do spur-of-the moment decisions, which frequently result in costly and time-consuming mistakes. But the worst thing you can do is to procrastinate on decision-making. Napoleon Hill, author of Think and Grow Rich, once conducted a survey of successful people and found all of them were decisive. Don’t be afraid of […]

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mirror brain

Managing your brain, part 10.

Listen to what your brain is telling you. Strong friendships give both your physical and mental health a boost. The February, 2014 issue of Scientific American Mind reported on a quantitative review of numerous studies, concluding that having few friends is the mortality risk equivalent of smoking 15 cigarettes a day. People with a close […]

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Time Investments

Investing time yields dividends

It takes time to save time Time Investments are those activities that eventually free up more time than they consume. For example, many people fail to plan because planning takes time. As a result, they lose more time battling crises than the planning would have taken. Planning is a time investment. Similarly delegation, communication, exercise, […]

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Time is money

Budget your time

Select your fixed and variable times Time management writers frequently remark that time is money. By doing so they hope to convey the importance of time. But of course, there is no comparison. Time is so much more valuable than money. It is life itself. And yet, some people treat time as though it were […]

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