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It is no doubt that reading is a great exercise for stimulating your mind, increasing your intelligence and improving your vocabulary. For those reasons along with many others, if you're a sales person then you should definitely consider reading. Whilst we often get caught up watching addictive reality TV or soap operas that do very little to help us achieve our goals in the long run, a good book can be great for giving you that brain power you can use to your advantage when dealing with prospects.Read more
Setting a New Year's resolution is a great way to start the year. Whether you want to lose weight, save money, start a business or reach targets at work, setting goals and disciplining yourself at the start of the year by setting New Year's resolutions is a great way ensure you get closer to where you want to be. But are you one to set New Years' resolutions every year, just to forget about them after a matter of months, weeks, or even days? You're not alone! Research states that 80% of New Year's resolutions fail by the second week of February.Read more
Whilst working have you ever found yourself playing with your thumbs, staring into space, or maybe endlessly scrolling down your Facebook timeline reminiscing about your recent holiday? In this day and age with our increasing use of technology in the office and in our social lives, it is easier than ever to be distracted and lose focus on what we're meant to be doing. Your level of productivity in the office will directly impact your success at work, which could be the difference between you getting the pay rise and the deposit on your new home you've been dreaming of all year, or being laid off and going back to the dreaded job hunt.Read more
Even though you like your job, that doesn’t mean it’s easy to burst through the doors every day full of energy and determination. It’s even harder to keep that motivation going all the way through to the end of the day. So, how can you make your day more productive? How can you eliminate that feeling of guilt you get when you’re lying in bed thinking about everything you should have accomplished today but didn’t?