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WhereDoYouWorkBest

Where Do You Work Best?

Posted by on 25 September 2012

Where do you work best? It seems like such a straightforward question, but have you ever really thought through your options? More importantly, have you ever actually tested them out? So many of us seem to work in exactly the same pattern every day without even thinking of change. We work at the same desk […]

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SolopreneurParents

This is the second half of a two-part post. You can read part one here. Be a good scout. Sometimes one kid has to be dropped off at school a bit early, or another has to tag along to his brother’s hockey practice with a sack dinner because he’s too young to be left alone. […]

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SolopreneurParents

These days, just about every working man or woman wears several hats. Whether these multiple roles are due to changes in the economy, career transitions or converging professional fields, our work boundaries are drawn in pencil, not ink. We’re many things to many people, and not just in our business lives. Solopreneurs running a one-person […]

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WorkLifeBalance

Almost any day you can find something new about “maintaining a work-life balance,” as if there were some magical line drawn between the two. If you punch a clock for work, then, yes, there is a line for you. When you check out for the night, you are off the clock and have no problem […]

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Commitment

As a project manager, I am all too familiar with commitments. There can be no failure to plan and certainly no failure to launch – and everything in between requires relentless commitment to make success happen. Whether you are trying to meet a writing deadline, create a marketing ad quickly or manage a large-scale implementation […]

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Unplug

Unplug? I Think Not.

Posted by on 14 September 2012

Have you noticed that most blog posts about work-life balance, vacations and downtime encourage, advise or demand that people spend time offline? Well, this one is different. You see, unplugging doesn’t de-stress me, because being online doesn’t stress me. There is no “one size fits all” solution for how to relax. If there were actually […]

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Dumbbells

Today we have a guest post from Gihan Perera. Gihan is a consultant, speaker and author, who helps thought leaders and business professionals leverage their expertise. He’s based in Perth, Australia, but considers himself a true digital nomad, who carries his office in his backpack, and has worked from homes, offices and cafes in Prague, Florence, […]

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