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December 1, 2011

Lessons Learned

Making mistakes is all a part of learning and growing, both professionally and personally. Use past mistakes for all they are worth by recognizing them, evaluating their significance and most importantly, committing to not repeat them. Let’s commit to learning our lessons and moving forward into 2012!

  • Multi-tasking is ineffective. We have all done it and many of us are tempted to multi-task every day. Instead of trying to squeeze every second out of the day by multi-tasking, schedule time with yourself to focus on important tasks. It will reduce your frustration level and will end up saving you time in the long run.
  • Social networking and marketing is here to stay. You don’t need to be a marketing expert to see the explosive growth in online marketing, social networking and the continually changing landscape of how business is done. If your website, Facebook page, LinkedIn network and other online tools are not up to par, make a resolution to get it done in 2012.
  • Spending time to organize now will give you more time later. How long will you wait to get your workspace organized or clean out that junk closet at home? If your days are packed with work, errands and to-do lists, you can’t afford not to be organized. Spend some time daily gaining control over your surroundings instead of the other way around.

Take the above lessons with you into 2012 to become Positively Productive!

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