Getting important stuff done quickly is the key to success. Whether you are a busy manager, business owner, entrepreneur or working towards other goals, getting the right things done on time is vital for you in order to succeed.
After reading this article, you will never say to yourself again: “I don’t have the time to do that. ” instead you will say “I give priority to that because …”
“Efficiency is doing things right; effectiveness is doing the right things.”
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Don’t we all want to improve our lives? With agenda’s being full and to-do lists getting longer, being able to achieve more in less time is definitely attractive. Luckily there have been many books written about productivity and self-improvement.
But, Before you decide to pick up a book, this might help as well.
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Do you ever wonder what successful people do and how they reach their goals? Would it be possible to figure out what successful people do differently? And would it be possible to apply those things to our own lives?
Well, let’s find out.
” Pain is temporary. Quitting lasts forever. ” ~ Lance Armstrong
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Investing in real estate can be very lucrative. It’s generally considered as a safe investment, it protects the owner against inflation, and provides an extra income stream in the form of rental money.
Usually investing in real estate demands big capital. However, there are a few ways you can invest in real estate for less than your paycheck provides.
” Buy land, they aren’t making anymore of it. “
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“The balance sheet is a snapshot of what a given company owns and owes at the time of reporting.”
The balance sheet is divided into two main halves: “assets” and “liabilities and shareholders’ equity”.
The first half will tell us what the company owns and the second half will show us what the company owes to creditors and shareholders. The two halves should always offset each other as every dollar in assets has been financed either by shareholders’ equity or by creditors (liabilities).
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