Top Budget Busters that New Entrepreneurs Need to be Aware Of

Nothing kills a business faster than not being able to turn a profit. That holds true for a business at any stage, but is especially deadly for entrepreneurs who are trying to move their business past the start-up phase. No one can plan for the future with total certainty, but
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Which of these Pets Best Fits Your Personal Life?

If your ONE Thing is your personal life, there are few things in the world that can benefit you as much as a furry companion. More than just a responsibility, pets have been shown to improve our overall well-being by decreasing our stress and ridding us of our anxiety. But
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Vince McMahon and his ONE Thing

World Wrestling Entertainment (WWE) Chairman Vince McMahon built his empire, once valued in the billions, on the concept of identifying the ONE Thing that would make everything else easier or unnecessary. And like everyone else who follows their ONE Thing, he encountered some difficult choices and situations along the way
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Learn to Make Better Decisions with Jay Papasan and Billy Murphy

  This month, The One Thing author Jay Papasan will be continuing his free webinar series with special guest Billy Murphy. As a former professional poker player turned business authority, Billy will discuss with Jay how you can minimize risk in your business in a few easy steps. Every business
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5 Team Building Activities That Will Bring Your Office Together

It should be no surprise that teamwork is vital in the office. As communication, cooperation and trust are needed for a group of people to come together to efficiently complete tasks, effective teamwork can increase both productivity and improve performance among employees. Other benefits of teamwork include: Higher morale Higher
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The Dirty Little Secret about “Priorities” that Keeps You from Being Your Most Productive

Everything doesn’t matter equally, and that includes our priorities. You may be surprised to find that the idea of having more than one priority in your life is a relatively new concept. According to Google Ngram, a language research database of more than 25 million books, prior to the 1940’s
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RESET: How to Adjust your Trajectory

It may be hard to believe, but the mid-year mark is rapidly approaching. This is a great time to take a look back at our accomplishments over the prior six months and take stock of what we’ve achieved and where we’ve fallen short. Mid-year assessments are a time for reflection
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Gary Keller’s Key Tips on How to Get a Job Right out of College

Getting a job after graduating from college can feel like an insurmountable task. According to AfterCollege Inc., a company that looks to pair recent college graduates with potential employers, only 17 percent of graduating students in 2014 have jobs lined up after college. If you, a family member or a
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Thank You for 2 Million

The One Thing has reached a remarkable milestone: we have sold over two million copies. It’s impossible for us to think about achieving these results without looking at what those 2 million copies represent: you. The community that has come together over these past seven years has shown us how
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Beware the Ides of March: Find an Environment to Support Your Goals

You’ve probably heard “beware the ides of March” as a euphemism for a grave warning, but did you know that in Roman times “ides of March” simply meant March 15th? That is, before the death of Roman Emperor Julius Caesar, which occurred on that fateful day. As part of this
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