Master Your Day in Just 10 Minutes – Part 2

In the last article of Tips In Ten I showed you how to create a schedule (the night before) that would help you to master your workday. But it’s not JUST about prioritizing tasks and reducing urgency. There is something else you should know: Creating a schedule is a great first step but implementing that […]

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Master Your Day in Just 10 Minutes – Part 1

In previous Tips In Ten articles, I’ve shown you how to set up a calendar and how to manage your projects. In this article, and in the next one, I want to show you how to really master your day and get the most out of your day that you possibly can. There are some […]

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Successful Business Proposals in Just Ten Minutes a Day

As a coach and consultant, I frequently have to create a proposal when I meet a potential client. Since every client’s business is unique, I want to understand their business and their needs and then write a proposal with some competent recommendations. But since proposal writing is non-billable work that may or may not lead […]

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How Entrepreneurs Can Get the Benefits of a Team (Without Selling Part of Their Business)

I have the very good fortune of meeting a lot of entrepreneurs and working with them to make their businesses more successful. One thing I’ve learned over the years is that entrepreneurs who work with others are more frequently successful than those that work alone. I’m not saying that solopreneurs will be less successful than […]

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From employee to entrepreneur: The 3 skills you need to make the switch

The transition from working for someone else to working for yourself is not an easy transition. There are lots of people who dream of making that switch but, when it comes right down to it, they can’t. (Or, they do and then they switch back). The reason is simple: Even though you might have good […]

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What should be delegated?

This blog post was on my list of “things to write about” for two weeks now, but I’ve been busy with other things. That’s okay, though, because it’s a perennial topic. I was recently reading a blog in the New York Times (published October 15th) by a CEO of a NY-based company. She referenced that, […]

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Why Deadlines are a Good Thing

As you can imagine, I work with a lot of deadlines. It seems like my whole life is deadlines! In my personal life there are deadlines for bills and appointments. That’s not that different than anyone else. In my professional life, though, I think I should win some kind of award for the number of […]

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