Trying To Go it Alone: Why It Is Less Productive To Work Alone

Many small businesses begin as one-person operations. A new small business owner may have neither the budget nor the workload to justify hiring employees. In the early days, this generally works just fine. A small business with a slow stream of work usually allows its owner plenty of time to focus on all aspects of […]

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Polyphasic Sleep Experiment Begins: Pre-Day or Day 1.

Posted by on October 13, 2009 in: Just Blogging

Okay, I am taking the dive, effective immediately. I have been reading tons of information about sleep cycles lately and I decided to test out the Polyphasic Sleep cycle. For those of you that don’t know what Polyphasic Sleep is, in a nutshell it means sleeping in short periods throughout a 24 hour period, rather […]

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On Getting Work and MORE Work

A friend of mine just returned from a trip with his family. It was the first time he went on a multi-state trip in his brand new Prius and he came back bragging about the mileage. The last multistate trip I went on was in an SUV (with apologies to the environment) so the difference […]

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The conundrum of committedness – part 2

In the last blog, I talked about the first part of the conundrum of committedness: How the consultant needs to stay busy enough with commitments to earn and income but also have enough time to market in order to replenish the pipeline. I said that the first part of the conundrum of committedness is: The […]

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