Creating Your Ideal Week

Michael K Career Development, Personal Development, Productivity 4 Comments

“One reason so few of us achieve what we truly want is that we never direct our focus; we never concentrate our power. Most people dabble their way through life, never deciding to master anything in particular.” – Tony Robbins A few years ago, one of my online mentors—NY Times best-selling author, blogger and podcaster Michael Hyatt—shared an item on his blog that really helped me envision what a focused schedule truly looks like. In his blog post, Michael explained how he took an Excel spreadsheet and began creating what …

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4 Tips To Saving Money On Your Next Road Trip

Michael K Productivity, Technology 9 Comments

  I absolutely love to travel!  Just this past weekend, my wife and I took some time off to travel to Washington, D.C. to attend her family reunion. The trip was a lot of fun and gave us quite a few laughable and memorable moments! But if you’re like us, you probably want to save some extra money any way that you can whenever you take these types of trips. To help you do just that, here are a few tips that can keep a little extra cash in your pocket the next time you decide to take your …

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2 Keys To Maintaining A Clutter Free Life

Michael K Personal Development, Productivity 4 Comments

Earlier this week here on the blog, we took a look at four ways to begin to remove some of the clutter from out of our lives and spaces (click here to go back and check out that post). Today, I’d like to share with you a few keys to help you answer this question: How can I keep clutter from returning into my life and my space once I’ve finally removed it? Here are two keys to help you to do just that: 1. Give things a designated home. The …

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Removing Clutter From Your Life & Work Spaces

Michael K Personal Development, Productivity 5 Comments

Have you ever struggled with clutter? If you’re not sure, pause for a moment to consider these questions: Does your refrigerator or pantry consistently have food in it that you never eat? Are your bookshelves at home or in the office full of books you rarely pick up and read? Does your closet hold clothes in it that you hardly ever wear? Is your cell phone full of contacts that you never call or reach out to? Does your inbox hold emails that you’ve kept but never go back to …

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How To Journal In 6 Simple Steps

Michael K Personal Development, Productivity 4 Comments

I believe that success leaves clues… One trait that successful people have all had in common for centuries is that throughout their lives they kept a journal. Since we looked at a few of the benefits of keeping a journal in our last post (click here to check it out), today I’d like to tackle the next question you’ll likely ask once you’ve made the decision to start keeping one… “What exactly should I do next?” Great question!… I’m so glad you asked! To help you answer it, here’s a few …

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