What is Luxafor?

Luxafor is an LED indicator that connects to your computer through a USB port or via Bluetooth, and shows your availability or notifies you about important information, like incoming emails or calendar reminders.

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Posted on: January 19, 2015 by Stephen

We’ve got a lovely, new iPad to give away!

Just tell us where your time goes and we’ll enter you to win. Simple! Take our short survey NOW!!!ENTER: http://bit.ly/OTSurveyNow It’s all completely anonymous. To save you time, we’ve simplified our annual time killers’ survey. It should take just a minute or two. Besides, it’s a nice, quick way to waste time. Thanks to all for your help!

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Posted on: January 14, 2015 by Stephen

7 Ways to Help You Stay Motivated

Nothing should stop you from preparing budgets and plans of action, but take it one day at a time. Live to the fullest each day, being present to all turns of your business and customers.
Select slowly and surround yourself with positive people; negativity is toxic. The process is continuous; the larger your elite group of positive people is around you, the longer the amount of time you will stay motivated.

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Posted on: January 5, 2015 by Stephen

Why Images Can Positively Impact Your Brand and Your Business.

Businesses are taking advantage of images to extremely quickly tell a story and how their product(s) will enhance the life of the users. Brands are sharing well thought images to provoke and promote their audiences’ engagement as well as attract new customers or clients.

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Posted on: December 29, 2014 by Stephen

Would your Audience Listen to You and Take Action?

Speaking is a very serious business, and you should never underestimate the need to practice. My father gave thousands of sermons in his life. Even at his level of knowledge and experience he never skipped spending hours in preparing and rehearsing his weekly message. Practice will enable to deliver your comments the exact way you have planned and to deliver your story and the call to action with grace and inspiration.

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Posted on: December 22, 2014 by Stephen

How to Achieve a Viable Outcome?

Time and Size are of equal importance. Set the most reasonable time to achieve the result. Do not rush; do not procrastinate. Remember to set “Achievable Time Frames” and benchmarks. The result should be big enough to have value but also custom-sized to your abilities. Both time and size should be set in advance.

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Posted on: December 15, 2014 by Stephen

A Great Article on Aligning Your Time with Your Goals

The question should always be this: Do you spend enough quality time to move your core goals forward each day? How would you succeed in not only scheduling, but actually spending the needed time to accomplish the items that are most important (and usually not urgent), especially when these are the items that will move you by leaps and bounds into a bright future?

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Posted on: December 9, 2014 by Stephen

The Importance of Time Management in Achieving a Work-Life Balance

Discipline is the key to success; “excuse” is the enemy. Do you want to always live under pressure and jeopardize your success, happiness and most importantly your health? Record the activities (beginners do this daily-if seasoned, you can plan weekly or even monthly) in writing and let your accountability partner know.

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Posted on: December 2, 2014 by Stephen

It Is Time to Quit!

Quit blaming Time for your lack of Productivity. Everyone is given the same number of hours every day. The poor do not get fewer hours; the rich are not blessed with extra. Einstein did not invent more time for himself, and no one can save time for another day. And don’t beat yourself up, we all have committed the crime of wasting time.

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Posted on: November 24, 2014 by Stephen

The TOP 3 Tips for Time Management. #1, The Daily Night Cap.

Before I pack up for the day and close shop, I take a few minutes and jot down the Top 3 Items that I need to accomplish in order to really move my business forward. These items are not visions or ideas, but short-term, achievable, actionable steps that will move my goals to the next plateau. I might repeat an item multiple days sometimes, but I’m clear on what part should be completed each day. It is important to schedule time to complete these Top 3 items – hopefully in about 4 hours time.

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Posted on: November 17, 2014 by Stephen