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I’m a sucker for a good yard sale. Unless I’m in a hurry, I can’t drive past one without stopping. I guess that started back when my daughter was little. As a single mom of one child and the only provider, there were no hand-me-downs or much of a clothing budget. Plus, we lived in Florida…the yard sale mecca of the south! If you’ve ever spent any time there, you know what I’m talking about. People move in
Originally Posted by Jenn Rush
I have a passion for helping others become successful.
In today's economic climate everyone is looking for ways to bring in some additional income. However, having lived as a person with disabilities for many, many years, and working virtually at the same time, my desire is to help persons like myself find ways to generate an additional or even primary income. And so, Enabled4Success.com was born. (For more about my personal disabilities, see http://www.enabled4success.com/about/.)
We could all stand to be more productive where our business is concerned. Heck even in our lives in general!
If you are not doing so well in this department, there are a few tricks to help you to be more productive and focused. Here are a few.
Make a plan
Start with the end in mind. Think about this… If you were planning your first cross-country trip from New York City to Butte, Montana, and you had to be there by a specific
As most of you know, I live in a little town much like Hooterville on the old television show Petticoat Junction. Just a little country store like Sam Druckers minus the pickle jar, a bank, post office and gas station. So when I say I live in the middle of a corn field, I mean it literally. As you can imagine, there’s not much to do here but watch the corn grow.
In the summer months I like to go to yard sales on Saturdays just for something to do. I see lots of people I’ve known
NAMS Objectives: What are yours?
A few weeks before every NAMS, I decide on what my main objectives are for the workshop. What are the 2-3 things I want to focus on while I'm at NAMS?
My first step is to look over the NAMS schedule to see what sessions are planned. Then I brainstorm some ideas of what I want to learn/accomplish while I'm there.
My NAMS objectives have changed over the years, sometimes I have some of the same, sometime they are all different.