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Show Your Promise

A promise is a pledge; a vow that you will do something. That’s what personal branding is all about. Promise is also potential. You must know what your potential is before you can make a promise that you will realize

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The ABCs of Impact

Impact means making a difference, and we want to have an impact in the world through our work and lives. Purpose is one of the four Ps of positive shift, and an important part of our happiness. To have an

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Paused or On Hold?

As I take time to review the past year, and set goals for the coming year, I am struck by the thought: have I paused, or am I just on hold? The symbol for both looks the same, but they

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Development Plans Are Not Just for Work

While Performance Plans for work may be called a Personal Development Plan, work is only one small part of personal development. To make a plan for Personal Development, consider many life areas that can be improved. While going through some

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7 Work Smarter Principles

I recently finished “Great at Work” by Morten T Hansen, who illustrates with examples and research 7 principles for working smarter. I was most interested in the first part of the book, which covers mastering your own work. The second

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Annual Review Toolkit

The Annual Review Toolkit contains 27 printable tools in a 30 page pdf to create a binder with everything you need to stay on top of regular reviews and on target with goals that align with your values. It includes Productivity Tools for

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Smart Skills Trading Cards: Productivity

GREAT Skills are a) in demand in the workplace b) rarely taught, and c) very helpful in all areas of life! GREAT Skills Trading Cards provide key information from experts for learning these skills. The links below lead to more

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End Goals Lead to a Meaningful Journey

I came across a BIG idea recently. In the book “The Code of the Extraordinary Mind,” Vishen Lakhiani talks about the difference between means goals and end goals. Means goals vs End goals A means goal is motivated by the

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Tools to Plan an Awesome New Year

With these tools, you can set some goals, make resolutions, and track your progress. I made these to add to my Planner binder in 2017, but they still work well! Don’t forget to grab a copy of the printables at

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Goal Worksheet

Plan goals with The Goal Worksheet, and use it as a goal master list to keep goals visual and visible. Download the Goal Worksheet pdf Choose goals that align with values. Choose goals that provide high return on investment with the Sweet

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