Archive for March, 2017

What’s Your Biggest Time Waster at Work (and what to do about it)

March 22, 2017 @ 2:08 pm posted by Sarah McGinley

What is your biggest time waster at work? Is it: Phone calls? Meetings? Email? Staff interruptions? If you are anything like the 353 U.S. business owners my company Maui Mastermind surveyed you’re likely answer is “email” (57%), followed by either “phone calls” or “staff interruptions” (tied at 17% each). Regardless of which of these four  Continue

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5 Meeting Best Practices Every Leader Should Follow

March 16, 2017 @ 2:21 pm posted by David Finkel (Taxloopholes.com Advisor)

A recent article in the Harvard Business Review reported on an international study by the Center for Creative Leadership titled, Always On, Never Done?, which shows that professionals, executives and business owners in the U.S. and 36 other countries now work a whopping 72-hour week. The study went into depth explaining that one of the biggest sources for frustration of  Continue

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The 5 Secrets of Today’s Billionaires (and what they have to teach you about producing more with less)

March 8, 2017 @ 4:03 pm posted by David Finkel (Taxloopholes.com Advisor)

The world today is different in many ways, one key way is how the most successful business leaders have learned to break the chain between one hour of time worked and one unit of value created. Time cards and grueling days don’t help business leaders create value. We create value by what we do with  Continue

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6 Simple Tips to Effectively Cover Your Backside

@ 3:56 pm posted by David Finkel (Taxloopholes.com Advisor)

In my last article on the power of your written trail to protect yourself and your company I shared the two key “filters” you need to pass your written paper trail through. I want to share more details on the nuts and bolts of documenting your business deals and relationships so that you see it  Continue

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I wanted to follow up on an earlier article on the ten stupidest things business people do that get them sued with a simple practice that will help keep you safer – documenting your files. In the old world this often meant crafting “cover yourself” memos for your physical files, but in today’s world this  Continue

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