Make Small Changes. Get Better Results.

[Podcast] One Small Step Episode 4: How to Say No

  The word “no” is a powerful tool that can save you much time and stress. Learn how you can make the best use of this word without sounding like a scrooge and why you should be saying “no” more.   Related: Decisions Made Easy: The Power of Prioritizing   Intro Theme: Over Time by Vibe Tracks Outro Theme: Bright Future by Silent Partner   Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for joining me this week! If you enjoyed this episode, please share it. Also, please leave an honest review for One Small Step on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They help others […]

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Alexandra Van Dyck

[Interview] Alexandra Van Dyck

I’ve known Alexandra for the past few years. I met her shortly after I began my first job in sales – I was immediately impressed. She was – and still is – one of the top salespeople in the region, and she carries herself with an air of confidence and infectious positivity. To date, she is responsible for an impressive amount of revenue for Cutco. Because of her, I have learned much professionally, and she remains to be an inspiration for me to strive towards my goals and continually keep improving myself.   Me: What do you do? How long […]

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Make Small Changes. Get Better Results.

[Podcast] One Small Step Episode 3: Want Something? Ask.

You’d be surprised by how much you can accomplish just by asking. You’d be surprised how much people are willing to give and contribute to your success.   Related: [Book Review] Getting to Yes   Intro Theme: Over Time by Vibe Tracks Outro Theme: Bright Future by Silent Partner   Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for joining me this week! If you enjoyed this episode, please share it. Also, please leave an honest review for One Small Step on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They help others find the show, do matter in rankings, and I read each and every one of them. If […]

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Make Small Changes. Get Better Results.

[Podcast] One Small Step Episode 2: The Power of 5 Minutes

Sometimes goals can be intimidating because they seem so large that you just have no idea how to get started. It’s easier than you think! Break up those goals into small chunks and work on them, 5 minutes at a time.   Related: My Detailed Goals Goal Setting 101 (7 Tips for Greater Success) Start Small. Start Now.   Intro Theme: Over Time by Vibe Tracks Outro Theme: Bright Future by Silent Partner   Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for joining me this week! If you enjoyed this episode, please share it. Also, please leave an honest review for One Small Step […]

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Achieving Goals

[Update] June 2016 Goals

Time for a check-in! Every month, I detail some of my goals and the progress I’ve made on them. Here, I focus on the most immediate goals – the ones I want to accomplish within the year. While some long-term goals may show up in one form or another, I focus on the individual milestones each goal in these posts. I’ve divided my goals into six major groups here, even though I usually use more, specific groups when I write down my goals. For each one, I’ve written my overall progress and progress since the last month. I encourage you to write down your goals […]

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Make Small Changes. Get Better Results.

[Podcast] One Small Step Episode 1: Stepping Out of Your Comfort Zone

Many great things are accomplished by those who choose to step out of their comfort zones. You’ll learn more about yourself and grow in the process.   Related: Your Comfort Zone and You   Intro Theme: Over Time by Vibe Tracks Outro Theme: Bright Future by Silent Partner   Thanks for listening! Thanks so much for joining me this week! If you enjoyed this episode, please share it. Also, please leave an honest review for One Small Step on iTunes. Ratings and reviews are extremely helpful and greatly appreciated! They help others find the show, do matter in rankings, and I read each and every one of them. If you […]

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Rich Dad Poor Dad

[Book Review] Rich Dad, Poor Dad

Summary Rich Dad, Poor Dad follows the life of Robert Kiyosaki and his journey towards building wealth. In this book, Kiyosaki recounts the lessons he learned from two father figures in his life: poor dad, his biological father, and rich dad, the father of a friend and an entrepreneur. He compares each of their views on money and building wealth, jobs, and the overall life lessons they taught him. What can I learn from this book? You’ll learn about Kiyosaki’s life, of course, and how he managed to build his wealth. You’ll also learn specific lessons that Kiyosaki learned throughout […]

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Poor Writing Is Costing You Money

Poor Writing Skills Are Costing You Money

Poor writing skills are costing you money. At best, poor writing causes a bit of confusion, resulting in minutes or hours of work while trying to understand a message. At its worst, however, poor writing costs you opportunities worth thousands of dollars or more. It doesn’t matter whether you’re working as a writer or working in a factory; proper communication skills are important. If your message is unclear, people will not spend much time trying to make sense of it. This results in people paying less attention to your ideas, increased work and inconvenience for everyone involved, losing job opportunities, […]

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The Energy Bus

[Book Review] The Energy Bus

Summary The Energy Bus focuses on 10 key principles to make your life more fulfilling. The book starts with a character, George, discovering that he has a flat tire immediately before he has to get to work. This is one of many things going wrong with his life at the moment. His job is in jeopardy and his marriage is on the rocks. The flat causes George to put his car in the shop, and, as a result, he needs to take the bus to work for the next 10 days. The energy bus is a unique story with George, his […]

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Achieving Goals

[Update] May 2016 Goals

Time for a check-in! Every month, I detail some of my goals and the progress I’ve made on them. Here, I focus on the most immediate goals – the ones I want to accomplish within the year. While some long-term goals may show up in one form or another, I focus on the individual milestones each goal in these posts. I’ve divided my goals into six major groups here, even though I usually use more, specific groups when I write down my goals. For each one, I’ve written my overall progress and progress since the last month. I encourage you to write down your goals […]

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