If you are going to make decisions, you must include all the relevant information.
It’s impossible to make a good decision on purpose if you are missing key information. You may have luck and end up with a good result, but it’s not repeatable. People are wary of politicians, sales people, and anyone who is trying to change other’s behavior. This is smart to be wary – caveat emptor – buyer beware, don’t be deceived.
Buy what if you are the one deceiving yourself?
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If you are taking time off this holiday, don’t let your time relaxing turn into regrets about how things could have gone. Some tips you need to survive and thrive during the most wonderful time of the year.
I used to work in sales, including retail. I’ve worked a lot of holidays. Now, the way I work affords me that precious week of time between Christmas and New Year’s Day off.
When many people, myself included, put that Out of Office message up, there’s a danger mixed in with the excitement. Here are my tips for surviving the holiday slump. Continue reading “How To Survive the Holidays”
People spend years of their lives listening to music during the commute to and from work. This is a mistake. You need to be doing this instead.
Do you know what the average commute time is in America? For most people this is considered pedestrian information. Don’t bother looking it up, I already did it for you. Continue reading “What Would Happen if You Stopped Listening to Music in Your Car?”