I recently discovered this amazing principle on how to take advantage of the spare time you have in your day and increase your productivity. A simple yet powerful method of putting more hours into your day.

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jre
jre
7 years ago

the mozart effect better be real

Rod
Rod
6 years ago

You’re so right about the importance of maknig an effort to see one’s marketing strategies through if results are ever going to occur. The only way to know if a marketing strategy is going to work or not is by putting forth efforts in maknig it happen the way that you planned. If it does, it’s great. If it doesn’t then there is an opportunity to learn from the experience and pay attention to WHY it didn’t work and WHAT DID work, if anything.I like how you ended this post, with that work in progress perspective on success. ~NicoleBlog: on… Read more »

Raul
Raul
6 years ago

You certainly get nonithg in this life without putting a load of effort in first, that’s for sure. And I know that we all really appreciate how much effort you’ve put into this challenge, Arlee.I’d just like to add a proviso to the ‘let’s talk about it’ aspect. My ex-husband always wanted to sit down and talk about our problems but he couldn’t see that you can’t talk about problems forever. You have to recognise when it’s time to stop talking and move on. (Sorry, got on my high horse for a minute there!)

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