How to Reignite Your Passion for Work After You’ve Experienced Burnout

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If you work for yourself or if you run a business, you’ve probably experienced burnout—exhaustion, lack of motivation, and feelings of ineffectiveness and frustration. It’s something that’s easy to slip into for those of us who like to work hard, and difficult to get out of once we’re in it. But not only is burnout […]

Published on September 22nd, 2015 in Blog

An Incredibly Simple Routine for Getting More Done

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Everybody wants to get more done. There are entire companies built on the promise that if you use their system, you’ll accomplish more than you would using any other program. Productivity management can get complicated with all the different forms, tracking sheets, and ways of dividing projects up into manageable portions. Choosing a system from […]

Published on September 18th, 2015 in Blog

Put A Harness On Your Biases

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When it comes to decisions, we all come to the table with biases, some known and some unknown. I read an excellent article in Harvard Business Review on this topic, and I’ve summarized some of my key takeaways below. There are two main types of decision making systems. The “gut” system where people rely on their instincts […]

Published on September 9th, 2015 in Blog

The Importance Of Focus In A Multitasking World

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With technology becoming faster and increasingly more capable, the ability to focus on one thing for long is becoming a task in itself. Fast-paced schedules and growing to-do lists make tempting try to focus on multiple things at once. Most people view the ability to multitask as a way to cope with the increasing demands […]

Published on September 1st, 2015 in Blog

Avoiding The Overcommitment Trap

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It’s easy to overcommit, and it saps valuable time and energy away from what matters most. Many people are hardwired to be accommodating and to want to help out where they can. Saying “no” takes a lot of effort. But learning when to pass on a request can help you accomplish the things that are truly […]

Published on August 27th, 2015 in Blog

You Can Celebrate Your Accomplishments with a Break! Three Common Myths That Keep You On The Job And Less Productive

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When you’re setting goals and achieving them, it’s important to celebrate, as we’ve talked about in previous posts. When you’ve put in a lot of time and energy on a long-term project, sometimes the best way to celebrate is with a trip or a vacation—not only to celebrate, but also to recharge. But so many people […]

Published on August 20th, 2015 in Blog

Manager or Leader? Four Distinctions To Show Where You Stand

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There’s a difference between those who manage people and those who lead. Our human tendency usually swings towards managing rather than leading—it comes more naturally. But leadership is an important skill that generates different results than managing. And with effort and practice, it’s possible to grow leadership skills. Managers Focus on Performance, Leaders Focus on […]

Published on August 6th, 2015 in Blog

Feeling The Burn? Five Tips For Combating Burnout

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Stress is a natural part of life. We feel it at home and at work more often than we’d like. And although stress is something to expect, there are lots of great ways to reduce the amount we feel by making some simple adjustments. Below are five ways you can change your environment and mindset […]

Published on July 30th, 2015 in Blog

Eight Personal Habits to Polish Your Professional Brand

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When you think about brands in business most likely your mind goes to a particular company and the concept behind what they offer. But brands aren’t just for corporations. Every individual has his or her own professional brand that consists of who you are and what it feels like to do business with you. Just […]

Published on July 20th, 2015 in Blog

What Getting Outdoors Has Taught Me About Business Success

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Hiking and kayaking are two of my greatest passions. So much worth seeing in the world isn’t visible from a highway or on TV. You have to put in some effort, either on foot or by paddle. But these dual hobbies have taught me important lessons about life in general, and specifically about business success. […]

Published on July 14th, 2015 in Blog

If you a smaller business and are seeking ways to grow your business and balance life, Strategic Benefits highly recommends that you meet Harry King. Over the last 6 months, Harry has been instrumental in assisting us to develop a workable business / life plan, focusing on what makes us profitable, as well as, incorporating other aspects of our lives such as family, friends, and hobbies. He has also been very helpful to share various business strategies that are going on in the marketplace to make us more efficient and competitive. Thanks Harry for taking us “To the Edge."
Jim Lipscomb, President Strategic Benefits, Inc.

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By working with me as your coach, as your partner as you climb the mountain of high achievement, you should expect some , if not all of the following outcomes:

  • Take your business to a higher level
  • Develop strong marketing strategies
  • Develop or improve processes that will help you take your business to the next level while maintaining or improving life balance
  • Stay focused on doing the critical actions that will lead you to success
  • Have a time management process that will reduce the pressure of when and how to wear all the hats required as a sales professional and small business owner
  • Be better at what you do so you will be among the high achievers
  • Have a higher level of self confidence

  

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