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EXERCISES TO IMPROVE FOCUS!

By Jacques | SUCCESS PRINCIPLES

When TV newscaster Diane Sawyer was asked the secret to her success, she said, “I think the one lesson I’ve learned is there is no substitute for paying attention.” Did you know improving your focus can be done with different types of simple exercises? It’s true. Something as simple as getting exercise on a daily […]

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TIPS TO IMPROVE FOCUS!

By Jacques | SUCCESS PRINCIPLES

Maybe you want to focus on a single task, but find yourself easily distracted. You find it difficult to focus on what you are doing because you find your mind wandering, you’re worrying about everything or maybe you just have way too many things you need to do to make a choice of just one […]

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MULTITASKING IS OVERRATED!

By Jacques | SUCCESS PRINCIPLES

If you’re like many people you spend most days multitasking. You’re probably so used to multitasking that you don’t even realize when you’re doing it. After all, it’s a skill many employers look for in their employees. Many people believe multitasking saves them time. There are many reasons why multitasking is bad. It’s better to […]

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Types of Conflict in the Workplace !

By Jacques | SUCCESS PRINCIPLES

Much like conflict in our personal lives, conflict in the workplace can be difficult to avoid. Disputes among co-workers are often resolved among the parties involved without a hitch. However, it can sometimes be necessary to contact your human resources department or upper management to solve the problem if the dispute cannot be settled. Part […]

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DO YOU HAVE CONTROL OF YOUR TIME?

By Jacques | SUCCESS PRINCIPLES

  You lose control of your time when you: Start late for work or an appointment. Arrive late, making excuses. Allow interruptions to detour your planned activities. Become rushed and pressured and, therefore, under stress. See unforeseen events as “big deals”. Become the victim with thoughts like “why me?” Feel exhausted and depleted at the […]

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