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  • Tue Jun 11 2013

    12 Million Tons of Dust

    12 million tons of dust and dirt that would be released annually into the atmosphere is trapped by turf grasses 10 years of testing can go into getting a pest control product approved by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) 120 tests and studies are administered by the EPA on each new product before it is released www.debugthemyths.com

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  • Tue Jun 11 2013

    Productivity is Never an Accident

    “Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning, and focused effort.” Paul J. Meyer Founder of Success Motivational International, Inc. 

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  • Mon Feb 1 2010

    Ways to Create a Productive Workspace

    There are several ways that you can create a work atmosphere that is more conducive to productivity. By relaxing your space and prioritizing your projects, you can better focus on the task at hand. Physical Workspace 1. Work with your personality: For example, if you work better with a slight mess, don’t fight with yourself to keep your desk extremely clean. However, streamline your workplace so you are not concentrating on the disorganization more than the project. 2. Put a small plant on top of your desk or in the corner of your office. 3. If you have access to a window, open the curtains...

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  • Fri Jan 1 2010

    Small Business Project Management

    Returning from the holiday season, it can be tough to get back into the swing of things.Here are some ways to make the most of your time and effort and reap the biggest rewardsin terms of productivity.1. Don’t underestimate the importance of keeping your space organized. It eliminates wastedtime and energy spent looking for that file or this document.2. Go through your task list for the day and prioritize accordingly. Go through your inbox andeither throw away, file, or follow up. Doing so prepares you for the day ahead and lets youdecide what you need to put most of your effort into.3. Sta...

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  • Tue Jun 11 2013

    Efficient Laborer

    “The really efficient laborer will be found not to crowd his day with work, but will saunter to his task surrounded by a wide halo of ease and leisure." Henry David Thoreau, Author

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  • Tue Jun 11 2013

    Office Holiday Parties

    Office holiday parties do not offer employees carte blanche to misbehave.It is important to have a good time while observing proper holiday celebration etiquette. Deborah Hildebrand Human Resources Professional

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  • Tue Dec 1 2009

    How to Enjoy Your Company Holiday Party

    Around the holidays, colleagues come together to celebrate the year in good fun. As an employee, there are a few things to remember to enjoy the end-of-year party to the fullest extent.Show UpIf someone does not attend the work party, it often can draw negative attention by signaling that the employee is not a “team player.” You do not need to be there the whole time, but make an appearance and your coworkers will thank you for it. ModerationEven though it is a social setting, you are still representing yourself as an employee of the company. Treat the event as an opportunity to let yo...

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  • Sun Nov 1 2009

    Small Business Project Management

    Small Business Project Management When tackling a project, large or small, the goal is to get it done correctly and in the most efficient manner. There are several strategies that you can use to help get your project off to a successful start. » Plan It Out. Make a list of every person or department that will be involved in the project and what you will need from each. This will help nail down the project timeline. » Identify Risks. Prepare a list of possible risks to the completion of the project. By identifying possible risks, you can adjust for them accordingly. » Documentation...

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  • Tue Jun 11 2013

    Projects are Handled Inefficiently

    Businesses are hurt when their projects are handled inefficiently, dragged out beyond deadlines, or drive up costs beyond their means. Billions of dollars are lost every year due to poor project management. Nadine Stowne IT Manager 

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  • Tue Jun 11 2013

    Population is Unhappy in their Jobs

    Recent studies indicate that 30 percent to 40 percent of the working population is unhappy in their jobs to the extent they have “checked out mentally and emotionally.” Joyce Gioia President , Herman Group Greensboro, North Carolina

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