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We’re about half way through the first quarter of the year. How have you been tracking with your goals so far?
Even if you don’t feel like you’re making the progress you’d like to be, it’s never too late to hit the reset button and get moving on your goals again.
Ready for this week’s weekly digest? Here it is.
If you want to be productive, you need a system. Systems are what entrepreneurs rely on, especially when they’re scaling their business. Many even find it’s impossible to scale without systems. In this podcast episode, you’ll learn how to boost your personal productivity.
Here’s Kristy Archibald’s first post for TME, and I think it’s a good one. Have a look at this list to find out how you can make more money in the music industry.
How is perfectionism affecting your creativity? Is it holding you back? In this podcast episode, you’ll learn what happens when you try to measure up to the impossible ideal of perfection.
Using Your Power
We all eat because we all need energy to live. But how you eat can have a huge impact on how you feel. In this episode of Using Your Power, Maveen and I discuss food choices.
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