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The Payoff Principle—Three Ways To Get What You Want

by Jim Martin

Dr. Alan Zimmerman has helped over one million people over the last 25 years. His success is seen in the fact that 92% of his speeches result from referrals and repeat engagements. This recent interview provides some of his key thoughts.

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How to Successfully Run a One-Person Business

by Jim Martin

Many successful businesses started as one-person operations. Whether you expect to add employees in the future or plan to stay solo, these tips will help you run your one-person business properly.

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Work Better by Not Working Weekends

by Jim Martin

A recent study at Stanford found productivity per hour declines sharply when the workweek exceeds 50 hours, and productivity drops off so much after 55 hours that there’s no point in working longer. People who work as much as 70 hours (or more) per week actually get the same amount… [READ MORE]About { title }

Automating and Your Bottom Line

by Jim Martin

We live in uncertain times. Particularly as entrepreneurs. Even when we have stability, we worry it may be fleeting, since so much of our professional lives are outside our control. Hiring a new team member is a gamble, not just for the balance sheet, but because we may not be… [READ MORE]About { title }

Where to Find More Time to Think

by Jim Martin

How often do you start the day with a well-intentioned to-do list, and end the day asking where the day went? Business owners fragment their attention by wearing many hats. They are interrupted an average of seven times an hour—urgent requests, crises and chattiness. Studies show you need between 10… [READ MORE]About { title }