You may have a background in web design, and be capable of completing the task, but it’s worth it to delegate. A professional website designer will get the job done right, in a timely manner, and make your website look professional while you can focus on growing your client list. Questions to Ask Yourself •… Read More
Common Tasks to Quickly and Easily Delegate
Common Tasks to Quickly and Easily Delegate so you can focus on your highest payoff activities that put you in the highest probability position to achieve your goals. • Answering Phones/Returning phone calls • Sending/returning emails • Performing research • Bookkeeping • Filing • Scheduling appointments • Website design and maintenance • Some aspects of… Read More
New Book, Live Life with No Regrets, is receiving rave reviews!
Here is what a few had to say: “Anne is amazing. When she has something to say – or write – pay close attention. Beyond all of the research and examples in her book, Anne is the best example of the lessons she teaches. Study this book and you can’t help but be even more… Read More
Already fallen off the fitness wagon from your new year’s goals?
Obtain a Complimentary Fitness Tracking Spreadsheet to help you stay on the fitness and health path. So many people start off the year with a renewed commitment to fitness and health. As you might guess, many of these people fall off the wagon only a few weeks or months into the new year. Most of… Read More
The Art of Delegation for Business Owners
Delegation for business owners is a must-do for success! When you can hand over your administrative tasks and projects off to an able assistant or employee, you can focus on more important tasks that only you can do to grow your business and increase revenue. The art of delegation is an essential part of establishing… Read More
Effectively Utilize your Prioritized Action List Every Day
Live each day by your Master Task List / Prioritized Action List – and schedule everything by 15-minute marks. You’ll want to list everything, including morning coffee, shower and drive-time. To avoid being rushed or feeling overwhelmed, give yourself 15-minute buffers between each item. That way, if you’re running a few minutes behind schedule, you… Read More