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Category: Organizational Strategies

Jan Yager
Jan joins Jim to talk about things small business owners are expected to do, and how these things help improve business.
Georgia Donovan
Georgia joins Jim to give some tips on giving a good first impression in business. They talk about how to know what to say and when to say it.
Jan Yager
Jan joins Jim to discuss the dynamics of friendships.
Jim and Stephanie talk about the problems people are facing today when organizing. Stephanie shares some ways for people to prioritize and organize.
Leslie Kossoff
Leslie joins Jim to talk about how to think like an executive.
Kristin Arnold
Jim and Kristin, a top team builder, talk about how to build teams in small businesses through team building exercises in order to have better organization.
Julie Morgenstern
Julie joins Jim to talk about why it is important to talk about time, the most precious commodity, and how many people waste time. Julie talks about how time is lost because of poor or no planning. Jim and Julie discuss how to make the most of time.
Rick Maurer
Jim and Rick talk about the problem of making assumptions about our plans being the best or only plans.
Jan Yager
Jan joins Jim to discuss time management tools and techniques, such as delegating and out-sourcing. They also talk about key questions to ask yourself about delegating, plus the importance of doing what you do best and delegating the work that will support what you do best. They move on to talk about how to make sure you spend your time and money doing things that will best benefit your company,
Jan Yager
Jan joins Jim for the first time to talk about time management. But not just regular, everyday time management. This visit is about "creative" time management. As Jan calls it, "Having a balanced life. An ordered life." The value of creative time management is to help small business owners effectively separate their business from the other parts of their lives. This is good stuff!

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