Jose Palomino

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Time Management

The eight-hour workday was invented by Henry Ford way back at the turn of the 20th century. Back then, it was an attractive alternative to workers who were accustomed to 12-hour workdays, and the nationwide adoption of the


In the hectic space of the modern world, sometimes there just aren’t enough hours in a day. 24 hours is not much time to accomplish all our goals for the day — and it’s an inflexible number. That’s why sometimes it’s useful to know little tricks like


Original Post: 6 Ways to Enhance Your Credibility By Geoffrey James | January 4, 2013 Know the legitimate value of what you provide. When you know–truly know–what you’re products and services are worth, you’re unafraid to communicate both the strengths and the limitations of your offering. Knowing your value and the value of your offering […]


Do you know what I mean by that title? You should, because we see it everyday in the business world. Sometimes we think too small – we can only think of what we see in front of us – and we are thus bound by the tactical. Other times, our vision is too big – we are out to change the world (but forget we have to pay the rent) – and thus are blinded by the strategic.

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An entrepreneur runs on inspiration, on a proactive spirit, on doing enjoyable tasks. Those are all things that can happen on a vacation, if you plan it right. And it got me thinking – how does an entrepreneur make the most of a vacation?


Here’s an important question for you. What are you working on? You’ll probably tell me that your “plate is full.” You no doubt have plenty to do and lots of items on your agenda…


Objectively Speaking

January 13, 2011

If you don’t know where you’re going, it doesn’t much matter which direction you take the organization. Objectives are necessary in order to have a clear and clean cut view of where the organization is going.


There’s a moment where it just starts clicking for you, the words come easily, and you’re incredibly productive. You’re in that zone. I’d gotten a good night rest, I was feeling good, and it was all coming together, and then… a wedding interruption.