Written by Craig Lock

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3. Telephone interruptions

4. Cluttered/cluttered desk

5. Procrastination

6. Visitors

7. Lack of Self Discipline

8. Ineffective delegation

9. Attempting too much

10. Inability to say 'No'

The 80/20 Principle:

20% of activity gives 80% of results and 80% of activity gives 20% of results (known asrepparttar Pareto Principle). * Focus onrepparttar 102022 important few activities, notrepparttar 102023 trivial many. * Don't procrastinate * The key is self discipline. * "First we make habits, then habits make us."

"When we control our time, we master our life"

Good luck

This extract is from Craig's first published book HANDBOOK TO SURVIVE - a collection of writings on various subjects to help every man or woman survive in a rapidly changing, uncertain world. It's a book Craig wrote that transformed his own life. You can do the same by ordering at: or

The More I Learn, The Less I Know

Written by Dennis Eppestine

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My point is that none of this happened until I realized that I didn't know anything. Now I find that I learn something new EVERY DAY. This isrepparttar most fascinating venture I've undertaken, and it's filled with opportunities!

I read every article I can get my hands on. I buy NUMEROUS products, books, ebooks, and reports. Some of them I've found worthwhile and some of them were junk. But now I look at them differently than I used to. Instead of not even reading them, and just using them to make money, I read everything! I read allrepparttar 102021 time. Sometimes I don't learn anything at all, but usually I find some nugget of information I can use in evenrepparttar 102022 worst products!

So, forget everything you thought you knew. You don't know anything. Now read, think, listen, and learn. You'll start making some money - I guarantee it.

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