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Greg Anderson's Blog

The Art of Exceptional Self-Management

Though you may not realize it, self-management it not a matter of getting ahead of others, but of getting ahead of yourself. It is finding the best ways of getting things done.  Here is a formula that will help you to accomplish this very desirable status :



Posted on May 2, 2014 at 10:07am


Someone wisely said, “It is better to copy genius than to create mediocrity.”  There is certainly a lot to be said about the wisdom of copying genius and there are many places to apply what you learn in the process.  There are, however, times when there is no genius thinking…


Posted on June 26, 2012 at 10:44am

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At 11:19am on April 4, 2011, Libby Knopp said…



I was just reading the Friday Fax from last week and realized our office was not listed as an office who had raised over $1000 for Smiles For Life.  We have raised $2135 so far and have mailed in the payments using the S4L labels provided.  Have you received our payments?



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