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Don't let others hijack your success

Fri, 11/09/2012 - 4:26pm | by Helen Hoart

Dear Reader,

Tip of the week:  Goals are not your “to-do” list.  Goals are the activities that will propel you and your company to success. Don’t let other people divert you from accomplishing your goals. If you spend your day answering emails, you’re helping someone else meet their goals. Instead, clearly identify the one task that you’ll do today that will make a difference to you and your company. 

In case you missed posts from A Successful Woman, here’s roundup of the week’s top posts:

Tips for delegating effectively

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Don’t leap into your next project without taking time to plan

It’s easy to want to jump into a new project and get going.  Or conversely to be so overwhelmed by the scale of the project to become paralyzed.  Use project planning to plot your course.  Read more

Five common investing mistakes and ways to avoid them

Whether it’s through 401-Ks, an IRA or a flutter in the market, financial investing is definitely a “look before you leap” activity.  We have to make decisions about how much risk we’re willing to take and what return we expect.  Read more

 Here’s to your success,


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