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Sharlyn Lauby

Nice post and very timely. With companies looking to improve productivity and more individuals considering freelancing, self-management is absolutely necessary.


Denice Kronau (who writes about business success, personal success at work, and working with a purpose, among other job-related topics) has a great Top 10 Tips and questions list. And the top two questions/tips are about trying to do the things you love, and finding workarounds or alternatives to the things you don't like doing. Makes perfect sense to, say, if you love doing presentations (or writing reports, or whatever) to try to make them as often as possible.

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