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Do You Know the 20 Lists You Should Be Keeping?

Tuesday, 28 July 2015 Posted in Business Strategy

Do You Know the 20 Lists You Should Be Keeping?

Entrepreneur recently posted an article about the to-do lists and people lists that business owners should keep. These are mainly lists of resources and projects that could mean the difference between success and failure.

The People Lists:

Writing and Completing Your To-Do List

Tuesday, 02 June 2015 Posted in Business Strategy

Writing and Completing Your To-Do List

In addition to being one of America’s founding fathers, Benjamin Franklin was also an inventor, scientist, author, printer and a diplomat. He is well-known for having created libraries, fire departments, and the postal service. If that weren’t enough, he invented bifocals, the Franklin stove, and the lightning rod. He was involved in politics, wrote a newspaper, traveled, had an active social life and was a single father.

Franklin was also a man who made to-do lists. Mr. Franklin's lists included things like housecleaning and reading, as well as reminders to bathe and be frugal. No doubt someone as busy as Ben needed to be reminded of those things!

Get Your Infusionsoft App JUMP-started!

Written by Kerry Cassone Tuesday, 16 July 2013 Posted in Automation News

Training and consulting - your way!

Get Your Infusionsoft App JUMP-started!

Some members of the New England Infusionsoft User Group that we facilitate told us, in a recent survey, that they need more help getting their Infusionsoft application to do more work for them. So we decided to post all the resources we could think of here.

Infusionsoft recognizes the need for robust training to support their customers, along with the fact that different people learn differently and have different timelines and availability. For those reasons, Infusionsoft offers a wide variety of options for you:

Video Library (free)

Virtual Academy (free)

Stay Grounded and Connected with a Success Journal

Sunday, 07 July 2013 Posted in Staying Sane, Guest Contributors, Culture Corner

Stay Grounded and Connected with a Success Journal

It’s said our purpose here on earth is to create, and I see achievement as simply stepping into our best creations. Whether it be making a million dollars, or making our most delicious batch of cupcakes ever, achievement inspires. It encourages us to keep bettering our best and also excites others to reach for the stars as well.

When you have conquered a goal or challenge that once seemed impossible, you feel on top of the world, and with that comes an enormous sense of pride and satisfaction. But that’s not all. Success is energizing and a huge self-confidence booster, as you realize what you are really capable of! So achievement breeds more achievement. For each goal you achieve, view it as the first step into a much bigger venture—it’s the end of one journey and the beginning of many more. And one great way to stay connected with your success is to RECORD it.

Boosting success by boosting your health

Written by Kerry Cassone Wednesday, 27 February 2013 Posted in Biz Tech Tips, Culture Corner

There's an app for that!

Boosting success by boosting your health

BLOOD PRESSURE MONITOR - FAMILY LITE (Free)
This app allows you to record blood pressure, weight and heart rate

BLOOD PRESSURE WATCH (Free)
With BP Watch you can record, track, update and delete blood pressure values. It also captures the time of the blood pressure.

HEALTH TRACKER PRO ($3.99)
Track blood sugar, blood pressure, resting heart rate, and body mass index. Features color-coding, graphs, and allows you to email your records to yourself or your doctor.

Success's Secret Weapon

Written by Kerry Cassone Friday, 15 February 2013 Posted in Culture Corner

Success's Secret Weapon

All man’s miseries derive from not being able to sit quietly in a room alone,” according to brilliant mathematician and scientist Blaise Pascal.

As a child prodigy who showed innate genius in 17th-century mathematics, Pascal was allowed by his father to sit as a silent on-looker in the presence of the great mathematicians of the time. This so inspired him that he went on, at the tender age of 16, to develop his famous 'Pascal's theorem', earning recognition from the famed mathematician Descartes.

So, what's the point? The point is you.