Networking : How big is your circles


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• BBR Productions Inc : Networking : How big is your circles

Every person in this world has three networking circles; Family, Friends, and Associates. Family are made through a birthright. Friends are earned and at times become family. Associates are people we work with, see on our daily rounds through life. They could also be known through others, but not our friends, just friendly. These three groups make up a Life Circle. Each Networking Circle carries with it the same value. What is different? The relationships themselves.

These circles must be grown and cultivated. Every person we meet in life has value. We never know who they truly are, or who they know: Or what they might become in life. Growing relationships to use them is a bad habit to build. Instead, grow these relationships to utilize a system of sharing and returning the gift of unity! Each person within these groups can influence steps up a mountainside. Some are more prone to knock down walls when needed.

Life without others is a lonely life hidden in an empty world. Keep finding new people to befriend. Even family that might be lost to distance, or friends of friends. Everyone we meet is important, as each person they meet can become a friend. Build these circles with Associates to turn them into Friends for life. As life turns our closest Friends into Family. Blood will always be thicker than water. Even if it is a friendship turned family!

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Time Management : 5 ways to stay on course


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• BBR Productions Inc : Time Management : 5 ways to stay on course

Stay on target, stay on course. Life is in the hands of time. These five helpful techniques are slightly outside the box ways to stay on course.

1. Lists: A list of tasks are the guideline to success. Getting lost in the day is a sign of being lost in what to do. A list will organize what is necessary to start on. Mark next to each task a start time and end time. Giving a specific mini-SMART Goal.

2. Folder System: A nice bundle of physical folders to place work loads inside. Label each folder with a grouped name for tasks. Lay them on top of one another and go through them in a timely fashion. Follow the thirty to sixty minute rule of time restraint.

3. Your time is the right time: Work inside the hours which make you most productive. If the morning sun motivates action then get up early and enjoy the workload. If the beautiful starry night is most conducive then boom that out under the moonlight sky!

4. Side tracked: Turn off the phones, the computer need not be hooked up to a social media site, and keep the music to a minimum. Focus the mind toward the goal at hand. Stopping every so often keeps a brain from getting on task.

5. Sleep is good: Bed time rest is one thing, a good night sleep is another. The mind must be rested up nicely to keep focused. A tired mind is a weary mind. Six to eight hours sounds correct but the truth is that every person is different. Find your sleep pattern and maintain a healthy sleep cycle!

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Time Management : Stop!


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• BBR Productions Inc : Time Management : Stop!

This is some of the best advice anyone could get. STOP! Stop what you are doing. Stopping is a powerful tool. By stopping and saying no, you are saying YES, to your life. Life is more precious than money. You get one life. Money you can recoup. Time, you cannot get back, so why use it up incorrectly. Each day vanishes as if it never was there. Say Yes to life by saying no to tasks. A person deserves a chance to rest or keep from being overpowered by life tasks.

The joy of accomplishing task after task can be motivating. However exhaustion and brain fatigue never equals quality finished work. There is more in this world than work, work, work! This is why vacations are important to people. It is a time to relax. Now, taking a vacation to accomplish things around the house, or get working on other tasks, is really considered working. Take an actual vacation. A smart idea is to take vacation every six months for about one week doing nothing but relaxing.

Okay, maybe the mind would go crazy. So, for that week of rest, rest and do fun things. Explore activities that make the mind and body feel good about itself. Going to the movies, hanging out with friends and family, maybe even going fishing. There are other creative ideas that would still be considered vacation; things that take the soul to a happy place: Painting, music, running. Life is about finding a simple balance between doing and not doing.

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Time Management : Set an alarm


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• BBR Productions Inc : Time Management : Set an alarm

man created alarms to become more aware of time. An alarm helps wake people up, take a lunch, remember the food is completed, and most importantly it was built to give control back to the user. Setting an alarm for tasks times to be completed is helpful. With thirty to sixty minutes blocks for task activity, an alarm should go off dictating a need to move on to another task. An alarm can also single due times for scheduled appointments on a phone Calendar, or Computer Calendar.

When cooking a meal an alarm is set so nothing gets overcooked. People are prone to getting distracted while waiting. This goes for task activity as well. Working to long, or hard, on one task activity can fry the brain. The brain needs rest, and actually can last longer by changing things up. Even authors writing a book take breaks every one to two hours. This is so they can walk around, sit outside, eat a little snack. Recharging their brains.

A person deserves to stay focus. A human has complete value. A task is a thing. It comes and it goes. It will be there tomorrow. In some cases even the hardest workers can fall away but their single job task will continue on with another person. Our lives matter more than the task at hand. It will get done. It can get done, but a person’s life must maintain purpose over tasks. Set an alarm to life. Tasks will always be there tomorrow. Never work hard, but be productive!

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Time Management : There is always tomorrow


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• BBR Productions Inc : Time Management : There is always tomorrow

Time management can be destroyed when an overwhelming feeling comes over the mind. A bundle of tasks could pile up fairly quickly when left unchecked. This is okay. Because taking control back begins with a simple philosophy; There is always tomorrow. Tasks should be delegated from thirty, to sixty, minutes a day. This is generally focused on the idea of a Task, less the task itself. Think in terms of starting a stopping, instead of a specific task needing to be completed.

Work on a few tasks a day within time restraints, placed on by a schedule. When time runs out, stop that task then move on to the next task. If a specific task is not completed by the scheduled amount of time; that is okay, because there is always tomorrow. Though, there may be those days when a specific task has a deadline outside of a person’s control: Working at a job, last minute directions, etc. Somethings are out of a person’s control. This is a Precedence Task.

Waiting last minute is dangerous in any situation. Give time, days, even weeks when possible, to completing select tasks. Life is short, stress is only good in small amounts. Control time with schedules. “There is always tomorrow” is designed to focus. Throwing things to tomorrow then doing nothing but only relaxing, or watching TV, playing games, hanging out with friends, etc, is less productive and more destructive. Small steps equal larger journeys over time.

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Time Management : Group Necessities


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• BBR Productions Inc : Time Management : Group Necessities

Each day is set into motion with only twenty-four hours of time. Hopefully eight hours are dedicated to sleeping. In some case four to eight additional hours are given to a job. Best case scenario; a person has a job living in their dream. Figure in driving, eating, preparation to begin the day; now twenty-four hours is a small two, maybe three hours after you add in relax/meditate time. The assumption is a person has only three hours of free time a day. What if they had more?

More time does not always mean there is room to accomplish many tasks. More time means more time management. Having thirty minutes, or four hundred and eighty minutes, to work with has the same value. What can be accomplished in that amount of time? What needs to be accomplished in that amount of time? Look at tasks as groupings. Email, Call, Follow ups, Jolts; these are all within the same area of interest. In a task block of time consider this a thirty minute block of contacting people.

Why is grouping important? It takes away anxiety and allows the brain to focus. The human brain can focus on seven items plus or minus two. When there are multiple items within a subject, define those items as one major subject to accomplish. Another important part of grouping Task Items is understanding valued items. What is most important now? Numbering these items from one to ten (one being most important) gives a sense of direction. Attack those ones first!

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TAC: The Art of Conversation : 5 exercises to better TAC


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• BBR Productions Inc : TAC: The Art of Conversation : 5 exercises to better TAC

TAC-ticians become Masters in the advance arts of conversation with practice. Practice takes time working with multiple subject targets. Below are a few exercises to help better learn TAC: The Art of Conversation. Communication is key to finding your way.

1. Set goals: Setting simple goals help with mastering “Why”. It can also help with How and When. An example – I want to walk over to that person and get their name and one personal tidbit of information from them.

2. Talk with cashiers: Taking a cashier out of their groove for a moment and into the real world is a task. They are normally on script and zoned out. Breaking their “activity” and getting them involved in a “With” conversation, while keeping them and everyone around you happy, is good practice.

3. Start with people you know: The most comfortable a person can be is with people they know. Keep them out of the know of what you are attempting to accomplish. A friend, or family member, will have no idea what hit them once you utilize and control that conversation.

4. Practice listening: This seems easy enough, but how often do people really listen. Take note of what is being said, then respond with interest. Allow that interest to be director in their favor and less about relating their story with a personal, yet similar, story.

5. Brainstorm “With” conversation ideas: Write out notes on things that can be said about the weather, or rooms, places, clothes, etc. Having a collection of impromptu line openers will help slide any situations into a conversation!

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