Jun 4, 2013

Are You Being Too Nice for Your Own Good?
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What a great article for most of us who are either running our own small business, or might be contracted out with other local businesses.

I run into this problem a lot, being too nice and saying yes to so many things without thinking about how my time is precious and worth money.

This article provides great tips on how to prioritize if you feel like you are being too nice for your own good.

  • Assess
  • Put the Business First
  • Set New Rules
  • Know what Really Matters

And the one key tip I am still working on? Learning to say NO!

via Are You Being Too Nice for Your Own Good?.

Laurie Thompson

Laurie Thompson is the ship’s captain at SiteMast, where WordPress and Social Media meet. She obtained SiteMast over a year ago, and is thrilled to keep SiteMast’s legacy going for the coming years. Originally, SiteMast dealt with WordPress only, but slowly and surely the boat is sailing into the busy waters of Social Media. Laurie’s goal is to help smaller companies dive into the WordPress and Social Media waters, and have a smooth sailing experience.

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Laurie Thompson is the ship’s captain at SiteMast, where WordPress and Social Media meet. She obtained SiteMast over a year ago, and is thrilled to keep SiteMast’s legacy going for the coming years. Originally, SiteMast dealt with WordPress only, but slowly and surely the boat is sailing into the busy waters of Social Media. Laurie’s goal is to help smaller companies dive into the WordPress and Social Media waters, and have a smooth sailing experience.

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