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Suggested Reads – April 2015 – Entrepreneurs

suggested reads for empowering entrepreneurs

Here are this month’s picks of helpful articles for empowering entrepreneurs.

1: Steve Jobs Took Long Walks and Why You Should Too

Ntake long walksot only will it make you more creative, it will help you get those ideas over to your colleagues better and allow you to fit more into your day. All while helping you not to die early.  Read more on the Canva blog.

2: 10 Ways to Stop Feeling Overworked and Overwhelmed

overworked“The only person who is going to keep you from feeling overworked and overwhelmed is you.” Commit to intentionally managing your time so you have a fighting chance of showing up at your best: your most inspired, your most productive, and your most “in the flow.”  Read more on LinkedIn Pulse.

3: 10 Tips on Managing Information Overload

info-overloadDo you feel like you’re constantly being flooded with more information than your brain can handle? Emails, texts, tweets, wall posts, your news feed, voicemails, snail mail, messages…If you’re feeling like it’s all too much, here are 10 quick tips to manage information overload. Read more from Dana D’Orsi

4: 9 Things Successful People Do Differently

successfulDecades of research on achievement suggests that successful people reach their goals not simply because of who they are, but more often because of what they do. You don’t need to become a different person to become a more successful one. Read more on the Harvard Business Review.

I hope that you have found these articles about empowering entrepreneurs useful. Visit my Scoop.it page to view over 100 articles on this very same topic. You may also enjoy the articles I am recommending this month on the topic of Increasing Online Presence.  I look forward to sharing new pieces with you every month.

I would love to hear from you on any of these topics.  I hope you will contact me with your thoughts and comments.

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