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Whether you're going out of town or home for the weekend, set yourself up for success on MONDAY!
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Turns out, laying down can help you give better presentations.
Have you heard of the Alexander technique?
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Happy Friday. PS, we live in an awesome time for entrepreneurs.
With the global economic crisis abating, cities across the U.S. are experiencing an increase in entrepreneurial activity.
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It's almost scary how well this works.
You've already lost the productivity game if your phone is on, or even if it's on a vibrate mode. That buzz is more distracting than you think.
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Success is a state of mind. Here are three key ways your thoughts hold you back, or help you grow: http://entm.ag/1fXWS4e
Success is all in your head. If you want to control your ability to have a lucrative, fulfilling career, it's imperative to control the way you think.
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Want to change your life and be more #productive than ever? Watch this video and get started with Google Chrome Profiles. 
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Here's how to make teamwork your company's priority, and really grow: http://linkd.in/1O63uJ7
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Instead of throwing in the towel, try this to rekindle your job relationship:
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Still figuring out what you want to do? Do this first.
Goal-setting closed achievement gaps in a recent experiment. The key element? Students put their thoughts in writing.
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Take it from one of the best innovators in history.
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Follow this advice to accomplish your biggest goals.
Instead of obsessing about what you can't do, it's important to focus on all the ways you can accomplish your vision. Your brain is a powerful tool for overcoming obstacles.
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Curiosity killed the cat? Not so fast. Here's how being curious helps you care, do and achieve more: http://bit.ly/1LlX8W3
Believe it or not, insatiable curiosity could be the secret weapon to propel yourself, your team, and your career into a whole new level of success.
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That is not true and had NOTHING to do with PayPal!   I cancelled service in November 2014, you charged my account this month!  I did not renew, I do not use your service! Your statement is a lie.
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GQueues is the leading Google-integrated task manager for people and teams.
Introduction
In December 2008, I was grasped by a desire to live a more fulfilling life. I wanted to get more out of what I put into work, and have more energy to focus on what's really important to me. To reach my goals, I decided that it was time to get organized. In a big way.

I set out to find an online task manager that was powerful enough to help me stay organized, yet simple enough to not slow me down. Most tools I tried either had too many features that were not intuitive, or lacked the functionality I needed to stay on track.

So I decided I would build a new online task manager with two guiding principles:

  1. The app would integrate with existing Google products whenever possible, taking advantage of tools I already used and knew quite well.

  2. The app must be really easy to use - every feature must be simple and intuitive.

Since the initial launch in January 2009 GQueues has grown as a product based on feedback from the community of GQueues users. With every new feature added, I strive to make the app more powerful while still remaining simple. Most importantly, I believe listening to users will always keep GQueues moving in the right direction.