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If you’re honest with yourself, most of your Fridays don’t feel much like a “workday”.
You’re tired from a whole week’s work, your emails start piling up. Plus, your weekend is around the corner. It’s getting more difficult to get quality work done.
Sometimes you even feel like you have so much to do and you decide to organize your desk instead.
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As I sit down and review my notebook from 2016, a page caught my eye. It was a talk given by a billionaire, I circled one of many things he said “Time is a luxury.”
I didn’t quite get it at the moment.
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I am not into sports of any kind. But I watch the Olympic Games occasionally, for two reasons:
Since I will need much more space to talk about handsome men, let’s focus on top performers for now.
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I love reading books. I always ask people what business books they would recommend. And I used to brag about how many books I’ve read. Probably after hearing my “I’ve read so many books” speech for the millionth time, a friend responded, “Good for you. What did you do then?”
Earlier this month New York State’s legislature passed a plan that would raise NYC’s minimum wage to $15 an hour by 2018 and to raise the rest of the state’s minimum wage to $12.50.
For many people, this is good news.
You want to earn more at work, what is your strategy?