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Ideas and Inspiration to Improve Your Productivity

I hope you are having a productive week. In business, nothing can throw us out of momentum like having to stop everything and deal with credit card fraud! That has happened to me personally on several occasions so I was a little bit obsessed with the Equifax Data Breach this past week and took the time to see if I was one of the 143 million people affected. This is one of my Thursday 3 items and I invite you to take a moment to go online via the FTC link I provide in my blog and see if your data has indeed been breached.

The second obsession I have this week is over-charging of fees on hard-earned savings. If you haven’t picked up Tony Robbin’s latest book – Unshakable, I highly recommend that you do so now. I am both reading the hardcover and doing the audio. Even with a brief stint working at a brokerage years ago, I find the world of finance enthralling. We all work hard for our money so why would we allow someone to skim exorbitant fees even when our portfolio goes down. Trust me – it happens and it might be happening to you. This is a must-read.

The third item for this week can massively assist you in improving relationships with everyone from your partner to your employees. Dr. Gary Chapman’s 5 Love Languages has been a massive best-seller for years however I am shocked to see how few people actually have taken his free online quiz. Knowing what motivates people will make your work life much more efficient and isn’t that the goal – to help use accomplish more in less time so we can have space to do what we love? Take the quiz here.

With that my friends, I wish you a productive, profitable, and progress filled week.


Susan Sly

Author Susan Sly

Susan Sly is considered a thought leader in AI, award winning entrepreneur, keynote speaker, best-selling author, and tech investor. Susan has been featured on CNN, CNBC, Fox, Lifetime, ABC Family, and quoted in Forbes Online, Marketwatch, Yahoo Finance, and more. She is the mother of four and has been working in human potential for over two decades.

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