Harvard Lecturer Explains How To Achieve Extreme Productivity

Many businesses, such as law and accounting firms, bill clients by the hour. It’s been this way for decades and it’s generally expected that when you’re paying more, you’re getting the best. But the system is fundamentally flawed. It rewards the unproductive. It also wastes time on behalf of clients. Don’t get me wrong; you should get what you pay for. But if you spend two hours going through old invoices with a fine-tooth comb to see if you can find even an hour of erroneously billed time, what’s that really saving? If you charged $100 an hour for your services would it be worth $200 to find a $50 error? Continue reading “Harvard Lecturer Explains How To Achieve Extreme Productivity”

Interview with Marsha Friedman

Marsha Friedman
Marsha Friedman

“The term celebrity isn’t just reserved for the stars we read about in the tabloids, but rather, it also refers to experts who are known for being the tops in their chosen fields, many times removed from movie and TV stars,” says Friedman, author of Celebritize Yourself. “Whether you’re a doctor, financial advisor, real estate broker, used car sales person, or even a waiter, you can celebritize yourself in any field.” Continue reading “Interview with Marsha Friedman”