Put a dollar value on your time
"I put an hourly value on my time. In my case, one hour of my time should, on average, generate $350 in gross profit. From that number, I can calculate what the added value of my work to the company should be in a day, week, month or year. It helps me make decisions to delegate a particular task. And it helps me to make hiring decisions when the new hire will replace some tasks that I am presently doing.”
— Bob Knoll, Millennium Packaging Group, San Antonio
Does ‘Enter password’ draw a blank?
"Unless you have a system for assigning passwords, you can spend a lot of time tracking them. Choose a random four- or five-digit number (not your birthday) and combine it with the first four or five letters of the web address. That way, each password will be unique, but easily remembered.”
— John Dini, San Antonio
How one Post-it can improve writing
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