[caption id="" align="alignright" width="300"]English: Third quarter of the major regular se... Photo credit: Wikipedia[/caption] Football season kicked off last weekend. Actually, the official kick-off was the previous Wednesday night with the Cowboys beating the Giants (yahoo!), but this past Sunday was the first day of regular season games. (Sorry, I don’t count pre-season games as football season.)

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="240"] toilet humour (Photo credit: lamentables)[/caption] I’m a regular blog contributor at SaneraCamp.com, which is run by business coach Alicia Arenas. All of the posts I write for her are geared towards business owners, and a recent post of mine is no different…except...

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="239"]Missouri Sales Tax Receipt coin Missouri Sales Tax Receipt coin (Photo credit: Kevin Dooley)[/caption] Let’s look at a couple of examples: Purchase:            $10.00 in school supplies Sales Tax:            $  0.81 (at 8.125%) Total:                     $10.81 Purchase:            $100.00 in school supplies Sales Tax:            $    8.13 (at 8.125%) Total:                     $108.13 Will you save money?

[caption id="" align="alignright" width="213"]Brain scanning technology is quickly approachi... (Photo credit: Wikipedia)[/caption] I have an important rule about multi-tasking: Don’t do it with high brain function activities. I tell my clients this over and over and over. I drive home that point because multi-tasking can end up costing more time in the end or causing you to complete a project in a less than stellar fashion because you were not fully focused on it. So, what do I mean about multi-tasking high brain function activities? You shouldn’t do two things at once which require thought or concentration. Examples:
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