Non-Overwhelm

[QW15] Taming your ‘Save As’ list in MS Office

[QW15] Taming your ‘Save As’ list in MS Office

[ Quick Win posts – QWs – are brief items to help non-overwhelm your day. Enjoy! ]     OK now. Seriously. Am I the only person fed up with the cumbersome ‘Save As’ list in MS Office products? That puppy seems to go on forEVer. In reality, this is our 'Recent...

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[QW8] “How do I get past client objections?”

[QW8] “How do I get past client objections?”

[ Quick Win posts – QWs – are brief items to help non-overwhelm your day. Enjoy! ]     "Heard it all before, yadda, yadda, yadda." Of course. But how many of us paid attention? Writing a post on this topic was the farthest thing from my mind. (Except for the...

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5 Steps to Non-Overwhelm [Redux]

5 Steps to Non-Overwhelm [Redux]

[ Chapter 1 in my book is based on this post. ]   As small business owners suffered through the 'overwhelm' known as 2020 (!), I know some of us used a bit of the shutdown time to re-work company procedures. In that spirit, I've updated the flagship to my...

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A fresh look @ follow-up

A fresh look @ follow-up

When my friend Shawn and I talked about meeting reminders, she gave me another excellent idea to research and share with you: “I’d like to find the best way to follow-up and thank clients. Has the etiquette around thank-you notes changed?” Funny you should ask. When I...

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A fresh look @ meeting reminders

A fresh look @ meeting reminders

One great thing about asking your subscribers for blog post topics?   They come up with countless ideas.   Thanks to Margie G., an executive assistant for a racing team, we'll consider useful meeting reminders. The question that started it all As you might imagine,...

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“HOW did my file get so messed up?!”

“HOW did my file get so messed up?!”

Whether you’re a business owner, a job seeker sending out résumés, or a writer trying to break into the ‘big time,’ you will appreciate this post. This information isn't hidden away in a vault. You don't need a government clearance to read it. But, sometimes ... we...

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Step 6 to Non-Overwhelm: “Shut it down!”

Step 6 to Non-Overwhelm: “Shut it down!”

[ This post was the base for Chapter 2 in my book, Welcome to Non-Overwhelm! ] In my 5 Steps to Non-Overwhelm post, I addressed creating and tweaking your business processes while leaving time for maintaining and growing your business. (It's interesting real-world...

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“Should I use links on my website?”

“Should I use links on my website?”

[ 2024 update: I no longer offer website testing as a service, but I still receive questions about using links on websites. I thought this might be a good one to add to the 'Non-Overwhelm' list for you. Here you go. 😎 ] Since I'm a website tester, people ask me for...

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Rescue your proofing budget!

Rescue your proofing budget!

Do you remember that D+ report in high school? The one with sentence fragments and wrong words in place of the right ones? Yeah. That report. Mom wasn't happy. Let me help you avoid this problem and save money on proofing your company documentation. ’Cause in the real...

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