We all know these people who always seem to be on top of things—get more done in less time, deliver on every task they take on. To help you become one of them, I reached out to a few successful project managers—people who get paid to be *master* planners—and asked what to do to better manage one’s personal life. Here are their best tips.
Oh, the dreaded elevator pitch. If you’re neither one of the slick salesmen from Man Men, nor the Wolf of Wall Street, you probably hate it. Nothing wrong with that — traditional elevator pitch is a lost cause. Here’s how to fix yours to make it actually work!
There have been times when you were *this* close from saying “screw this crap, I’m quitting my job and moving to a far-flung dreamland,” right? Betcha. So—let me show you how to do it. In less than 6 months from now, you'll be making really good money while working from wherever you want. Interested? Read on!
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