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Dave Crenshaw
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Dave Crenshaw has appeared in TIME magazine, Forbes, and on MSN Money. He has been interviewed on radio and TV stations across North America and is the President of the National Association of Productivity Coaches. His first book, The Myth of Multitasking: How ‘Doing It All’ Gets Nothing Done, has been published in six languages and is a time management best seller. His latest book, Invaluable: The Secret to Becoming Irreplaceable, was published in May by Jossey-Bass. Dave is an expert in helping you and your business become invaluable and has helped thousands of clients worldwide.


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Think you’re the world’s best multitasker? Know someone who thinks they can do many things at once? Here’s your chance to put your skills to this test! In this video, I walk you through the all-new version of my myth of multitasking exercise. Complete the exercise. Share your result below. Then invite at least two people […] The post
Think your employees should all have common sense? Think again. Any assumption that anyone else should think the way you do is, in fact, the opposite of common sense! The truth? Assumptions about other people often open the door to a swift takeover by the infamous Chaos Inc. Ready to take your small business to a whole new […] The post Why
For some small business owners, websites are a “necessary evil.” Agree with that sentiment? If so, you’re likely missing out on money bags full of sales revenue. This misunderstanding of the value of a website is encouraged by your nemesis, Chaos Inc.! With all that high-tech noise, how do you ensure a great site while […] The post 4
By now you probably feel confident enough to tackle chaos when it hits—but what about where it starts? How does Chaos Inc. initiate the battle of good vs. evil and how can you keep it from getting the best of your small business? The cause of most entrepreneurial errors comes from some seemingly minor sins […] The post The 7 Fatal Sins of
You’re in luck, my fellow entrepreneur. Today you get an inside look at how your competitors get more out of their employees–why they have amazing, engaged people while you struggle to get people to just follow simple instructions. Check out this email we intercepted: “As the employee of an entrepreneur, it can sometimes be difficult
Entrepreneurs know that sometimes things go wrong—horribly wrong. It’s in moments like these that your business systems really get tested. In particular: your problem solving system. A focused way of thinking is exactly what your small business needs to solve any issues that come your way. Got one? Odds are, you don’t or if you […] The post