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Kevin Kruse

Kevin Kruse


Kevin Kruse is an Inc 500 serial entrepreneur and New York Times bestselling author. His latest book is 15 Secrets Successful People Know About Time Management, which is based on interviews with 239 entrepreneurs.

Why Top CEOs Use A Calender – And Not A To-Do List

Use your calendar wisely, and you’ll make sure that the way you use time reflects what’s truly important to you.

6 Secrets To Planning Your Day Like A Millionaire

What are the productivity secrets of self-made millionaires? Do they think about their time differently than the rest of us?…

How To Plan For Unexpected Events – Without Losing Your Productivity

The key is to view your work with your clients as a partnership.

7 Secrets To Master Your Email

Try using these to keep your email under control, and you’ll suddenly discover hours per week that you didn’t know you had.

Productivity Secrets CEOs Can Learn From Indie Artists

It turns out business professionals have a lot more in common with indie artists than one would originally guess.

4 Tactics For Better Workplace Conversations

If you’re looking around and constantly wondering why you’re not at a higher position, then look no further – it’s because of your workplace conversations.

8 Secrets To Living Life Truly Present

You may be content with where you’re at now, but “content” may just be a limiting belief.

3 Secrets To An Entrepreneurial Mindset

The speed of change presents tremendous risk but also tremendous opportunity.

Win Over A Group With Your Full Monty Story

In his book, Fiercely Loyal: How High Performing Companies Develop and Retain Top Talent, author Dov Baron states that the most effective leaders of tomorrow will do one primary thing—keep top millennial talent. In his book he not only lays out a plan that will result in retaining talent, he offers steps that generate massive engagement and what he calls, Fierce Loyalty.

How To Fix Your Broken Meetings

Bad meeting culture is like a disease to your organization.

A New Way To Conduct Your Meetings

Would your organisation like to hold meetings that are more efficient, more…

Great Leaders Focus On Accountability Not Rules

Instead of using rules, look for opportunities to build accountability by assigning ownership and consequences to their decision-making.