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The first hour at your desk can make your workday more productive. It just takes a little careful planning. Fast Company reports three things that will help you to be successful at work in one hour!

1. Do not check e-mail. If it was that important, you would have gotten a text or phone call.

2. And once you free yourself up from checking emails the first hour, it leaves times for you to spend about 10 minutes to think about everything you are grateful for, such as family, friends, your career and more!

3. Do the worst first. If it’s something you dread it then put it at the head of things to do!

Before you open your email, buckle down and get one task accomplished. It’s even better if that one task can be something difficult or something you have dreaded doing. Read more at http://tinyurl.com/ccy53pd.

Source: The Wings Of Inspiration

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Remember, “We are each angels with one wing; and we can only fly by embracing one another.” Have a God-day on purpose and enjoy the Son-shine today!

Expect great things in 2013!

Peace and Blessings,

CeCe McGhee “The Angel of Inspiration -aka- Minister Cheryl Golden “On Fire to Inspire!”

*You are invited to join me live on Praise 103.9-Philly Sundays 2 PM-6PM and Monday through Friday 2 PM-7 PM; or listen online at www.praisephilly.com!






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