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Tips on how a Manager can Build a Stronger Team (Infographic)

How to Create a Stronger and More Productive Team

Team Building is an important, integral skill for any manager or leader in today’s professional space. Having a work environment that is team oriented will result in more productive employees, better project results, and happier team mates. 

Teams aren’t formed by dictatorial leaders, they are formed as the product of coaching. Coaches are leaders who involve their team, both in problem solving and workflow optimization. As it turns out, employees respond to questions and involvement much better than they respond to commands. 

A manager acting as a coach will: 

  • Ask their team questions, rather than issue demands. 
  • Involve their employees in trouble shooting, problem solving, and workplace solutions. 
  • Take interest in their employees and show that they care. 
  • Take the time to pay attention to each individual member of the team. 

This info graphic from showcases these principals with detailed information and great examples! 


These 11 simple changes can drastically improve workplace performance and employee morale, leading to more productivity and better results in the workplace. This is how to create a stronger and more productive team. If you want to be this kind of leader, following these few tips will help you to be a better leader and more efficient manager. 

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Do the Holidays have You Stressed Out? Here are 9 Tips to Help

It’s the most stressful time of the year! The Holidays. Whether you celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or Winter Solstice, between parties, cooking, gift buying, family coming, bad weather and holiday traveling, it can get stressful.

In this infographic from, we share 8 tips to reduce stress during the holidays and we’ve added a 9th!

#9: Come to Simply Smashing Rage Room! We’ve got Christmas ornaments you can smash and relieve your holiday stress! 

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Do the Holidays have You Stressed Out? Here are 9 Tips to Help

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8 Secrets to Help You Master Time Management [Infographic]

What are the problems caused by poor time management? 

  • You’re late for work a lot and you get fired.
  • You miss an important deadline and lose a client.
  • You’re constantly late for dates and your boyfriend or girlfriend breaks up with you.
  • You miss your plane making you late for a meeting, you lose your rental car and it costs you more money.
  • You are stressed because of the enormous pile of work that greets you every day.
  • It’s difficult to get through your email inbox.

We can go on.

Here are 8 tips from The Muse to help you get a grip on time management:

  1. Declutter
  2. Plan
  3. Prioritize
  4. Be effective
  5. Focus
  6. Finish the job
  7. Stop procrastinating
  8. Stay organized

8 Secrets to Help You Master Time Management

However, sometimes no matter how organized or managed you try to be, life happens. You get angry, frustrated and stressed.

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Infographic courtesy of Everwise .

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Are You Prepared for a Natural Disaster? What you need to do to prep…

After watching Hurricanes Harvey and Irma hit Texas and Florida,, you can’t help but stop and think, “I am prepared in the event of a natural or manmade disaster?”

I’m not a “prepper” or a “survivalist”, however, I have lived through 6 hurricanes in my lifetime, the worst one being Andrew in Miami. Even if you home fares well, be prepared to live for a few days without power. I was 2 weeks without electricity after Andrews. My one lesson was not to wait for 4 hours at a grocery store for ice that melts in 2. Way not worth it!

Some of the basics that you need to be prepared are…

  • a radio
  • flashlight
  • batteries
  • canned or packaged, nonperishable food (don’t forget the can opener!)
  • small BBQ or camp stove
  • a full tank of gas in your car

Having at least these items will keep you sane, reduce stress and anxiety.

In this infographic from has a complete list to be prepared…

Are You Prepared for a Natural Disaster? What you need to do to prep

The best advice I can give in whatever situation you find yourself in is:

Be wise and be safe. 

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By Giselle Aguiar, entrepreneur and hurricane survivor and currently lives in Phoenix, AZ (no hurricanes).

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21 Things to do to get a Better Night’s Sleep

If you’re not getting a good night’s sleep you risk some serious health issues. According to the National Heart, Lung and Blood Institute…

Ongoing sleep deficiency is linked to an increased risk of heart disease, kidney disease, high blood pressure, diabetes, and stroke.

It also makes you gain weight!

In infographic below from, are 21 things you can do to improve your sleep.

Here are the top 10 things that worked for me. I now get a solid 8 hours most every night.

  1. Start dimming your lights about 2 hours before bedtime.
  2. Use a night-dimmer if you must read on your phone or tablet so you don’t have the blue light that keeps you up.
  3. Do not drink caffeine after 2 pm.
  4. Don’t drink alcohol 1 hour before bed.
  5. Don’t exercise heavily right before bed. Do yoga stretches before going to sleep to relax you.
  6. Drink chamomile tea.
  7. Remove the TV from the bedroom. I don’t miss it at all.
  8. No business or work after 8 pm. Period. It can wait till the morning. Keep a pen and notepad on your nightstand in case you get a brilliant idea. But try to start chilling 1 hour before bed.
  9. Take calcium, potassium, melatonin and magnesium supplements before bed.
  10. Block your eyes from any light. Use a night mask or bandana. The body starts creating melatonin in the dark.

There’s also a cool sleep app — Sleep Cycle — to download on your phone and place it on the nightstand. It’ll monitor your sleep.

21 Things to do to get a Better Night's Sleep

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By Giselle Aguiar, entrepreneur and teacher.

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Stop Multitasking! You Can Train Your Brain to Focus

Did you know that you could train your brain like a muscle? Yes. These exercises can help you focus and become more productive! 

Here are some effective ways to fight distractions that will help you focus more on what you need to get done:

  1. Listen to music while you work. My mom used to wonder how I could listen to rock and roll music and do my homework at the same time. It has to do with the release of dopamine to your brain. Positive moods help you focus more.
  2. Train your mind like a muscle. Turn off the distractions for a certain amount of time. That email doesn’t need to be addressed immediately! If the phone rings, let them leave a message. If they really want to reach you, they will.
  3. Watch your coffee intake. Yes, caffeine helps you to be alert, but you only need 6 oz. of coffee. Any more can cause anxiousness.

Check out this infographic from CareerBliss with details on how to focus better:

Stop Multitasking! You Can Train Your Brain to Focus -infographic Simply Smashing Rage Room

Next time: Mindfulness!

And in case you missed it the first part of this series: Why You Need to Stop Multitasking [Infographic]

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13 Revealing Signs that You are Overthinking Things

If you suffer from insomnia, you may be an overthinker. Overthinking things is a common characteristic of perfectionists. You can’t turn your brain off – even at night. You’re trying to write an email or an article and you’re constantly redoing it. You want it to be perfect. But perfection is in the eye of the beholder.

Here are 14 Telltale Signs that You are Overthinking Things. Infographic by Sharon Martin, LCSWPsychcentral.

14 Revealing Signs that You are Overthinking Things

You are an overthinker if you…

  1. Second guess everything.
  2. Can’t help analyzing things to death.
  3. Always expect the worst.
  4. Suffer from insomnia often.
  5. Hate making decisions.
  6. Would rather someone else do the deciding for you.
  7. Have regrets.
  8. Can’t let things go.
  9. Take everything personally.
  10. Are a perfectionist.
  11. Are often critical of yourself – not quite sure of yourself.
  12. Feel tense, constantly under stress.
  13. Can’t turn your brain off.

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How to Overcome Being a Perfectionist [Infographic]

In our previous post we listed a few telltale signs that you are a perfectionist. Once you admit that you are one, you need overcome the urges to be perfect otherwise, you will drive yourself crazy.

Below is another infographic from with 8 ways to overcome being a perfectionist. And, of course, we’ve added the 9th!

  1. Commit to your goals, but don’t let failures define you.
  2. Allow yourself to do things incompletely and imperfectly. OK should be good enough.
  3. Don’t focus on unimportant information and requisites.
  4. Respect and love yourself.
  5. Your ideals should be guides not absolutes.
  6. Find time for your relationships.
  7. Every step is a job well done!
  8. Delegate and let go. You don’t have to do everything yourself!
  9. Come to the Rage Room and let go of your frustrations! We’ll clean up after you! 

How to Overcome Being a Perfectionist

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6 Steps to Solving Anger Problems [Infographic]

Anger is unavoidable. However, there are ways to avoid and solve anger issues. I mean really, what can you resolve by being angry?

Alright, in today’s world, you can’t help but get angry at many things especially people. But, if you think about it, you really need relationships both at home and at work. Stuff’s going to happen and it’s all about how you handle it.

Here are 6 Steps to Solve Anger Issues:

  1. Get your ready for a talk.
  2. Say what the problem is.
  3. Listen to the other person.
  4. Explain how you feel.
  5. Talk about ideas about solving the problem.
  6. Choose an idea to try.

Ways to Solve Anger Problems

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Compromise isn’t easy – for either person. Moreover, if you have to give in or sacrifice something to salvage the situation, that hurts.

Holding it in is not going to help you neither is yelling at the person with which you have an issue. You don’t want unresolved anger.

Your resolve is going to a Rage Room – a safe place to lose control.

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