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Absorb what is useful, reject what is useless, add what is specifically your own.
– Bruce Lee

Here you’ll find my latest posts on productivity, marketing and entrepreneurship in the translation industry. Happy reading!

 

Important vs. urgent: how to prioritise when you have too much to do

Important vs. urgent: how to prioritise when you have too much to do

Welcome to the next post in my Re-prioritise mini-series, part of the Looking-Glass Translations productivity programme!   Most recent posts have been about choosing the right goals. From today, I’ll be discussing how to hack your to-do list to achieve these goals – starting with getting your…

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The Great Productivity Project: Valentina Ambrogio

The Great Productivity Project: Valentina Ambrogio

Welcome to the next post in the Great Productivity Project series, part of the Looking-Glass Translations productivity programme! Contact me on today if you’d like to be featured in the series. This week, I speak to Valentina Ambrogio of Rockstar Translations! Let’s go!   1. How did you enter…

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The Great Productivity Project: Emeline Jamoul

The Great Productivity Project: Emeline Jamoul

Welcome to the next post in the Great Productivity Project series, part of the Looking-Glass Translations productivity programme! Contact me on today if you’d like to be featured in the series. This week, I speak to Emeline Jamoul of In Touch Translations! Let’s go!   1. How did you…

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The Great Productivity Project: Nicole Y. Adams

The Great Productivity Project: Nicole Y. Adams

Welcome to the first post in the Great Productivity Project series, part of the Looking-Glass Translations productivity programme! Contact me on today if you’d like to be featured in the series. Today I speak to Nicole Y. Adams of NYA Communications! Let’s go!   1. How did you enter the industry…

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The power of ‘no’: commanding respect as a translator

The power of ‘no’: commanding respect as a translator

Welcome to the first post in my Re-prioritise mini-series, part of the Looking-Glass Translations productivity programme! The best of intentions can set a dangerous precedent. When I first started out, whether you were the first or fifth customer on my books that week, I treated you like #1….

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