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Governor O’Malley Accepts “PlanMaryland”

Governor O’Malley Accepts “PlanMaryland”

 

The following information was sent to us by Takirra Winfield:

 

Governor Martin O’Malley today accepted “PlanMaryland,” the State’s first long-range plan for sustainable growth, from Secretary Richard Eberhart Hall of the Maryland Department of Planning (MDP) – achieving a vision first laid out by the General Assembly a half-century ago.

Time Management Tips & Techniques

As I promised here is the third of a series of three time management articles on managing your time and life. Good time management skills will allow you to be in control of your time and life, and your stress and energy levels. Here are several tips and techniques, plus a great exercise that will support you in getting things accomplished!

Tips & Techniques:

First Days in India Yield New Business Deals to Bring Jobs, Investment, and Business into Maryland

First Days in India Yield New Business Deals to Bring Jobs, Investment, and Business into Maryland

 

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Volunteer Recruitment and Networking Social at University of Maryland

Volunteer Recruitment and Networking Social at University of Maryland

 

Date(s): Tuesday, November 22, 2011
Time(s): 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Location:
University of Maryland - Robert H. Smith School of Business
1505 Van Munching Hall
Room 1505 (off of Mowatt Lane)
College Park, MD 20742

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Managing Your Stuff

Ever think to yourself, I don’t have the time for managing my time? Of course, we all have! How do manage all your stuff? How do you decide what to focus on each day?

I have used a system that really helps manage my workflow at home and in the office. David Allen’s system in Getting Things Done has influenced the way I organize my life. Here are five steps that can help.

1. Collect: Everything that is incomplete that you have to do.

2. Process: What is it you have to do? Is it actionable or not? 

3. Organize: If it is a non-actionable item then either toss it, use a tickler system as a reminder, or store it as a reference item. If it is an action item ask yourself what the next action step is; second, what is the outcome or result are you committed to?

Prince George’s County Minority Business Division Recognizes Native American Month

Prince George’s County Minority Business Division Recognizes Native American Month

 

The following information was sent to us by Denise Roberts:

 

In the spirit of Native American Month, the Prince George’s County Minority Business Development Division (MBDD) and Prince George’s FSC First present a Capital One Bank Event, “Doing Business with Prince George’s County – Getting Your Business Financials in Order.”

 

Governor O'Malley To Lead Trade Mission To India

Governor O'Malley To Lead Trade Mission To India

 

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