Tanya Dalton

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Tanya Dalton is a transformational speaker, best-selling author and nationally recognized productivity expert. She is also the founder of inkWELL Press Productivity Co.

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3 Questions to Ask If You Want Female Entrepreneurs to Accelerate

Progress will come when everyone asks themselves what they can do to help.

You're Not "Multi-Passionate," You Just Have a Procrastination Problem

Saying you're multi-passionate is really just a procrastination excuse -- an excuse that keeps you from fully committing and moving forward.

Here's the Secret to Growing Your Business During the Slow Summer Months

Choosing to purposely do nothing at all with your time is actually one of the best strategies you can take to grow your business...that's right, imagine that: nothing.

4 Key Takeaways to Consider Before Adding Your Husband To Your Payroll

Of the hundreds of women I've mentored over the years, I find one of the questions I'm continually asked is: "How do you work with your husband without wanting to kill one another?!"

Forget the 80/20 Rule: How to Design Your Own Ratio for Success

When used correctly, Pareto's Principle gives us a clearer picture of where we need to focus our time and energy. Unfortunately, though, there are quite a few misconceptions floating around about this principle.

Why I'm Shifting to a Four-Day Workweek This Summer

And why you should consider it for your company's employees as well.

4 Ideas for Actually Pivoting Your Business Right Now

Entrepreneurs have likely heard this word over and over this month, but what does it mean for you?

4 Ways to Turn Uncertainty into Strength for Your Business

How to find the silver lining in this situation and put your business in the best possible position.

How I Built My Business So That My Husband Could Quit His Job

The three-step business model that allowed my husband to quit the corporate world and come work for me.

Why the Pomodoro Technique Is Failing You

The wildly popular productivity hack may be doing more damage than good.

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