Relaxation rarely occurs by chance. We have to plan for it.Read More
4 Bests Practices to keep from falling down the rabbit hole.Read More
I believe that people waste time daily, by trying to remember what they are supposed to be doing after an interruption, because we live in a society of distractions. Our cell phones and social media being 2 of the biggest culprits.Read More
You may or may not know that my clients refer to me as the “Queen of Implementation”. My brain is wired to focus on productivity and effectiveness. Well, I’m not sure how much of it is in the wiring, but I continue to train and discipline myself for effectiveness. One way I do this is by writing things down.Read More
Many people “want to do it all”. They yearn for more…something faster and better. They’re proud overachievers. Their busy schedule is a badge of honor. They feel uncomfortable “just being”. Full confession here…I used to be one of these people. And I was worn out. Period.Read More
Imagine this…it’s Friday at 10am, and you’ve known all week to meet a deadline by 5pm Friday. And you’ve been procrastinating. BIG TIME. It’s like you thought you could bend time. (Well, maybe you can, but that’s a different blog post altogether)Read More
When was the last time you opened your mailbox, only to find an honest to goodness, handwritten thank you note? You know, the kind that isn’t pre-printed with your name and address. It doesn’t have a “bulk mail” stamp on it. It’s the real deal…It has a handwritten address, and a real stamp. How long has it been?Read More
How many times have you ruminated over a decision…where to go for dinner, what color to paint your living room, what socks to wear today? OMG! How much time do we spend making decisions???Read More
Dictionary.com defines busyness as “lively but meaningless activity”. One thing I notice is when people talk about how “busy” they are. “I’m too busy to go to lunch” or “I’m to busy to workout” or “I’m too busy to take time to find out why I’m too busy all the time.”Read More
What if you would have taken FIVE minutes, to write out your grocery list (and even check in with the family to see what they need). You have it in your phone (or, *gasp* on paper). You head to the store and quickly find everything on your list. Once home, you proceed to put together dinner for your family. No drama, no beating your self up, no forgotten items.Read More
I don’t ever remember where I first heard this. (maybe because I didn’t write it down then?) But I knew it was true. How many times have you walked from one room to the next, with a clear idea of what you were doing, only to cross the threshold and have NO CLUE about what you were doing. If you’re like many people, it’s happened too frequently.Read More
How often do you ask yourself this question: “Should I give up on this project”? . If I give up, what will I be missing? Will I be quitting too early…before my reward comes? Or should I keep pushing through. How do you weigh the risk and reward?
If you’re looking for the answer, read no more. Literally…I don’t have the answer, so if that’s what you need, stop reading now.
However, if you’re looking for ways to weigh the pros and cons, read on.Read More