Exploration is over and now you’ve got a lapful of goals. So now what do you do with them? I am queen of my favorite 9-letter word: STRUCTURE. What’s next is to create a series of routines and habits in your calendar that have you accomplish your goals. The first place to start is with [...]
First week of the New Year and I am all about evaluation. This time of year, I recommend looking at your life and figuring out who you are and what you want. I am not talking about the PollyAnna new year’s resolutions most people create. I am talking about soul-searching with a plan! Some people [...]
“What?” you shriek! “Losers are not productive!”… I know… and if you are a list maker… NEITHER ARE YOU. I know it’s a rude awakening. I know what I’m saying flies in the face of all you’ve been taught. But, to do lists really are for losers. The more lists you make, the less you [...]
The government seems to be intervening into our lives everywhere these days. One would think that we are all clueless morons that can’t innovate for ourselves. Sure, tax cuts are nice, but you don’t need government help to grow your business during a recession. Even more important, if you can’t grow your business during a recession… you can’t grow your [...]
…and the REAL truth about each one: 1. I don’t have time to set up a system. You don’t have the time NOT to. Stop what you’re doing today and make the time. There will NEVER be a point in your life where time just opens up and you’re sitting there thinking, “Oh, now I [...]
Read it if you need it! Found a great article today at www.thinksimplenow.com http://thinksimplenow.com/happiness/a-guide-for-the-overwhelmed/ for anyone who is feeling overwhelmed. The best advice in this article: STOP. Don’t keep plugging along blindly. Keep hacking at the unessential in your life. Prioritize and plan to restore balance and success!
Do you work hard or work smart? Most of us are proud of how hard we work, how many hours we put in and how tired we are at the end of each day. It seems that people think that their level of exhaustion is a measure of how much they have given to a project. [...]