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Get Organized For The Health Of It

Get Organized For The Health Of It

What does organization have to do with your health? More than you think! Being organized affects more than just your environment – it also has a strong relationship with your level of health and well-being. Clutter and chaos can make us feel overwhelmed and out of control, contributing to increased levels of stress in our… Read more

Keeping You Organized for Business or Summer Travel

After putting off travel plans during the last two years of the pandemic, airlines, hotels, and travel agents are all reporting that Americans are planning increased travel for late spring and summer. Are you traveling out of town this summer? A family vacation? Maybe a business trip that requires some advance planning? (If your summer… Read more

Six Ways to Anchor Yourself with Daily Habits

Use “Certainty Anchors” – Six Ways to Establish Daily Habits Having big life goals is exciting, motivating and necessary for propelling yourself towards the things you want to accomplish. But sometimes enormous life goals can also create fear or overwhelm, which can cause you to feel stuck. When you’re going after BHAGs (Big, Hairy, Audacious… Read more

How to Have the Benefits of an Organized Workspace

How Do You Organize Your Workspace? One in four Americans wish they had a more organized workspace. Are you one of them? Staying organized in the workplace is incredibly important and leads to better output and quality work. It can be tough to get started, though, especially if you have an excess of clutter. To… Read more

How to Say No at Work

Do you need to just say “no”? These days many people are expected to do more work in less time. Since people want to appear eager, be a team player and be well liked, they often understandably say yes to increasing demands. But sometimes saying yes comes with a high cost. Increased stress, decreased focus,… Read more

How to Gain Control Over Your Email Inbox

Question: Help! I’m drowning in email.  How can I gain control over my Email inbox and get my work done? I open Email in the morning and soon hours pass and I haven’t completed any of the work on my to-do list. Answer: This is a very common challenge. In fact, last week alone I taught a… Read more

What is the Real Cost of Disorganization at Work?

The Cost of Disorganization Have you ever wondered how much disorganization is costing you or your business? According to the Inc. Magazine, employees waste an average of 4.3 hours every week looking for things that they have but can’t find. Time wasted looking for documents, electronic files, important emails and other things is lost productivity… Read more

Do You Need a “Go Bag”?

Travel is up. Are you finding yourself traveling more, ready to travel, or dreaming about a next trip? Is travel part of your work? Do you adventure or vacation for fun and pleasure? Are you a frequent traveler? Do you sometimes need to catch a plane at a moment’s notice (or wish you could)? A… Read more

Are You Stuck in a Cycle of Procrastination?

Procrastination: that undesirable time gap between intention and action. We’re all guilty of procrastination from time to time, and it is one of the biggest time management enemies and productivity killers. You intend to do something, you may even plan time to do it, but then you drag your feet. Getting out of the cycle… Read more

The Truth about Multi-tasking and Productivity

Are you under the impression that you have to multi-task in order to be productive and “get it all done”? If so, you’re not alone. Many people, stressed out and overwhelmed by the volume of their to-do list feel compelled to speed up, work faster, push harder, and do multiple things at the same time…. Read more

Quick Tip for Improving Focus: Visualize and Verbalize

What does your day look like? Visualize and verbalize your goals to improve focus and results We talk a lot about various tools and techniques for goal setting and time management. Sometimes small simple things can make a big difference in helping you plan your time and stick to your goals. In addition to writing… Read more

Forming a New Habit is a Process, Not an Event

Are you having trouble getting a new habit to stick? Forming a new habit is a process, not an event. Many studies show it takes at least 30 days to form a new habit. That means if you made a New Year’s resolution or set goals for 2022 that include a new habit, it should… Read more

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