Busy, but not productive? We know how that feels… This simple, powerful lesson from Todd Herman shows us exactly WHY context-switching must be a habit of the past.
Back in 2004, I read a book called “How to Become CEO” in secret. Why? I didn’t believe it would ever happen for me. Thankfully, some amazing mentors stepped in and helped me to change that mindset. One of those mentors is Todd Herman. Hear the story and come sign up for his free video series!
Through these 25 powerful chapters filled with inspiring, down-to-earth stories from the life of my mother, Zoe (who is in the final stages of Alzheimer’s), you’ll feel an immediate sense of peace, an increased ability to focus on the relationships in your life, and a renewed desire to create a loving family that will be yours forever.
There’s this crazy phenomenon going on right now. Good, devoted mothers get on social media, and they’re convinced they’re not enough. Here’s what I’ve discovered.
If we could really see where spiritual power is available to us, I think we would be overwhelmed by how much is within our reach. Here are four ideas to consider.
Every one of us feels multiple gaps in our lives. We want to have, do, or be something better than we are. Here are three ideas to help us all more fully appreciate what these gaps can help us to become.
This 4-minute video shares the personal stories behind our new program–designed to help your whole family attain long-term health and wellness.
If you’ve ever counted calories and diligently exercised without seeing results, struggled with body image issues, felt concerned about developing diabetes, or lacked confidence because of the size of your body, you are not alone. And, I might add, you need to listen to this podcast.
I was doing my best. I was counting my calories. And I taught my overweight daughter to do the same. Now, after years of purposely going hungry, we’ve achieved a sustainable, beautiful level of nutrition that we can’t wait to share with YOU.
What are some simple tips you can apply TODAY to help you procrastinate less? April shares a few ideas from her own experience and David Allen’s bestseller, Getting Things Done®.