If you’re looking for a great digital tool to manage the things you need to do (or if you simply want to see what others are doing so you can compare the process to your current system), here’s a podcast that explains a simple way to use Asana.
Eric and I had the privilege of recording a mini-training about getting emails to zero with Amy Porterfield, an incredibly successful CEO (and friend!). She has maintained Inbox Zero for MONTHS already, and now we’re going to show you how you can do the same!
If you feel the need for “more God” in your life, or if you’d like to know what has helped others to get answers and direction from a power beyond their own, you’ll love today’s podcast featuring principle-based ideas that can help each of us to articulate meaningful questions, invest serious time in scripture study, and connect with God on a daily basis.
There’s a 90% chance that each of us is dealing with anxiety, depression, or relationship problems. And this podcast with world-renowned psychiatrist and best-selling author, Dr. David Burns, will provide some of the BEST information in the world to help you and your family.
There is no way that any of us can implement every good strategy–perfectly, and all at the same time. But that doesn’t mean we give up. It means we shift our perspective.
If you’re looking for a simple, step-by-step process to streamline your “stuff,” this is an incredibly doable way to get started.
If we do not prioritize our lives, someone else will. And if we do not consciously choose to live lives that matter, excellence will not simply “happen.”
Have you ever felt overwhelmed after returning from a trip–or as you’re diving back into work after a busy weekend? Here’s a step-by-step process to get you back on your game.
Years ago I read Ellyn Satter’s Child of Mine: Feeding with Love and Good Sense and have tried to adopt her mind-set in the division of responsibility. The parent is responsible for “what,” and the child is responsible for “how much.” Knowing that I can’t make my children eat, I try to focus on what
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.