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.
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!
Dave Ramsey’s Smart Conference was one of the best we’ve ever attended. We know it’s not always easy to get away for a full day, so we sat down and went through the highlights from our notes so you can get the benefits right along with us!
When I discovered the SANE program and started reading The Calorie Myth, I didn’t think it was possible to eat twelve to fourteen servings of non-starchy vegetables a day. Yet, I was surprised to discover how simple helps have made it possible and tasty. Here are some of my favorite ways to make SANE eating
It’s great to discuss ways to streamline our lists, keep our emails at zero, and move forward on our projects, but It’s ESSENTIAL to know we’re moving forward on the right things, in the right way, with the right support. Here’s a productivity tip we couldn’t live without.
Here are seven possible reasons you’re struggling to get your projects done–AND seven solutions we hope will inspire you along the way. Come listen to the podcast and then report BACK! We’re cheering for you.