There is more knowledge available to us today than ever before. But what do we DO with everything we learn so it doesn’t get lost in the shuffle? Here’s one simple way to track (and easily find!) all the wonderful things we learn that we never want to forget.
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My hope with today’s podcast is to give you a few specific things you could start doing TODAY to make a difference in your life. You absolutely can get organized. 🙂 I hope this is helpful for you!
A mind sweep is an incredibly powerful tool, but most people don’t really know when and how to do them—and what to do with the mind sweep once it’s completed. Today, I’m going to share a few principles to help your mind feel even more calm and clear.
This is the fourth and final episode in the “Create Your Year” series, and today we’re talking about how to make our day-to-day activities flexible and calm–but still effective–as we step into the vision of who we want to become. There’s a bonus template for you, as well!
Building on the last episode, “Create Your Year,” we’re now diving into how to create an optimal Current Projects List and Routines List to support the life we want to live. Enjoy!
Being an “achiever” has served me well in many ways, but it’s also been the primary source of my internal angst. Join me in this episode where I share my personal take on achieving vs. becoming–and come download the special worksheet we created that can help you personalize this for your unique situation!
Most people WANT to organize and consume the best books, digital courses, and written resources, but more often than not, these things end up in piles all over the place. Today we’re sharing a few simple ways to solve that part of “Flat Surface Disease” and set you up for success.
A microburst is 10 minutes of dedicated, distraction-free energy focused on moving you closer to your goals. Come learn how it can help you. move momentum each day!
The secret to maintaining a STEP Command Central for the rest of your life is keeping up with your Weekly Review. (Here’s how to make them simple!)
Project planning is one of my favorite things to help you feel empowered. When you have the ability to influence something/someone/some situation for good, and you establish that effort as a “project,” you see that you CAN impact your own reality.