This is where we write about our personal experiences Learning, Doing, and Becoming. Want to filter your search by topic? Simply visit these links: Life Architecture, Productivity, Health, Family, and Spirituality. (As you read, please share your ideas in the comments!)
Do you like the idea of going digital, but find yourself overwhelmed by the number of apps out there to choose from? We surveyed members of our Steps to Everyday Productivity program and found that these were the top apps. And regardless of which app you choose, come check out our tips to use your Context-Based Next Actions list without the overwhelm!
We’ve launched a totally free training to help you get your emails to zero–and keep them there–in 90 minutes or less. Come sign up and experience it for yourself!
Learning to process the piles of “stuff” on our desks may not sound incredibly exciting, but the step-by-step methods we use to clear our spaces have a HUGE impact on our lives. Here’s a video showing you how to do it!
Because SO many of our community members have been asking about joining in the 2018 Life Architecture Beta Group, we’ve put this special offer together for you. (Hope you can join us!!)
Do you ever feel like you are being held back from reaching your potential–and that life is always getting in the way? This exercise from Michael Hyatt’s “Best Year Ever” conference gave me some REALLY helpful food for thought. (Hope you try it!)
We’ve created a three-part journey that we want you to join here at LearnDoBecome! Come check it out–and learn how you can get started today!
At LearnDoBecome, we teach you how to get out of “piles” by creating an optimal Command Central. The FIRST question we often hear is, “Where do I put one?” This post is that answer.
How much stress and anxiety does your out-of-control email inbox make you feel? Here’s a quick and easy process that will show you exactly how to reach (and maintain!) inbox zero.
Ever wondered how to integrate a paper planner with your favorite digital tools? Here’s a quick peek into my favorite planning process that helps me manage tasks, projects, and routines without the stress.
Do you ever get so caught up “taking care of things” that you forget to take care of yourself? This Stabilizing Mechanism might just do the trick!