A “Weekly Review” is an incredible tool that keeps a Command Central up and running week after week. These four tips will not only make the process much more simple and doable–they’ll also leave you with a calm mind and a “lift” when you think about the coming week.
I want you to acknowledge all the good you do, and I want to emphasize the value of what might appear to be insignificant. While we don’t need “credit” to be happy, I hope that this podcast offers some perspective and encouragement today.
Ready for a quick exercise that will help you assess which types of projects and initiatives you want to pursue–and which ones you’d like to readjust? I’m sharing this simple process I went through recently that helped me think deeply about my life and provided a great filter through which to make decisions.
Could your home or office use a little tender loving care this time of year? I’m sharing a few ideas to help you clear the clutter and keep only what matters most!
After working with tens of thousands of students here at LearnDoBecome, we’ve noticed a common theme among those who START the process of getting organized, but then give up along the way. It’s this: They haven’t mentally prepared for the obstacles that will inevitably come into their lives. So today we’re talking about HOW to actually do that, and we welcome your comments and suggestions!
I used to keep a daily to-do list, and it “kind of” worked, but there are some HUGE advantages to having an optimized STEP Command Central in place. Join us today as we show you how it works!
A couple of weeks ago, I dove into the process of reprioritizing our goals and lists, and I wanted to expand on that as I’ve received a couple of questions from the community. In this week’s podcast, I’m sharing some of the principles behind managing bigger and smaller projects.
I recently had a beautiful, truly life-changing experience as I worked with a therapist to get to the root of why I was feeling so much anxiety. This isn’t easy to share, but my hope is that it can be helpful to you, if you are struggling, as well.
Sometimes we can unknowingly swim (or drown) in the details of projects and eventually get overwhelmed by all those smaller parts midway through the progress. So what if I told you that it’s absolutely acceptable to edit your list when you need to?
Join me as I talk about how you can divide, conquer, and reevaluate your priorities of the month!
I know you’re most likely here at LearnDoBecome because you want to make some changes in your life, and I also know that change typically feels uncomfortable. I want to share three takeaways about courage instead of fear that have been on my mind recently.