Managing the details is key to building something-whether that be a family or a business. Today’s interview is with Theresa Loe of the Streamlined and Scaled Podcast. Systems are so vital to organizing projects as leaders. Come listen in to learn how systems can empower you to both prioritize the “now” and move you forward towards your “someday” dreams!
While on a team-building/humanitarian trip our LearnDoBecome team asked ourselves what was helping our STEPpers find success. Two principles really stood out: immersion and support. It’s amazing to watch what’s happening with our community members as they apply these steps!
Today we’re getting back to the basics in this discussion shared with Robin Long and her pilates community. In our Steps to Everyday Productivity program, calendars and lists are key to reducing stress and organizing our lives. Come listen in to revisit your lists and calendar–and apply some simple principles that make all the difference!
Today’s podcast is intended to help you lock in five habits that can truly become game-changers. Don’t let the simplicity fool you. With consistency, they really work.
Here at LearnDoBecome, we recommend that you limit your Current Projects List to 7-8 projects, so your brain can rest and focus. Does this seem hard? Today we’re doing a deep dive into HOW to keep your Current Projects List short and totally manageable!
This is the last lesson of our Step-by-Step Home Organizing Party! If you are looking for a system to handle all the “stuff” in your life, a STEP Command Central is key. Come listen in to learn the 8 questions you can ask to process all those papers, ideas, and information–so that nothing falls through the cracks, and you can go to bed at the end of each day feeling content!
If you’ve been following along in our Step-by-Step Home Organizing Party, you’ll love today’s lesson (#8). Jill Adams from our LearnDoBecome team and I (April) are sharing the top 10 ways we involve our family in organizing–so that we can build lasting, meaningful relationships while bringing order to our lives.
Do you ever find yourself holding onto things, people, activities or problems in your life that weigh you down? In today’s lesson from our Step-by-Step Home Organizing Party, we’re talking with Greg McKeown, author of Essentialism, about how you can identify the things in your life that are essential–and let go of the things that are not.
Today we’re talking about the Next Action–the next specific, visible activity that will lead your project towards completion (David Allen, Getting Things Done.) The beauty of a Next Action is that it can help you extract tasks and move forward in all sorts of places–email, a pile of papers, a cluttered drawer or closet, or even something that’s weighing on your mind. How? We’ll teach you! Come join us in Lesson 6 of our Step-by-Step Home Organizing Party to learn more!
As part 5 of our 9-lesson Step-by-Step Home Organizing Party, we’re talking about the 3-Box Method of organizing. If you’ve been with us for awhile, you know we talk about this often. The goal is to streamline first, so that organizing and putting things away becomes simple. Come listen in–and then choose one small area in your home where you would like to practice using the 3-Box Method!