Most people have cluttered desks and overflowing kitchen counters—but it’s not because they “like” clutter. It’s because there is one rule they’ve never learned. And today we’re sharing the secret!
If you feel like time is getting away from you this holiday season, you’ll love today’s video—another clip from our first STEP Booster Series class. Come watch our discussion on how to schedule in the “big rocks” while still keeping things flexible…and check out Eric’s rock-juggling skills. 🙂
If your list of holiday activities, projects, and tasks feels endless, here’s a simple idea to help you move forward on the things that matter most.
Does your mind start to race when you think about the holidays? In this video (from our STEP Booster Series!) we’re talking about how to close up all the extra projects, tasks, piles you’d been planning to organize, etc. so your mind can feel calm and present. Come watch–so you can feel instant relief!
If you’ve been trying to figure out a good way to manage routines, projects and tasks digitally, we LOVE Asana. Come watch our LearnDoBecome team member Jill walk you through getting it all set up!
I have a vision of a Command Central on every desk, because it brings mental clarity and helps you to get out of the piles. (That’s how I grew up.) In these videos, I walk through my STEP Command Central, and show you what the three parts are–so that you can see if this is something that could be helpful to you!
Do you ever sit down to look at your list and feel like it’s become yet another overwhelming to-do list? Today, we’re problem-solving this issue together. Come watch this video to learn three ways I (April) keep my Next Actions list SUPER simple and manageable!
Does the idea of building a STEP Command Central sound daunting? Come watch this video to learn how you can make yours today, using materials you can find around your house!
It’s absolutely possible to get the family on board when it comes to decluttering, but the process could sometimes be considered a work of art. Come see how community member Joy Baldoz did this beautifully!