Do you have too much on your plate? If you are feeling overwhelmed by too many reminders popping up on your phone and things are slipping through the cracks, come listen in! Our amazing Steps to Everyday Productivity (STEP) community member, Avi Friedman, has some great tips for 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!
If you’ve ever felt like you are “starting over” in life, supporting family members who are going through hardships, and trying to find your purpose at the same time, Jüli gets it–and she can walk you through the process that helped her create a powerful transformation. Her husband, a firefighter, experienced a cardiac arrest–right after their home was demolished in a storm–and their lives pretty much got turned upside down in a very short period of time. Come listen to this amazing interview and learn how YOU can get things organized and clear–and finally live that life you’ve been dreaming about!
Whether you have students in your home or are going back to school yourself this fall, it is SUCH a great time to create a fresh start. I recorded this week’s podcast with our 17-year-old daughter, Grace, and you can scroll down for photos and links–plus you can learn about our STEP for Students Back-to-School offer, if
Here’s a quick story and some thoughts to consider as you are learning, doing, and becoming!
Keli is amazing. Retired from her career as a writer, she was dealing with so many piles. She wanted to get out and unstuck, and she did. But then her husband’s cancer became more serious, and she had to pause it all to become his full-time caregiver. I can’t wait for you to hear the lessons she shared with me and Eric, as she has continued to make things work and show up as a hero!
How do we intentionally make time and space in our ever-moving lives for grief? Here at LearnDoBecome, we talk about creating a system to help you organize your mind. While we often focus on how this system, a STEP Command Central, can help you move forward on your most meaningful projects, today we’re focusing on how you can use this system to help you make space to process emotions and deal with life’s challenges.
What do you say to yourself when you need to slow down a little bit? It’s not humanly possible to simultaneously push forward in EVERY area of your life. But it’s definitely not easy to put something on hold that is truly important to you. Today, we’re talking about how to keep the hope alive without overwhelming yourself.
Yes, we want clean homes. Yes, we want to get things done. But the “why” behind it all for us has to do with the FEELING in our homes and families. Come listen in for ideas on taking care of ourselves, clearing the clutter, and putting our family members as our top priority.
If you’ve been feeling stuck, today’s podcast will give you a lift. Lisa Schader started by building her STEP Command Central simply, but this simple system helped her restart her photography and personal finance businesses. She’s tackled a kitchen renovation and has learned how to take problems and turn them into projects. Want to be inspired? Come listen in to hear how you can make forward movement in the areas that are most meaningful to you!