Time Management

How Long Does It Really Take?

By |May 19th, 2009|

Next time you’re procrastinating on a task like going through the mail, decluttering the kitchen counter, or unpacking from a trip, ask yourself “how long will it really take?” Usually, the things we put off take […]

Plan Your Day

By |March 24th, 2009|

Taking a few minutes to plan your day by creating a simple to-do list is an effective way to feel more in control and get more done. Schedule your planning session first thing in the morning […]

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Time Management + Productivity Tips

By |July 2nd, 2008|

Here’s a collection of some of our favorite time management and productivity tips, all designed to help you make the most of the minutes in your day! […]

How to Stay Focused

By |June 29th, 2008|

Have you ever noticed as soon as you get focused on a project, your brain goes into overdrive? First you’re coming up with all sorts of great ideas relevant to the project at hand, when suddenly, […]

How to Be Productive Working at Home

By |February 28th, 2008|

Working from home is one of life’s little luxuries brought to you courtesy of modern technology. Whether you work at home because you have a flexible (and kind) employer who let’s you save on commuting time […]

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Why We Procrastinate

By |December 14th, 2007|

I was going through some notes the other day and saw these words:  procrastination is fear. These words were spoken by the entrepreneur’s success coach, Melanie Strick, in a free tele-seminar on goal-setting that she hosted a […]

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Strive for Balance in Your Life…Over Time

By |December 14th, 2007|

A reader sent in this question about how to create balance in your life.

Question: What is your system for time management and getting everything done that you need to in all areas of life, kids, work, […]

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What are you saying “no” to?

By |September 14th, 2007|

For many (myself included) it’s hard to say “no.” We want to be accommodating, helpful, kind, friendly, warm and loving … and saying no feels nothing like those qualities we so revere. So, instead of saying […]

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Beware of the Buffet Syndrome of Life

By |August 14th, 2007|

You’re curious aren’t you? The buffet syndrome of life … sounds delicious or deadly, doesn’t it? The buffet syndrome is a phrase I coined based on my own experience living a life full of things I […]

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Avoiding Information Overload

By |June 29th, 2007|

How many emails are in your in-box? How many magazines are in your “to-read” (or sift through again) pile? How many blogs or information websites do you peruse on a daily basis–just for fun? Between magazines, […]

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